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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?
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