Borrow [verb]

Definition of Borrow:

take for temporary use

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Sentence/Example of Borrow:

At the reserve bank they may borrow as a standing right and not as a favor which may be cut off.

Germany invests money abroad, but she seems to borrow as much, and more, in the discount markets of London and Paris.

"I can't borrow money—I can't—I don't know how to do it," said Brammel peevishly.

The human species,” Charles Lamb says, “is composed of two distinct races, the men who borrow and the men who lend.

I may record here that each of my assistants has since, to borrow an Americanism, “made good.”

I borrow them, for the most part, from a writer who published them in a Scotch Review during my stay in Edinburgh.

I do not like to borrow money to purchase land; nor to lend money without being able to call for either principal or interest.

Just about now he was utterly stranded, and had to borrow money for even his next day's food.

God avnin' to ye; I came in to ask if I might borrow the loan o' a bit o' tay, not havin' a leaf of it left.

Of course we must do so for the future, though I hope to be able to borrow a Prussian helmet with luck before I come home again.