bridging loan

noun

Definition of bridging loan

British

  1. :  money that a bank lends for a short period of time until money is received from another source (such as from selling a house)

Word by Word Definitions

bridgeplay bridging
  1. :  a structure carrying a pathway or roadway over a depression or obstacle (as a river)

    :  a time, place, or means of connection or transition

    :  something resembling a bridge in form or function: such as

  1. :  to make a bridge (see 1bridge) over or across

    :  to join by a bridge

    :  to provide with a bridge

  1. :  any of various card games for usually four players in two partnerships that bid for the right to declare a trump suit, seek to win tricks (see 1trick 4) equal to the final bid, and play with the hand of declarer 's partner exposed and played by declarer

    :  contract bridge

loanplay
  1. :  money lent at interest

    :  something lent usually for the borrower's temporary use

    :  the grant of temporary use

  1. :  lend


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