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on loan (from somebody/something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon loan (from somebody/something)on loan (from somebody/something)BORROWif something or someone is on loan, they have been borrowed The book I wanted was out on loan. paintings on loan from the Louvre Cantona initially went on loan to Leeds United. loan
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on loan (from somebody/something)The charge on loans to brokers on stock exchange collateral.The charge on loans to depository institutions by the Federal Reserve Banks.Daren Rowbotham has joined on loan from Birmingham and leads the attack.We have a lovely 14.3 Connemara cross thoroughbred mare on loan.Services include making sure payments are collected and insurance and taxes are paid on loans that are packaged and resold to investors.Ward has been searching for a winger for some time and last night he was hopeful of clinching a signing on loan.The Chelsea goalkeeper has found a new lease of life at Grimsby since joining them on loan.
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