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col·lat·er·al·ize

 (kə-lăt′ər-ə-līz′)
tr.v. col·lat·er·al·ized, col·lat·er·al·iz·ing, col·lat·er·al·iz·es
1. To secure (a loan) through use of collateral.
2. To pledge (property, for example) as collateral.

col·lat′er·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

collateralize

(kɒˈlætərəˌlaɪz; kə-) or

collateralise

vb
(Commerce) (tr) to treat (a security) as collateral
colˌlateraliˈzation, colˌlateraliˈsation n

col•lat•er•al•ize

(kəˈlæt ər əˌlaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to secure (a loan) with collateral.
[1940–45]
col•lat`er•al•i•za′tion, n.

collateralize


Past participle: collateralized
Gerund: collateralizing

Imperative
collateralize
collateralize
Present
I collateralize
you collateralize
he/she/it collateralizes
we collateralize
you collateralize
they collateralize
Preterite
I collateralized
you collateralized
he/she/it collateralized
we collateralized
you collateralized
they collateralized
Present Continuous
I am collateralizing
you are collateralizing
he/she/it is collateralizing
we are collateralizing
you are collateralizing
they are collateralizing
Present Perfect
I have collateralized
you have collateralized
he/she/it has collateralized
we have collateralized
you have collateralized
they have collateralized
Past Continuous
I was collateralizing
you were collateralizing
he/she/it was collateralizing
we were collateralizing
you were collateralizing
they were collateralizing
Past Perfect
I had collateralized
you had collateralized
he/she/it had collateralized
we had collateralized
you had collateralized
they had collateralized
Future
I will collateralize
you will collateralize
he/she/it will collateralize
we will collateralize
you will collateralize
they will collateralize
Future Perfect
I will have collateralized
you will have collateralized
he/she/it will have collateralized
we will have collateralized
you will have collateralized
they will have collateralized
Future Continuous
I will be collateralizing
you will be collateralizing
he/she/it will be collateralizing
we will be collateralizing
you will be collateralizing
they will be collateralizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been collateralizing
you have been collateralizing
he/she/it has been collateralizing
we have been collateralizing
you have been collateralizing
they have been collateralizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been collateralizing
you will have been collateralizing
he/she/it will have been collateralizing
we will have been collateralizing
you will have been collateralizing
they will have been collateralizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been collateralizing
you had been collateralizing
he/she/it had been collateralizing
we had been collateralizing
you had been collateralizing
they had been collateralizing
Conditional
I would collateralize
you would collateralize
he/she/it would collateralize
we would collateralize
you would collateralize
they would collateralize
Past Conditional
I would have collateralized
you would have collateralized
he/she/it would have collateralized
we would have collateralized
you would have collateralized
they would have collateralized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.collateralize - pledge as a collateral; "The loan was collateralized by government bonds"
pledge - give as a guarantee; "I pledge my honor"
Translations
besichern
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