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borrow

verb accept the loan of, apply for a loan, ask for credit, get on credit, get temporary use of, mutuari, obbain a mortgage, obtain the use of, take an advance, take on credit, take on loan
Associated concepts: borrowed capital, borrowed employees, borrowed servant, borrowing statute
Foreign phrases: In satisfactionibus non permittitur amplius fieri quam semel factum est.In settlements more must not be received than was received once for all.
See also: adopt, appropriate, copy
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Borrows stepped down as CFO after approximately 20 months in that position.
For persons and enterprises engaged in very small businesses who do not have access to working capital, it may still make sense to borrow through the informal sector after calculating how much they can make even after the servicing of what they borrow.
The policy had reached a point at which it was "overloaned," which means the woman could no longer borrow against the policy to pay the premiums and loan interest.
That is, I, = 1 if the bank borrows from the central bank in period t and [I.
Other states (Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin) do not apply any residency requirement to determine whether to borrow another state's statute of limitation.
The greater reluctance to borrow weakened the historical relationship between discount window borrowing and the spread of the federal funds rate over the discount rate.
Debt is not always a bad thing, of course; it's what it's used for that determines whether it's been smart or stupid to borrow.
X's daughter, D, borrows money from X to acquire a 10% ownership interest in Y Under Regs.
This result indicates that the Goodfriend function is valid only if the bank used the Discount Window in the previous period, borrows from the Fed at the current time, and plans to borrow in the following period.