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    simple english problem

    when we say "cumulative loan approval and disbursement"

    does it mean

    cumulative loan approval and cumulative disbursement ? I am worried whether in english things are made shortcut like that way ...is it correct ?

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    Re: simple english problem

    I would assume it means the cumulative disbursed amount as well, but if you give a little more context, we can give a better answer.

    The cumulative approved and disbursed amounts is clear.

    (Is this about student loans, by any chance?)

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