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Translation of "borrow" - English-Spanish dictionary

borrow

verb   /ˈbɒr·əʊ/
A2 to use something that belongs to someone else and then return it to them tomar prestado Can I borrow a pen please?
to take money from a person or bank and pay it back over a period of time tomar prestado
(Definition of borrow from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

borrow

verb /ˈborəu/
to take (something, often money) temporarily with the intention of returning it tomar prestado He borrowed a book from the library.
borrower noun
persona que toma algo prestado Borrowers are having to pay more for their mortgages.
borrowing noun
préstamo Government borrowing has hit a record high.
borrow from: I borrow money from a friend. lend to: My friend lends money to me / My friend lends me money.
(Definition of borrow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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