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  • bor´row|a|ble — bor|row1 «BOR oh, BR », transitive verb. 1. to get (something) from another person with the understanding that it must be returned: »Can I borrow your book to read at home and then return in a few days? 2. to take and use as one s own; adopt:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor´row|er — bor|row1 «BOR oh, BR », transitive verb. 1. to get (something) from another person with the understanding that it must be returned: »Can I borrow your book to read at home and then return in a few days? 2. to take and use as one s own; adopt:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor|row — bor|row1 «BOR oh, BR », transitive verb. 1. to get (something) from another person with the understanding that it must be returned: »Can I borrow your book to read at home and then return in a few days? 2. to take and use as one s own; adopt:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor|row|ing — «BOR oh ihng, BR », noun. 1. the act of a person who borrows. 2. a thing borrowed …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor·row·ing — /ˈbɑrəwıŋ/ noun, pl ings 1 [count] : something that is borrowed; especially : a word or phrase from one language that is used in another language He s compiling a list of Japanese borrowings in English. 2 [noncount] : the act of borrowing… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor — bor·age; bor·ak; bor·al; bor·azole; Bor·a·zon; bor·bo·ryg·mic; bor·bo·ryg·mus; bor·dage; bor·dar; bor·del; bor·de·laise; bor·del·lo; bor·de·reau; bor·der·er; bor·der·less; bor·det gen·gou; bor·dure; bor·e·gat; bor·e·le; bor·ick·ite; bor·i·ty;… …   English syllables

  • row — bar·row·ist; bar·row; bor·row·er; bur·row·er; check·row·er; fence·row; fur·row·er; har·row·er; hurl·bar·row; mar·row·ish; mar·row·less; mar·row·sky; mor·row·an; mor·row·ing; nar·row·er; nar·row·ing·ness; nar·row·ly; nar·row·ness; ROW; row·able;… …   English syllables

  • borrow — bor•row [[t]ˈbɒr oʊ, ˈbɔr oʊ[/t]] v. t. 1) to take or obtain with the promise to return the same or an equivalent: to borrow a pencil[/ex] 2) to appropriate or introduce from another source or from a foreign source: to borrow a word from… …   From formal English to slang

  • borrow — bor|row W3S2 [ˈbɔrəu US ˈba:rou, ˈbo: ] v [I and T] [: Old English; Origin: borgian] 1.) to use something that belongs to someone else and that you must give back to them later →↑lend, loan ↑loan ▪ Can I borrow your pen for a minute? borrow sth… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • borrower — bor|row|er [ˈbɔrəuə US ˈba:rouər , ˈbo: ] n someone who has borrowed money and has not yet paid it all back ▪ Most borrowers pay 7% interest …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • borrowing — bor|row|ing [ˈbɔrəuıŋ US ˈba:rou , ˈbo: ] n 1.) [U and C] when a person, government, company etc borrows money, or the money that they borrow ▪ Public borrowing has to be increased. 2.) something such as a word, phrase, or idea that has been… …   Dictionary of contemporary English