English words and Examples of Usage

use "collateral" in a sentence

In one, Holmes called people wounded in the attack collateral damage.

Then, the banks would get calls for new collateral and might come up short.

However, you also are going to create a large amount of collateral damage.

The strike may have resulted in collateral damage to a nearby medical facility.

The SIPP was passed by Parliament to allow for movable assets to be used as collateral.

Treasury's involvement, Wyden stre

ssed, would ensure taxpayers aren't collateral damage.

He recently secured a personal loan, using shares of Continental Resources as collateral.

They extend loans on an item of value, say, a ring or a guitar, brought in a

s collateral.

If most of those killed are civilians, you cannot call them collateral damage, she said.

However, Rivara contends that reasoning has opened the door for too much collateral damage.

People are then

told they need to insure the loan with a co-signer, collateral or by paying.

You keep your car, but sign over the title to the lender who uses the vehicle as collateral.

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