long-term loan

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long-term loan UK US noun [C] FINANCE
a loan that is to be paid back over a period of time between three and ten years, and sometimes for as long as twenty years: »

The program makes long-term loans available for purchasing land, buildings, machinery, and equipment.

Compare MEDIUM-TERM LOAN(Cf. ↑medium-term loan), SHORT-TERM LOAN(Cf. ↑short-term loan)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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