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re·fin·ance

 (rē′fə-năns′, rē-fī′năns′)
v. re·fi·nanced, re·fi·nanc·ing, re·fi·nanc·es
v.tr.
To renegotiate or replace the financing of (a debt or asset), usually to obtain a lower interest rate.
v.intr.
To finance a debt or asset under new terms.

re·fi′nance′ n.
re′fi·nan′cer n.
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refinance

(ˌriːfaɪˈnæns)
vb
(Banking & Finance) to pay (a debt) by borrowing additional money, thus creating a second debt in order to pay the first
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re•fi•nance

(ˌri fɪˈnæns, riˈfaɪ næns)

v. -nanced, -nanc•ing. v.t.
1. to finance again.
2. to satisfy (a debt) by making another loan on new terms.
v.i.
3. to arrange new financing for something.
[1905–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.refinance - renew the financing of
finance - obtain or provide money for; "Can we finance the addition to our home?"
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refinance

verb take on a loan, borrow, remortgage It can be costly to refinance.
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Translations

refinance

[rːˈfaɪnæns] VTrefinanciar
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refinance

[ˌriːfaɪˈnæns]
vtrefinancer
vise refinancer
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