high-interest


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high-interest

adj
(of a loan, mortgage, etc) to be repaid at a high rate of interest (of an account, share, etc) paying interest above the average
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Adj.1.high-interest - (used of loans) charging a relatively large percentage of the amount borrowed
low-interest - (used of loans) charging a relatively small percentage of the amount borrowed
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