receive or obtain sth temporarily from sb/sth with the promise or intention of returning it
take and use sth as one's own; copy sth
(of a language) adopt (a word or phrase) from another language
"May I borrow your lawn mower?"
Let vs borowe money of the kinge vpon vsury.
出自：Bible (Coverdale): 2 Esdras
I will not borrow from my friends.
出自： G. B. Shaw
He had managed once again to borrow Larry's car for the weekend.
出自： W. Styron
Japanese has borrowed heavily from English.
Japanese culture has borrowed heavily from China.
日本文化借用了中国的许多东西。 borrow sth from〔of〕 sb
Can I borrow some money from you?
He borrowed the money from her on his furniture.
I borrowed three dollars from him.
I borrowed a water bucket from a villager.
He borrowed a book from me.
He has borrowed a very interesting book from the school library.
In his writings, he borrowed passages from his elders.
English has borrowed words from many languages.
I borrowed some money of him.
He borrowed a car from a friend for a few days.
Many words are borrowed into English from French.
误 May I borrow your telephone?
正 May I use your telephone?