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173 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[l_ˈəʊ_n], [lˈə͡ʊn], [lˈə‍ʊn]
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Synonyms for Loan:

credit (noun) debt (noun) credit (verb) lend (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Loan:

  • lian,
  • glown,
  • lionne,
  • leaan,
  • llane,
  • claan,
  • looing,
  • kellan,
  • alonne,
  • look'n,
  • volun,
  • loong,
  • leagon,
  • loone,
  • youany,
  • laing,
  • lmany,
  • lland,
  • lanny,
  • lalwn,
  • learna,
  • lioak,
  • laong,
  • lohman,
  • loann,
  • lmao,
  • leain,
  • lcan,
  • liaing,
  • toan,
  • lifan,
  • loag,
  • lazane,
  • plian,
  • laern,
  • lkae,
  • lodon,
  • lowton,
  • legan,
  • locaion,
  • loas,
  • goany,
  • leapin,
  • plean,
  • lturn,
  • doan,
  • lasana,
  • loaw,
  • loay,
  • leanr,
  • loney,
  • lorrain,
  • lanwe,
  • yolana,
  • woan,
  • loing,
  • logn,
  • wlohe,
  • lcean,
  • litan,
  • lan,
  • ladan,
  • solan,
  • lerarn,
  • loanch,
  • leazon,
  • leana,
  • leearn,
  • foan,
  • lazona,
  • lonad,
  • lauen,
  • liaw,
  • loanly,
  • leurn,
  • losen,
  • lnown,
  • leane,
  • laon,
  • leoana,
  • lorian,
  • lotin,
  • lonin,
  • volano,
  • learnn,
  • bloon,
  • olan,
  • lgan,
  • lon,
  • latan,
  • lohan,
  • lewarn,
  • loual,
  • laurn,
  • alown,
  • aoun,
  • loal,
  • leaern,
  • belogn,
  • leran,
  • langh,
  • slown,
  • loat,
  • lofin,
  • loanj,
  • loofa,
  • looney,
  • learn1,
  • cloun,
  • ploan,
  • leena,
  • laogn,
  • longh,
  • lovin,
  • leaarn,
  • leanthy,
  • loar,
  • looad,
  • lloan,
  • lona,
  • youan,
  • luern,
  • lgoin,
  • loven,
  • joan,
  • loax,
  • loign,
  • launa,
  • leaurn,
  • locan,
  • leartn,
  • lyyn,
  • loungh,
  • alogn,
  • likan,
  • loak,
  • losin,
  • lookn,
  • loand,
  • learni,
  • lomian,
  • laand,
  • loino,
  • cloan,
  • follan,
  • loonie,
  • lucan,
  • lound,
  • lrearn,
  • eloan,
  • lisean,
  • lanth,
  • loton,
  • lookin,
  • lwan,
  • leeann,
  • logen,
  • lodoun,
  • launi,
  • llearn,
  • lovw,
  • loawn,
  • lsoon,
  • lokin,
  • loano,
  • lwhen,
  • pllan,
  • learrn,
  • leoni,
  • luan,
  • leakin,
  • dlown,
  • leaing,
  • lloing,
  • lanor,
  • loen,
  • lenai,
  • coean,
  • oan,
  • loa,
  • lrean,
  • lonaly,
  • leangh,
  • lorhanna,
  • loan,
  • dlearn,
  • vilon,
  • leanth,
  • loanley,
  • leatn,
  • lonon,
  • lurne,
  • alloun,
  • goan,
  • loine,
  • linai,
  • launh,
  • knlown,
  • lania,
  • lonney,
  • aloan,
  • loanl,
  • leion,
  • lonng,
  • likean,
  • lycan,
  • lenar,
  • loman,
  • soan,
  • polan,
  • lown,
  • hoan,
  • loink,
  • yolen,
  • blean,
  • tlearn,
  • leavn,
  • logni,
  • aloun,
  • locar,
  • liazon,
  • tolearn,
  • loadin,
  • lazana,
  • coan,
  • lran,
  • loab,
  • lkaw,
  • lisoaner,
  • loca5ion,
  • lagan,
  • lgoan,
  • loagan.

Rhymes for Loan:

  1. groan, roan, drone, scone, moan, hone, own, lone, prone, grown, crone, sewn, shone, phone, rhone, stone, clone, tone, throne, cone, bone, sown, zone, known, shown, thrown, blown, cohn, mon;
  2. homegrown, unknown, atone, capone, disown, dethrone, bemoan, alone, malone, cologne, trombone, cyclone, postpone, hipbone, intone, condone;
  3. calderon, unbeknown, bourguignon, overthrown, overblown, overgrown;

Quotes for Loan:

  1. It's easy to get a loan unless you need it. Norman Ralph Augustine.
  2. So we make this big loan most of it comes back to the United States, the country is left with the debt plus lots of interest, and they basically become our servants, our slaves. It's an empire. There's no two ways about it. It's a huge empire. It's been extremely successful. John Perkins.
  3. Today, if you look at financial systems around the globe, more than half the population of the world- out of six billion people, more than three billion- do not qualify to take out a loan from a bank. This is a shame. Muhammad Yunus.

