Adjective "lender" definition and examples

(Lender may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈlɛndə/

Definitions and examples

noun

An organization or person that lends money.
  1. 'The interest rate that the borrower is charged for the loan is the rate the last lender to supply money has agreed to lend at.'
  2. 'But before you do that, take a look at what these mortgage lenders are offering now.'
  3. 'Others admit they are afraid to take on private landlords or commercial mortgage lenders.'
  4. 'The client could run out of money and the lender could be left with a partially completed house.'
  5. 'Banks and other lenders push payment insurance because it boosts their profits.'
  6. 'A downturn in a lender's home market does not result in a drop in lending elsewhere.'
  7. 'You can either go direct to a lender or try a mortgage broker who will scour the market for you.'
  8. 'Many of the High Street lenders offer guarantor mortgages on a right to buy.'
  9. 'This marks me out as the sort of customer that won't make lenders much money.'
  10. 'Short term fixed rate mortgages were often sold at or just above the lender's own borrowing cost.'

More definitions

1. to grant the use of (something) on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned.

2. to give (money) on condition that it is returned and that interest is paid for its temporary use.

3. to give or contribute obligingly or helpfully: to lend one's aid to a cause.

4. to adapt (oneself or itself) to something: The building should lend itself to inexpensive remodeling.

5. to furnish or impart: Distance lends enchantment to the view. verb

More examples(as adjective)

"offerings can be lender."

"approvals can be lender."

Origin

(lend)