I made sure that children who'd forgotten their red pencil came to borrow one.
May I use your ink pad?
I've heard about it. Your parents disappeared, running out on their debt didn't they?
In short, he's run off without paying off his debt.
Paul, we can borrow up to 8 books.
When it is appraised, in order to check the authenticity and state of preservation of the painting, the real thing has to be borrowed from its owner.
Don't tell me it was really a demand for money from debt collectors?
May I use your toilet?
I borrowed money from my friends.
I advise you not to borrow money from your friends.
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