English words and Examples of Usage

use "borrow" in a sentence

That allows him to lock in the ability to borrow against their home.

Why did he call him to borrow money, something that would create a debt?"

Lagomarsino has been charged with illegally letting Nisman borrow the weapon.

I'm the only Joe Fransky, would only borrow a pic I like, giving full credit.

Junk status will make it harder and more expensive for Brazil to borrow money.

That makes it hard for people who don’t borrow money to establish a credit history.

So should those who can afford the price actually pay (or borrow) this much?

One way it could to this would be to have EIB borrow money directly from ECB.

Despite what the NDP and Liberals says, we cannot borrow or tax our way to prosperity.

With decaying buildings and a strapped budget, the school board decided not to borrow.

The Liberal Democrats would cut less than the Conservative and borrow less than Labour.

Add up all those fees and the average customer pays $1,200 to borrow a thousand dollars.

Europe, to borrow the vernacular of military leaders, is surrounded by a "ring of fire."

Every few days someone in the group lets him borrow a cellphone so that he can call home.

We are now waiting (for) permission to borrow the printer (from the military), Dini says.

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