Interest will be refunded in the event of early repayment of the loan.

monthly, weekly, etc.
capital, principal
debt, loan, mortgage (BrE)

The repayments can be made directly from your current account.

keep up (BrE), meet (esp. BrE)

They are struggling to keep up their loan repayments.


The bank has demanded repayment of the loan.

be due for (BrE)

The loans are due for repayment in July 2015.


Repayments can be spread over 25 years.

plan, schedule, terms

a ten-year repayment option

loan, mortgage (both BrE)
repayment on

repayments on the mortgage

repayment to

repayment to the fund

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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