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borrow

US [ˈbɔroʊ]
UK [ˈbɒrəʊ]
  • v.借;借用;借入(款项);(向…)借贷
  • n.借;担保物;【英史】什一税;博罗
  • Web借人;向某人借某物;借来
Simple Present:borrows  Present Participle:borrowing  Past Tense:borrowed  
borrow
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v.
1.
[t]
借;借用to take and use sth that belongs to sb else, and return it to them at a later time
Can I borrow your umbrella?
借你的伞用一下行吗?
Members can borrow up to ten books from the library at any one time.
会员在图书馆每次最多可借十本书。
I borrowed the DVD off my brother.
我从我哥哥那里借了这张 DVD。
2.
[t][i]
借入(款项);(向…)借贷to take money from a person or bank and agree to pay it back to them at a later time
She borrowed £2 000 from her parents.
她向她的父母借了 2 000 英镑。
I don't like to borrow from friends.
我不喜欢向朋友借钱。
I had to borrow the money off a friend.
我不得不向一个朋友开口借这笔钱。
3.
[i][t]
引用,借用(思想、言语等)to take words, ideas, etc. from another language, person, etc. and use them, as your own
The author borrows heavily from Henry James.
那位作家大量引用亨利 ) 詹姆斯的作品。
Some musical terms are borrowed from Italian.
某些音乐术语是从意大利语引入的。

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