Financial Vocabulary
  • Fees a charge for professional services

The university is fine, but the fees are very expensive.



  • Lease to grant the temporary possession to another

If you want, there's a house to lease in Malibu.



  • Borrow to take with the promise to return the same

Can I borrow 5 dollars ?



  • Lend to give on condition that it is returned

Can you lend me some money, please ?



  • Loan the act of lending

The project needs a bank loan.



  • Priceless having a value beyond all price

Da vinci's paintings are priceless.



  • Earn to gain

How much do you earn in your new job ?



  • Credit-Card

He never carries cash with him. He always pays by Credit-card.



  • Tip some money given to someone for performing a service

She's a horrible waitress. I'm not going to tip her.



  • Afford to bear

The car is good but it's a little expensive. I don't know if I can afford it.



  • Haggle to bargain

We haggled to get the deal with a reasonable price.



  • Rent to grant the possession of a property in return for the payment of rent

The neighborhood isn't great, that's why the rent is low.

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Financial Vocabulary : fees, lease, borrow, lend, loan, priceless, earn, credit-card, tip, afford, haggle, rent
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