简明英汉词典

loan
[lEun]
n.
(借出的)贷款, 借出
v.
借, 借给

美国传统词典[双解]

loan
loan
AHD:[l?n]
D.J.[loun]
K.K.[lon]
n.(名词)

(1)

Something lent for temporary use.
借出物:借出以供临时使用的东西

(2)

A sum of money lent at interest.
贷款:附利息借出的一笔钱

(3)

An act of lending; a grant for temporary use:
借:借的行动;允许暂时使用:
asked for the loan of a garden hose.
借用一个花园浇水管

(4)

A temporary transfer to a duty or place away from a regular job:
借调:暂时离开常规工作转移到另一个职务或地方:
an efficiency expert on loan from the main office.
从总公司借调的一个效率专家
v.tr.(及物动词)
loanedloan.ingloans【用法疑难】
To lend.

语源

(1)

Middle English lan, lon
中古英语 lan, lon

(2)

from Old Norse l3n * see leik w-
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 l3n *参见 leik w-

继承用法

loaner
n.(名词)

用法

(1)

The verb loan is well established in American usage and cannot be considered incorrect. The frequent objections to the form by American grammarians may have originatedfrom a provincial deference to British critics, who long ago labeled the usage a typical Americanism. But loan is used only to describe physical transactions, as of money or goods. For figurative transactions, lend is the only possible form:
动词loan 在美国英语中的用法已根深蒂固, 不能认为是不确切的。美国语法专家们之所以对这一形式经常提出异议,是出于对英国批评家的狭隘尊崇,他们很久以来一直把这一用法列为典型美国腔。但loan 只用于描述物质交易, 如钱或商品。至于象征性的交易,只可能用lend :
Distance lends enchantment.
距离产生魅力。
The allusions lend the work a classical tone.
这个典故使作品带古典味。

(2)

Lendis also required in fixed expressions such as lend-lease and moneylender.
Lend也用于固定词组如 平等租借交换 和 放债者 中

现代英汉词典

loan
[lEJn]
n.

(1)

借出的东西
"The dictionary is a loan, not a gift."
"这本字典是借来的,不是赠送的。"

(2)

贷款;借出的钱
I asked the bank for a loan.
我向银行贷了款。
Does the loan carry any interest?
这笔贷款是否带利息?

(3)

借出;贷

词性变化

loan
vt.
借出;借给; 借贷
The bank loaned me some money.
银行借给了我一些钱。
He loaned me $100.
他借给我100美元。
He loaned his collection to the gallery.
他把他的收藏借给了美术馆。
The artist loaned her pictures to the museum.
这位艺术家把她的绘画长期出借给博物馆。

现代英汉综合大辞典

loan
[lEun]
n.
(=loaning)[苏]

(1)

小路

(2)

挤牛奶的场地

用法词典

loan
(源自古挪威语lan)

英文相关词典

loan
advance    give    lend    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

loan
借给;借款

美国传统词典

loan
loan
AHD:[l?n]
D.J.[loun]
K.K.[lon]
n.

(1)

Something lent for temporary use.

(2)

A sum of money lent at interest.

(3)

An act of lending; a grant for temporary use:
asked for the loan of a garden hose.

(4)

A temporary transfer to a duty or place away from a regular job:
an efficiency expert on loan from the main office.
v.tr.
loaned, loan.ing, loansUsage Problem
To lend.

语源

(1)

Middle English lan, lon

(2)

from Old Norse l3n * see leik w-

继承用法

loaner
n.

用法

(1)

The verb loan is well established in American usage and cannot be considered incorrect. The frequent objections to the form by American grammarians may have originatedfrom a provincial deference to British critics, who long ago labeled the usage a typical Americanism. But loan is used only to describe physical transactions, as of money or goods. For figurative transactions, lend is the only possible form:
Distance lends enchantment.
The allusions lend the work a classical tone.

(2)

Lendis also required in fixed expressions such as lend-lease and moneylender.

英汉船舶大词典

loan
n.贷,贷款;n.借与

英汉电信大词典

loan
n.借贷,外来语

英汉法学大词典

loan
v.贷款 ,放款,放款,借贷,债款 ;n.借款

英汉航海大词典

loan
n.借贷

英汉航空大词典

loan
n.借贷,贷款

英汉化学大词典

loan
vt.借出;n.借出物,外来语,贷款

英汉海运大词典

loan
出借,借款

基本词义

loan
贷款,出借,借款,借出,借与

基本词义

loan
贷款,借出,借与,出借,借款

英汉经贸大词典

loan
n.借贷

英汉计算机大词典

loan
vt.借出;n.借出物(外来语)

英汉建筑大词典

loan
n.贷款,借出物,公债

英汉水利大词典

loan
n.贷款,借,贷

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