Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

hipoteka in English:

1. mortgage mortgage


mortgage bond,
A mortgage rate of six percent is becoming the current industry average.
There are mothers and fathers who will lie awake after the children fall asleep and wonder how they'll make the mortgage, or pay their doctor's bills, or save enough for their child's college education.
More and more people are falling behind in their mortgage payments.
Maintenance of land and mortgage registers is provided by separate provisions.
A mortgage is the biggest loan that most people will have in their lifetime.
With a mortgage the owner still the owner provided that he settles his debt.
If we want to buy a house, we need a mortgage.
If you mortgage your house or land, you use it as a guarantee to a company in order to borrow money from them
My wife and I found it very easy to get a mortgage as we are good savers and good payers
On my present salary I can’t get a mortgage.
I suffered from my mortgage loan.
My mortgage is over 100 thousand dollars.
John went bankrupt when he couldn't pay his gambling debts and mortgage anymore.
The only way to buy a house is to take out a mortgage, but it will take you years to pay back. He had to take an extra job to afford the mortgage.

English word "hipoteka"(mortgage) occurs in sets:

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