Idioms of Loan:

  1. float a loan
  2. loan sth to sm;
  3. take out a loan

Adjectives for Loan:

  • permanent unofficial,
  • huge, interest-free,
  • illegal but effective,
  • highly illegal but effective,
  • subhumanly intelligent,
  • small five-year,
  • new standby,
  • useful interlibrary,
  • numerous interlibrary,
  • total educational,
  • significant commercial,
  • several mutual,
  • occa-sional,
  • huge private,
  • modern foreign,
  • special international,
  • old canal,
  • further large,
  • already huge,
  • rsonal,
  • highly illegal,
  • eight-year,
  • six-day,
  • last such,
  • long-overdue,
  • souped-up,
  • twelve-hour,
  • twenty-dollar,
  • thy dear,
  • two-year,
  • attired,
  • uniform,
  • overdue,
  • legion,
  • delinquent,
  • unproductive,
  • unpopular,
  • hal,
  • considerate,
  • shaky,
  • villainous,
  • invaluable,
  • ould,
  • impromptu,
  • educational,
  • lousy,
  • terrifying,
  • verbal,
  • junior,
  • great many,
  • crooked,
  • many other,
  • irregular,
  • filthy,
  • continuous,
  • primary,
  • effective,
  • intelligent,
  • stiff,
  • biggest,
  • humble,
  • slender,
  • minor,
  • quick,
  • male,
  • damned,
  • excellent,
  • perfect,
  • sudden,
  • terrible,
  • main,
  • dear,
  • new and heavy,
  • small short,
  • big chinese,
  • rather large,
  • stantial,
  • long-life,
  • decent, respectable,
  • new japanese,
  • interest-bearing,
  • recent great,
  • big-money,
  • cheap and easy,
  • new spanish,
  • french and dutch,
  • great democratic,
  • single solitary,
  • perfectly legal,
  • little temporary,
  • large private,
  • unasked,
  • french national,
  • unconditioned,
  • new and larger,
  • lowest possible,
  • little additional,
  • start-up,
  • unethical,
  • new british,
  • hot-air,
  • perfectly safe,
  • fifty-pound,
  • disadvantageous,
  • four-year,
  • twenty-year,
  • unacknowledged,
  • more liberal,
  • anticipatory,
  • great public,
  • transvaal,
  • equitable,
  • third-rate,
  • marital,
  • last great,
  • gaelic,
  • congressional,
  • cooperative,
  • bavarian,
  • ducal,
  • defunct,
  • unlawful,
  • eleventh,
  • transitory,
  • smashing,
  • lightweight,
  • tardy,
  • fraudulent,
  • nautical,
  • outright,
  • clandestine,
  • governmental,
  • tricky,
  • productive,
  • lifelong,
  • pernicious,
  • babylonian,
  • parental,
  • merciful,
  • covert,
  • maritime,
  • scandalous,
  • indirect,
  • informal,
  • heaviest,
  • speculative,
  • minimum,
  • wholesale,
  • parliamentary,
  • arbitrary,
  • chronic,
  • longest,
  • profitable,
  • scanty,
  • exterior,
  • conservative,
  • especial,
  • sixth,
  • myriad,
  • impatient,
  • soviet,
  • democratic,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • extravagant,
  • uncertain,
  • fake,
  • dingy,
  • australian,
  • sentimental,
  • financial,
  • barren,
  • pitiful,
  • notorious,
  • shabby,
  • welcome,
  • dramatic,
  • treacherous,
  • critical,
  • efficient,
  • unconscious,
  • second,
  • specific,
  • legal,
  • ideal,
  • unexpected,
  • independent,
  • respectable,
  • decent,
  • sufficient,
  • hideous,
  • solitary,
  • obvious,
  • easy,
  • professional,
  • irish,
  • false,
  • standard,
  • honest,
  • flat,
  • separate,
  • individual,
  • military,
  • sure,
  • lower,
  • principal,
  • distant,
  • chief,
  • actual,
  • narrow,
  • curious,
  • big,
  • open,
  • soft,
  • famous,
  • vain,
  • full,
  • large,
  • dark,
  • al,
  • twenty-year, interest-free,
  • larger anticipatory,
  • long-term national,
  • french external,
  • big and sorely-needed,
  • large and risky,
  • rather large and risky,
  • precious and momentary,
  • many interlibrary,
  • austrian or spanish,
  • personal and interlibrary,
  • former unpaid,
  • fresh, additional,
  • new haitian,
  • absurdly generous,
  • gigantic fourth,
  • tricky, extortionate,
  • exceptionally cheap,
  • germanic and gaelic,
  • sixth german,
  • seventh small,
  • sometimes obvious,
  • trifling temporary,
  • notorious british,
  • great anglo-french,
  • strictly secret,
  • possible dramatic,
  • great joint,
  • dark, uncanny,
  • immense french,
  • mcdougal,
