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bridge loan also: (British English) bridging loan
Pronunciation: / ˈbrɪdʒɪŋ /

Translation of bridge loan in Spanish:

noun

  • préstamo (masculine) or crédito (masculine) puente
    Example sentences
    • I expressed little or no emotion when he got a bridge loan.
    • This was, at best, a bridge loan because the risks and rewards of ownership did not pass to the company.
    • They cannot borrow money from the bank for a bridge loan because the payment schedule isn't predictable enough.

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