mutuum


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mutuum

(ˈmuːtʊəm)
n
1. (Law) a contract for the loan of goods which will be used or consumed by the borrower, to be repaid with goods of an equivalent quantity and quality
2. (Historical Terms) a contract for the loan of goods which will be used or consumed by the borrower, to be repaid with goods of an equivalent quantity and quality
3. (Law) a loan of this kind
4. (Historical Terms) a loan of this kind
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