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lend

verb   /lend/ ( past tense and past participle lent)
A2 to give something to someone for a period of time prestar I lent my bike to Sara. She lent me her car for the weekend.
If a bank lends money, it gives money to someone who then pays the money back in small amounts over a period. prestar
(Definition of lend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lend

verb /lend/ ( past tense, past participle lent /lent/)
to give (someone) the use of for a time prestar She had forgotten her umbrella so I lent her mine to go home with.
to give or add (a quality) to dar, dotar de Desperation lent him strength.
lend itself to phrasal verb
to be suitable for or adapt easily to prestarse a algo The play lends itself to performance by children.
see also borrow.
(Definition of lend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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