♦ mortgage

♦ mortgage
♦ mortgage /ˈmɔ:gɪdʒ/
A n.
(leg., anche fig.) ipoteca; (per estens.) mutuo (ipotecario): to pay off a mortgage, levare (o estinguere) un'ipoteca; to take out a mortgage, accendere un'ipoteca
B a. attr.
(leg.) ipotecario: mortgage bond, obbligazione ipotecaria; mortgage creditor, creditore ipotecario
● (fin.) mortgage-backed security, titolo con garanzia ipotecaria □ mortgage loan, prestito (o mutuo) ipotecario □ mortgage lending, concessione di mutui ipotecari □ (fin.) mortgage market, mercato delle ipoteche □ mortgage rate, tasso di interesse ipotecario □ mortgage register, registro delle ipoteche □ mortgage registry, conservatoria delle ipoteche □ registrar of mortgages, conservatore delle ipoteche.
(to) mortgage /ˈmɔ:gɪdʒ/
v. t.
1 (leg.) ipotecare (anche fig.); gravare (qc.) d'ipoteca: to mortgage one's house, ipotecare la propria casa
2 (fig., spec. al passivo) dedicare; impegnare.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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