repayable


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re·pay

 (rĭ-pā′)
v. re·paid (-pād′), re·pay·ing, re·pays
v.tr.
1. To pay back: repaid a debt.
2. To give back, either in return or in compensation: repay kindness with kindness.
3. To make a return or compensation for: a company that repays hard work with bonuses.
4. To make or do in return: repay a call.
v.intr.
To make repayment or requital.

re·pay′a·ble adj.
re·pay′ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.repayable - subject to repayment; "business loans are usually repayable in regular installments"
due - owed and payable immediately or on demand; "payment is due"
Translations

repayable

[riːˈpeɪəbl] ADJreembolsable
repayable on demandreembolsable a petición
repayable in ten instalmentsa pagar en diez cuotas
£5 deposit not repayabledesembolso inicial de 5 libras no reembolsable
the money is repayable on the 5th of Juneel dinero ha de ser devuelto el 5 de junio

repayable

[rɪˈpeɪəbəl] adj (mainly British) [loan] → remboursable
repayable over 10 years → remboursable sur 10 ans
The loan is repayable over twenty years → Le prêt est remboursable sur vingt ans.

repayable

adjrückzahlbar

repayable

[riːˈpeɪəbl] adjrimborsabile
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The money will be distributed to Welsh businesses through two Finance Wales funds and the Welsh Government's new PS5m Repayable Fund for SMEs, which offers repayable finance of between PS50,000 and PS500,000 to help SMEs grow and create jobs.
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Other considerations include an initial cash payment of approximately A$2,442,000; A$3 million under a promissory note repayable within 24 months of completion of the acquisition; and A$4 million under a promissory note issued and repayable within 48 months of completion of the acquisition.
The loan is repayable over 15 years, including 4-year grace period.
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