  • national hungarian,
  • last dutch,
  • high-interest,
  • sorely-needed,
  • largest foreign,
  • grand annual,
  • safe old,
  • perhaps unconscious,
  • big international,
  • temporary, interest-free,
  • ill-fated italian,
  • corrupt and improvident,
  • so-called belgian,
  • vast international,
  • new austrian,
  • many unfamiliar,
  • bodacious,
  • nice, fat,
  • new european,
  • large foreign,
  • great popular,
  • extortionate,
  • little personal,
  • improvident,
  • amicable,
  • pontifical,
  • consular,
  • grudging,
  • monetary,
  • germanic,
  • civic,
  • prospective,
  • satisfactory,
  • protective,
  • metallic,
  • ready,
  • eternal,
  • straight,
  • nice,
  • odd,
  • slight,
  • clear,
  • pure,
  • fine,
  • poor,
  • one-year,
  • haitian,
  • unsolicited,
  • million-dollar,
  • sizeable,
  • philippine,
  • bulgarian,
  • pecuniary,
  • forthcoming,
  • dubious,
  • spontaneous,
  • incoming,
  • corporate,
  • unfamiliar,
  • suspicious,
  • gracious,
  • provincial,
  • momentary,
  • fifth,
  • successive,
  • senior,
  • initial,
  • smallest,
  • safe,
  • subsequent,
  • definite,
  • extensive,
  • unfortunate,
  • total,
  • latest,
  • official,
  • smaller,
  • handsome,
  • native,
  • different,
  • new,
  • small,
  • beautiful,
  • rusty interlibrary,
  • national french,
  • small, temporary,
  • new turkish,
  • leaden common,
  • staggering and unprecedented,
  • dark uncanny,
  • largest private,
  • fiduciary,
  • great foreign,
  • few great,
  • staggering,
  • unprecedented,
  • hungarian,
  • belgian,
  • prudent,
  • corrupt,
  • illegal,
  • maximum,
  • net,
  • intellectual,
  • modest,
  • formal,
  • current,
  • italian,
  • clean,
  • fat,
  • royal,
  • massive,
  • numerous,
  • stand-by,
  • mere temporary,
  • last big,
  • new french,
  • small-time,
  • long-time,
  • briefest,
  • more interesting,
  • unfair,
  • bogus,
  • unofficial,
  • speedy,
  • paltry,
  • colonial,
  • legitimate,
  • egyptian,
  • petty,
  • colored,
  • vague,
  • valuable,
  • cheap,
  • so-called,
  • similar,
  • regular,
  • usual,
  • beneficial industrial,
  • capital anleihekapital,
  • substantial public,
  • unconditional,
  • risky,
  • uncanny,
  • requisite,
  • interstellar,
  • continental,
  • patriotic,
  • reasonable,
  • fatal,
  • european,
  • average,
  • greatest,
  • interim,
  • charitable,
  • acceptable,
  • canal,
  • extraordinary,
  • previous,
  • mysterious,
  • enormous,
  • immense,
  • possible,
  • ordinary,
  • grand,
  • single,
  • smallest foreign,
  • stop-gap,
  • anleihekapital,
  • callable,
  • usurious,
  • big-time,
  • day-to-day,
  • seasonal,
  • unauthorized,
  • willing,
  • federal,
  • joint,
  • civil,
  • annual,
  • fourth,
  • bad,
  • entire,
  • funny,
  • japanese,
  • necessary,
  • important,
  • least,
  • various,
  • short-time,
  • opportune,
  • outstanding,
  • perpetual,
  • extra,
  • larger,
  • final,
  • particular,
  • local,
  • vast,
  • certain,
  • venezuelan,
  • advantageous,
  • sizable,
  • substantial,
  • chinese,
  • unpaid,
  • imperial,
  • higher,
  • german,
  • common,
  • five-year,
  • periodical,
  • papal,
  • austrian,
  • turkish,
  • short,
  • liberal,
  • external,
  • gigantic,
  • special,
  • present,
  • heavy,
  • generous low-interest,
  • anglo-french,
  • municipal,
  • interesting,
  • occasional,
  • late,
  • former,
  • gratuitous,
  • domestic,
  • precious,
  • free,
  • simple,
  • mexican,
  • commercial,
  • internal,
  • next,
  • overnight,
  • voluntary,
  • indefinite,
  • spanish,
  • direct,
  • british,
  • secret,
  • recent,
  • collateral,
  • mere,
  • low-interest,
  • compulsory,
  • brief,
  • small temporary,
  • standby,
  • unsecured,
  • mutual,
  • international,
  • huge,
  • dutch,
  • long,
  • interest-free,
  • immediate,
  • popular,
  • french,
  • whole,
  • general,
  • long-term,
  • private,
  • considerable,
  • national,
  • additional,
  • fresh,
  • generous,
  • short-term,
  • trifling,
  • original,
  • public,
  • interlibrary,
  • permanent,
  • personal,
  • further,
  • foreign,
  • temporary.
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