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Extending Credit ( allow a customer to pay at a future time for goods given now; lend someone money to be paid back later ... )

"Extending Credit"

Extending credit is allowing them to have it now but not pay for it until later.

Example: "I want that couch, but I really cannot afford it." Reply: "We will extend you credit."

Example: "The bank was not willing to extend her any more credit."

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