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at interest

Definition of at interest in English:

(Of money borrowed) on the condition that interest is payable: the lending of money at interest
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  • They were replaced by Italian merchants who had papal dispensations to lend money at interest.
  • They were seen as a necessary evil for the city economy to function: they could lend money at interest while the Christians couldn't.
  • The cartel wants economic growth, lots of borrowers, and lots of opportunities to lend newly created funny money at interest.
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