This is from your OP, supposedly referring to loaner
A thing that is borrowed, especially a sum of money that is expected to be paid back with interest:
Following the link you give in the OP and #3, do you not see that this is a definition for loan
? - loan
1See definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
1A thing that is borrowed, especially a sum of money that is expected to be paid back with interest:
: in any case, this does not sound like a definition of Leihgerät.
As for loaner
, that same entry gives no definition, but three example sentences: loaner3
There is an inescapable irony that what began for him - and indeed the donors or loaners - as an aspirational dream of ermine has ended in the social indignity that only the threat of the policeman's knock can bring.
I'm genuinely touched by this, and as a fellow scooter rider, might try to make the ride - but I'll need a 150 cc loaner.
In the 1980s, the Conservative Party also received loans that magically resulted in the loaner getting a peerage, and it still does the same thing today.
In sentences 1 and 3, loaner means someone who lends/loans
(see Leo, loaner -- Kreditgeber, Darlehensgeber).
In sentence 2 it has the meaning you want - very much to my surprise, as I've never heard or seen this.
To supply no definitions and give mixed examples in this way is very sloppy and unhelpful on the part of the dictionary. But that one sentence is certainly a piece of evidence in favour of your proposal.