- /bæŋk 'bɒrəυɪŋ/ nounmoney borrowed from a bank● The new factory was financed by bank borrowing.
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bank borrowing — ➔ borrowing * * * bank borrowing UK US noun ► [U] the act of taking money from a bank and paying it back over a period of time: »The company will no longer be so dependent on bank borrowing to finance expansion. ► [C] the amount of money that is… … Financial and business terms
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