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borrow
verb (borrowed , borrowing )
1 to take something temporarily, usually with permission and with the intention of returning it.
2 intr to get money in this way, from a bank, etc.
3 to take, adopt or copy (words or ideas, etc) from another language or person, etc images borrowed from traditional Russian folklore .
4 intr , golf to make allowance for slope or wind, especially by putting the ball uphill of the hole.
[Anglo-Saxon borgian , from borg a pledge or security]
borrower noun .
borrowing noun something borrowed, especially a word taken from one language into another.
borrow trouble US colloq to take a particular course of action that brings oneself extra problems that would otherwise have been avoided. Brit equivalent ask for trouble.
live on borrowed time see under live1.


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