lendverb

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  • ento grant the use of something, such as a car, money, etc., on the understanding that it shall be returned

Examples

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What are you wearing there, buddy?
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Oh, none of my pants fit over my butt cast.
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Lucky for me, my mom lent me her leg warmers.
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That is lucky.
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And sometimes when I need money...
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I dance.
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I dance for money.
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I'm really sorry.
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I just wanted to get my mom a new computer.
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Well, we'll lend you the money.
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There are scholarships you can apply for.
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What? You're gonna lend me your social security number?
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Do any of you know billionaire Bruce Wayne?
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No, none of us do.
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And he wouldn’t want to lend us money, anyway… I hear.
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Ooh, finally some real food.
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Cat, you know fish are our friends too.
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Yeah, right.
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Hey friends, will you lend me 20 bucks?
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Gosh, no friends in there.
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Hi, Alex.
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I mean, I'd buy a bible from him.
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You know...
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And I think he's lovely.
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I'd lend him a cup of sugar.
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Mmm, can you lend me like 50?
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Just, like, 50 to get me through the day?