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**1.** * Interest*: [noun] right, title, or legal share in something

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**2.** * Interest* synonyms,

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**3.** A state of curiosity or concern about or attention to something: an * Interest* in sports

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**4.** * Interest* is the charge for the privilege of borrowing money, typically expressed as annual percentage rate

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**5.** * Interest* can also refer to the amount of ownership a stockholder has in a company

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**6.** Synonyms for * Interest*: claim, share, stake, good, weal, welfare, well-being, business; Antonyms for

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**7.** * Interest* definition, the feeling of a person whose attention, concern, or curiosity is particularly engaged by something: She has a great

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**8.** * Interest* is the money you either owe when borrowing or are paid when lending money

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**9.** When you owe * Interest*, it's calculated as a percentage of the loan (or deposit) you've taken

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**10.** You earn * Interest* when you lend money or deposit funds into an

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**11.** Earning * Interest* on top of the

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**12.** Find 132 ways to say * Interest*, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**13.** Point of * Interest* Refinancing your student loans is often the best way to lower your

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**14.** An * Interest* assessment asks you questions about your hobbies and what you like to do

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**15.** It matches your * Interest*s to job options and gives you a list of careers that you might like

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**16.** Taking an * Interest* assessment can help you understand which careers might best fit you

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**17.** An * Interest* assessment will give you a broad list of career options that match

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**18.** * Interest* is the compensation paid by the borrower to the lender for the use of money as a percent or an amount

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**19.** The concept of * Interest* is the backbone behind most financial instruments in the world

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**20.** There are two distinct methods of accumulating * Interest*, categorized into simple

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**21.** * Interest* is calculated as a percentage of the money borrowed

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**22.** There are two kinds of * Interest*, simple

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**23.** In simple * Interest*, the

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**24.** For example, if one borrows $1,000 at 3% * Interest*, the

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**25.** >>> Download our 2021 Free Job-Search eBook Guide <<< 40 Best Hobbies and * Interest*s to Put on Your Resume [Complete List] Adding your hobbies and

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**26.** Synonyms for * Interest* include curiosity, concentration, concern, attention, attentiveness, awareness, care, focus, scrutiny and consideration

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**27.** It is a word of less efficacy and extent than estates, though, in legal understanding, an * Interest* extends to estates, rights and titles which a man has in or out of lands, so that by a grant of his whole

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**28.** * Interest* definition, the feeling of a person whose attention, concern, or curiosity is particularly engaged by something: She has a great

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**29.** * Interest* (n.) mid-15c., "legal claim or right; a concern; a benefit, advantage, a being concerned or affected (advantageously)," from Old French

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**30.** * Interest*-only mortgages promise low initial payments because borrowers repay none of their debt for the first several years

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**31.** Most * Interest*-only loans also come with adjustable

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**32.** Compound * Interest* is the

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**33.** This can be illustrated by using basic math: if you have $100 and it earns 5% * Interest* each year, you'll have $105 at the end of the first year

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**34.** For example, if your * Interest* is history, going to museums would be your hobby

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**35.** Haley's just never been * Interest*ed in the Harry Potter books, so she's never read them

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**36.** No thanks, I'm not * Interest*ed in anything to drink right now

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**37.** A: "Is Drew really * Interest*ed in me?" B: "Yes! I think

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**38.** * Interest* is the value that we add to a loan or a deposit to pay for the benefit of using someone else’s money over time

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**39.** From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Loans, Companies, Business * Interest* in‧terest 1 / ˈɪntrɪst / S2 W1 noun 1 [singular, uncountable]

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**40.** I’d recommend this book to anyone who has an * Interest* in jazz.

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**42.** Mortgage * Interest* rates Reverse mortgages Term deposit

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**43.** An * Interest* rate is the percentage of principal charged by the lender for the use of its money

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**44.** The Federal Reserve manages * Interest* rates to achieve ideal economic growth.

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**45.** Range of * Interest* rates (above and below the rate set above) that you desire to see results for.

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**46.** Arousing (someone's) * Interest* or curiosity; exciting or engaging (to someone)

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**47.** I thought there might be something of * Interest* in this book, but it's all just a bunch of technical jargon

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**48.** The film I saw last night might be of * Interest* to you.

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**49.** Compound * Interest* calculator finds compound

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**50.** Use compound * Interest* formula A=P(1 + r/n)^nt to find

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**51.** Simple * Interest* Formulas and Calculations: Use this simple

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**52.** Compound * Interest* is the addition of

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**53.** It is the result of reinvesting * Interest*, rather than paying it out, so that

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**54.** With * Interest* rates as low as they are, we're having a hard time trying to make any money on our savings at present.: I've subsequently put this money into tax-free savings accounts and earned some

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**55.** Rate Tart: Credit card users who transfer balances from one card to another in order to obtain the lowest possible * Interest* rate

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**58.** We compare all the different * Interest* rates that all the different platforms offer so that you can make the best decision for your money.

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**59.** An * Interest*-only mortgage is a loan with monthly payments only on the

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**60.** Cooke had hired at Far Harbor was a God-fearing man with a luke warm * Interest* in his new billet and employer, and had only been prevailed upon to take charge of the yacht after the offer of an emolument equal to half a year's sea

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**61.** * Interest* Rates Margin

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**62.** What does * Interest* mean?

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**63.** The * Interest* cost to them on 6 months of money is negligible

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**64.** What matters to them is the percentage of people who default versus the percentage of people who eventually pay it back with **Interest**

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**65.** If the number of people defaulting exceed the amount of * Interest* they are receiving then that is when they are in trouble.

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**INTEREST** [ˈint(ə)rəst]

NOUN

**interest** (noun) · **interests** (plural noun)

VERB

**interest** (verb) · **interests** (third person present) · **interested** (past tense) · **interested** (past participle) · **interesting** (present participle)