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borrower

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishborrowerbor‧row‧er /ˈbɒrəʊə $ ˈbɑːroʊər, ˈbɔː-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BORROWsomeone who has borrowed money and has not yet paid it all backlender 🔊 Most borrowers pay 7% interest.
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borrowerIn both instances lenders and borrowers activity will tend to ensure that their expectations become fulfilled.The bank is asking borrowers to repay their loans.At the same time the Abbey raised its rate for borrowers of more than £60,000 from 12.95 to 13.9 percent.And since the debt was secured by deeds to their homes, borrowers often lost their houses when they could not repay.In order to lock into today's low rates potential borrowers will have to agree to marginally higher rates than are really current.Various fees are paid by the borrower.The city is not liable for payment on the bonds even if the borrower defaults, Gittings said.Most of those borrowers defaulted and many abandoned the properties.
From Longman Business Dictionaryborrowerbor‧row‧er /ˈbɒrəʊəˈbɑːroʊər, ˈbɔː-/ noun [countable] someone who has borrowed money, especially from a bank or BUILDING SOCIETYBorrowers pay 14% interest, due to rise to 15.5% on 1 November.
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