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moneylender
American English: /ˈməniˌlɛndər/
British English: /ˈmʌnɪlɛndə/

Translation of moneylender in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Here we have masses of lower income people transferring their meager wealth via outrageous interest rates to unscrupulous moneylenders.
    • It does not state on its website that it is a registered moneylender, or that its interest rate is 37.1 per cent APR.
    • Most of the people we were lending to had, at one time or another, been indebted to illegal moneylenders, who charge interest rates of 300 percent per annum.

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