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repayablere‧pay‧a‧ble /rɪˈpeɪəbəl/ adjective [not before noun]  BFLmoney that is repayable at a particular time has to be paid back by that timerepayable over a loan repayable over 10 years
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repayableIn that event, of course, the money will be repayable.Budgeting Loans are repayable and are not available to help towards mains fuel consumption and standing charges.Two days later, it followed with 500 million pounds of bonds repayable in 2005, pitched 47 basis points over gilts.As a result of breaches of certain borrowing provisions, most of the group's borrowings have become repayable on demand.The loans would be repayable over a period of 20 years at 3.5 percent interest.Six thousand five hundred, repayable over three years, plus of course interest.This entitles him to refuse to hand them over until he has been repaid the money repayable to him.
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