forborne


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for·borne

 (fôr-bôrn′)
v.
Past participle of forbear1.
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forborne

(fɔːˈbɔːn)
vb
the past participle of forbear1
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There are certain emergencies of nations, in which expedients, that in the ordinary state of things ought to be forborne, become essential to the public weal.
The shares of NPLs and forborne loans were stable QoQ at 5.7% and 1.5%, respectively.
"For the first time, the EBA's data discloses forborne exposures, which identifies restructured loans where terms and conditions are eased to help borrowers who have difficulty meeting their financial commitments," says Alberto Postigo, a Vice President at Moody's.