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  • Info Borrow or borrowing can mean: to receive (something) from somebody temporarily, expecting to return it.
  • Since he got more money than he had borrowed initially, he makes money.
  • India cannot yet produce great women, she must borrow them from other nations.
  • He read science books borrowed from the public library and built his own radio set.
  • They then meet again when she goes to him to borrow books.
  • He then was able to borrow enough money to get the line operating again.
  • A friend that stood in need of money came to borrow of him.
  • Sometimes he and his wife had to borrow money from his students.
  • The necessary is the source of its own being without borrowed existence.
  • It also offers longer opening hours and a self-service facility for borrowing books.
  • The couple often had to borrow money from friends to make ends meet.
  • Many games borrow elements from more than one type of game.
  • Often, people don't have enough money when they face a need, so they borrow.
  • Much of the materials located within a public library are available for borrowing.
  • If another borrows from you, help in time of need will be extended or offered you. Cited from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, Gustavus Hindman Miller
  • George Borrow's three most important books had all a very interesting history. Cited from George Borrow and His Circle, by Clement King Shorter
  • The production borrows heavily from popular culture, including films, popular music and video games.
  • These books may not be available for borrowing, except under special circumstances.
  • The foundation decided to borrow the money to pay for these critical needs.
  • The last-named subsequently became a firm friend of Borrow's during many years. Cited from The Life of George Borrow, by Herbert Jenkins
  • As a result, many European languages have also borrowed many words from it.
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Meaning of borrow

  • verb Get temporarily
    May I borrow your lawn mower?