Definition of Loanable

1. a. Such as can be lent; available for lending; as, loanable funds; -- used mostly in financial business and writings.



Definition of Loanable

1. Adjective. That may be loaned ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Loanable

1. loan [adj] - See also: loan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loanable

loan
loan-blend
loan application
loan approval
loan collection
loan office
loan participation
loan shark
loan sharked
loan sharking
loan sharks
loan translation
loan translations
loan word
loanability
loanable (current term)
loanback
loanbacks
loanblend
loaned
loanee
loanees
loaner
loaners
loanin
loaning
loanings
loanins
loanland
loanlands

Literary usage of Loanable

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1. Principles of Political Economy by Joseph Shield Nicholson (1897)
"Causes affecting the Rate of Interest on loanable Capital. \Ve may now investigate the causes that govern the rate of interest on loanable capital (in the ..."

2. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William B. Dana (1852)
"Banks do not increase the amount of loanable capital in a country." I propose to refute the allegation, thus quoted, that nothing is gained through the ..."

3. Elements of Political Economy by Joseph Shield Nicholson (1903)
"It is found also that interest in the first case, namely, on loanable capital (as ... Interest on loanable Capital. — The interest on loanable capital, ..."

4. The Economy of Capital: Or Gold and Trade by Robert Hogarth Patterson (1865)
"In one sense every kind of property is loanable. ... But by "loanable capital" is meant the spare wealth of our people which is deposited in the banks. ..."

5. Foreign Exchange by Albert Conser Whitaker (1919)
"A joint-account transfer of loanable funds.—In the case of most operations in exchange involving activity on the part of a given bank and its foreign ..."

6. Bank Rate and the Money Market in England, France, Germany, Holland, and by Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave (1903)
"215 Disadvantages to business in this country of sudden and great Fluctuations in Rate of Discount . . . a16 Supply of loanable Capital at moderate rates ..."

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