interest-bearing

interest-bearing
interest-bearing ˈinterest-ˌbearing adjective [only before a noun] FINANCE
paying interest:

• interest-bearing current accounts

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interest-bearing UK US adjective [before noun] (also interest-paying) FINANCE
used to describe a financial product that pays money in the form of interest: »

He put the money in an interest-bearing account.

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interest-bearing bonds


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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