Definition of Bank loan
1. Noun. A loan made by a bank; to be repaid with interest on or before a fixed date.
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Literary usage of Bank loan
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1. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1817)
"After some debate, this motion was agreed to ; when the House having resolved itself into a committee on the bank loan bill, the Chancellor of the Exchequer ..."
2. A History of the Greenbacks: With Special Reference to the Economic by Wesley Clair Mitchell (1903)
"... bank loan: Why Chase Applied to the Banks—Plan of the bank loan—Chase's Refusal to Draw on Banks and his Issue of Treasury Notes — Effect of the Loan on ..."
3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1817)
"... be brought under the consideration of time House wimen time bank loan bill was before ti committee of the whole House; and in consequence he moved, ..."
4. American Banking by Henry Parker Willis (1916)
"CHAPTER III THE bank loan • The making of a bank loan may be best understood by supposing the case of a borrower who presents himself at a bank. ..."
5. The Financial History of the United States, from 1861 to 1885: By Albert S by Albert Sidney Bolles (1894)
"THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILLION bank loan. HARDLY had Congress adjourned, when Secretar}' Chase started for New York to borrow money. ..."
6. The History of Sanford, Maine, 1661-1900 by Edwin Emery, William Morrell Emery (1901)
"Mousam River and Sanford Banks, 1854-1861—Sanford National Bank — Loan and Building Associations. FEELING that the business interests of the community ..."