collateral definition

  • adjective:
    • Situated or running hand and hand; parallel.
    • Coinciding in propensity or impact; concomitant or accompanying.
    • Serving to guide or corroborate: collateral proof.
    • Of a second nature; subordinate: collateral target harm from a bombing run.
    • Of, associated with, or fully guaranteed by a security pledged resistant to the performance of an obligation: a collateral loan.
    • Having an ancestor in keeping but descended from an alternative line.
    • parallel, over the exact same vein, hand and hand.
    • Corresponding; accompanying, concomitant.
    • being besides the primary subject; tangential, subordinate, ancillary.
    • of an indirect ancestral commitment, unlike lineal descendency.
    • concerning a collateral in the sense of an obligation or safety
    • costly into level to be paid through financing
    • originating from, becoming on, or directed toward, along side it.
    • functioning in an indirect means.
    • regarding, however strictly an integral part of, the main thing or matter under consideration; for this reason, subordinate; maybe not chief or principal.
    • Tending toward equivalent conclusion or outcome as something else; extra.
    • Descending from exact same stock or ancestor, however in identical line or part or one from the other; -- in opposition to lineal.
    • accompany, concomitant
    • situated or running side by side
    • descended from a standard ancestor but through different lines
    • serving to support or validate
    • Situated or operating side-by-side; parallel.
    • Coinciding in inclination or effect; concomitant or accompanying.
    • Serving to support or validate: collateral research.
    • Of another nature; subordinate: collateral target harm from a bombing run.
    • Of, relating to, or fully guaranteed by a security pledged resistant to the performance of an obligation: a collateral loan.
    • Having an ancestor in common but descended from an unusual range.
    • parallel, over the same vein, hand and hand.
    • Corresponding; accompanying, concomitant.
    • being besides the main topic; tangential, subordinate, ancillary.
    • of an indirect ancestral relationship, in place of lineal descendency.
    • regarding a collateral into the sense of an obligation or protection
    • expensive to the degree of being paid through that loan
    • Coming from, being on, or directed toward, the medial side.
    • Acting in an indirect way.
    • regarding, but not purely a part of, the most important thing or matter into consideration; thus, subordinate; maybe not chief or principal.
    • Tending toward exactly the same conclusion or outcome as something different; extra.
    • Descending through the exact same stock or ancestor, yet not in the same line or part or one from various other; -- in opposition to lineal.
    • accompany, concomitant
    • situated or working hand and hand
    • descended from a common ancestor but through different outlines
    • providing to support or corroborate
  • noun:
    • Property acceptable as protection for a financial loan or any other obligation.
    • A collateral relative.
    • A security or guarantee (usually a secured asset) pledged for payment of a loan if one cannot procure enough resources to repay. (initially supplied as "accompanying" protection.)
    • A collateral (not linear) member of the family.
    • A branch of a bodily part or system of body organs
    • A collateral relative.
    • Collateral protection; that which is pledged or deposited as collateral safety.
    • A kinsman or relative descended from a common ancestor, although not in direct line.
    • any such thing of worth, or representing value, as bonds, deeds, etc., pledged as protection besides a primary responsibility.
    • a security pledged the payment of that loan
    • Property acceptable as security for a loan or any other obligation.
    • A collateral relative.
    • A security or guarantee (usually a secured asset) pledged for the payment of a loan if a person cannot procure sufficient funds to repay. (Originally supplied as "accompanying" security.)
    • A collateral (not linear) member of the family.
    • A branch of a bodily part or system of body organs
    • A collateral relative.
    • Collateral safety; what is pledged or deposited as collateral protection.
    • A kinsman or relative descended from a standard ancestor, yet not in direct range.
    • Anything of value, or representing worth, as bonds, deeds, etc., pledged as protection along with a direct responsibility.
    • a security pledged for the repayment of financing
  • others:
    • Situated at the part: belonging to the side or even to what's within part; therefore, occupying a second or subordinate position.
    • functioning indirectly; acting through side stations.
    • Accompanying; attendant, especially as an auxiliary; aiding, strengthening, confirming, etc., in a secondary or subordinate method: as, collateral help; collateral protection (see below); collateral research.
    • Descending from same stock or ancestor (commonly male) as another, but in yet another range: distinguished from lineal.
    • In botany, standing side-by-side: as, collateral ovules.
    • In geometry, having a standard side, as two adjoining faces of a polyhedron.
    • Situated at the side: from the side or even to understanding during the side; ergo, occupying a second or subordinate position.
    • functioning ultimately; acting through side channels.
    • Accompanying; attendant, particularly as an auxiliary; aiding, strengthening, confirming, etc., in a second or subordinate means: as, collateral aid; collateral safety (see below); collateral research.
    • Descending from the exact same stock or ancestor (commonly male) as another, however in an unusual range: distinguished from lineal.
    • In botany, standing side-by-side: as, security ovules.
    • In geometry, having a common edge, as two adjoining faces of a polyhedron.

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