Definition of loaner
: something (such as a car or a watch) that is lent especially as a replacement for something being repaired
Examples of loaner in a Sentence
The car he's driving is a loaner. His own car was damaged in an accident.
Recent Examples of loaner from the Web
Hurst Public Library is an official loaner site for the TPWD Tackle Loaner Program.
The loaner produced a homer and three hits in the first game Ozuna used it, and another homer in his first at-bat Wednesday.
For those without a boat, a limited number of free loaner one-person kayaks and 2-person canoes will be available through the NWIPA.
Technicians have free loaner lifejackets at High Rocks and Troutdale's Glenn Otto Community Park, which AMR technicians will also staff beginning Saturday.
Racks are stocked with loaner life jackets at Sunrise Boulevard, Ancil Hoffman Park, River Bend, Watt Avenue, Paradise Beach in River Park and Elkhorn.
The companies will reimburse out-of-pocket expenses, provide loaners to some vehicle owners and set up an outreach program to increase participation in recalls, according to court papers filed Thursday.
Along with loaner fishing equipment, the club provides expert instruction and troubleshooting.
Qatar’s premium class customers offer a number of sweet extras including loaner laptops and some high-end business class suites.
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Definition of loaner for English Language Learners
: something (such as a car) that is loaned to someone as a replacement for something that is being repaired
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