benthyg, benthyca, menthyca, menthygbenthyg, fenthyca’, fenthyca, fenthyg, benthyca, benthyca’, benthycasoch, benthycan, benthycest, benthycasid, benthycasent, benthycasem, benthycasech, benthycasant, benthycasai, benthycant, benthycasit, benthycasom, benthycaswn, benthycech, benthyced, benthycem, benthycen, benthycent, benthycer, benthyces, benthycet, benthycon, benthyci, benthycid, benthyciff, benthycir, benthycith, benthyco, benthycoch, benthycodd, benthycais, benthycaist, benthycont, benthycwch, benthycwn, benthycwyd, benthycwyf, benthycych, benthycai, benthycaf, benthycom, fenthycasid, fenthycaf, fenthycais, fenthycaist, fenthycan, fenthycant, fenthycasai, fenthycasant, fenthycasech, fenthycasem, fenthycasent, fenthyco, fenthycasit, fenthycasoch, fenthycasom, fenthycaswn, fenthycech, fenthyced, fenthycem, fenthycai, fenthycen, fenthycoch, fenthyces, fenthycest, fenthycet, fenthyci, fenthycid, fenthyciff, fenthycir, fenthycith, fenthycent, fenthycer, fenthycodd, fenthycom, fenthycon, fenthycont, fenthycwch, fenthycwn, fenthycwyd, fenthycwyf, fenthycych
Verb(1) get temporarily(2) take up and practice as one's own
(1) Jim did not beg, steal or borrow his business acumen - his father Seamus is the well-known Bagenalstown auctioneer and businessman.(2) Meanwhile, retired dairy farmer Ted Dibble has vowed to borrow a horse and return to the sport if the Government's anti-hunting proposal becomes law.(3) Librarian Maureen Cusack can obtain books for anyone wishing to borrow books which are not available in the library.(4) Companies need to borrow enormous sums of money to buy back their shares in the market.(5) lower interest rates will make it cheaper for individuals to borrow(6) In doing so, it may be appropriate for us to borrow some of the best practices of international firms operating in our energy sector.(7) After breakfast I had a long shower then we walked over the hill so that i could borrow books.(8) But at Storr his great achievement has been to borrow the landscape and return it to us in an entirely new light.(9) The combined effect of these trends has been to lift the amount which a two-earner household on average earnings can afford to borrow without debt-servicing absorbing more than one quarter of their income.(10) My family will visit the library often to borrow new books to read together.(11) Space is all very well, in the right place, but people come to libraries mainly to borrow books.(12) The best he could do was borrow concepts and words from other disciplines.(13) The customer can borrow and repay as often as necessary as long as the balance outstanding doesn't exceed the credit limit.(14) She had mostly kept to herself, venturing only to the library to borrow books.(15) He said the private sector was failing to buy maize from farmers because of the floor price which they could not meet and high interest rates the banks charged to borrow money.(16) I managed to go to the library again to borrow the book titled the Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne for the tenth time this month.
(1) to borrow :: i fenthyg
1. take as a loan ::
cymryd fel benthyciad
2. take ::
3. adopt ::
Different Formsborrow, borrowed, borrower, borrowers, borrowing, borrowings, borrows
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