re|pay|ment [rıˈpeımənt] n
1.) [U]
when you pay back money that you have borrowed
repayment of
the repayment of debt
2.) [C usually plural]
an amount of money that you pay regularly until you do not owe any more
monthly mortgage repayments of £330
Do you worry about meeting (=paying) your loan repayments?

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