• No products in the basket.

Select any word or text to play it’s AUDIO.

Word of the day: Borrow


To take or obtain with the promise to return the same or an equivalent:

Our neighbour borrowed  my vacuum cleaner.

To use, or introduce from another source or from a foreign source:

To borrow a quote from an article.

Arithmetic. (in subtraction) to take from one denomination and add to the next lower.


Acquire, take, get; copy, pirate, plagiarize.


I borrowed this book from the library.

Our neighbour’ s borrowed our car for the weekend.

She borrowed  a few quotes from the internet for her speech.

Can I borrow your pen?


Practice Speaking

Important: Please login or register before you start using speaking practice for this word of the day.

You can also learn to speak English fluently.

Now, learn and practice speaking English sentences on your computer/Tablet.
Subscribe to – Word of the day learning now.

It’s FREE!


Any questions? Chat Now  |   Call +1 213 291 0467 (USA)  |   or send us a Call-Back request


Click to Select Course

SpeakToday course;

Select Course

Real-time online classes, speaking practice, group discussions and much more...


Upcoming Batches

online spoken English courses

Select Accent

Learn US AccentLearn UK Accent

US or UK Accent?

Your preferred English accent support. Select any text anywhere to listen.

© Copyright SpeakToday.com