- 第三人称单数: borrows;
- 过去式: borrowed;
- 过去分词: borrowed;
- 现在分词: borrowing;
Can I borrow your umbrella?
Members can borrow up to ten books from the library at any one time.
She borrowed £2 000 from her parents.
I don't like to borrow from friends.
The author borrows heavily from Henry James.
Some musical terms are borrowed from Italian.
It's so expensive to borrow from finance companies...
I couldn't afford to buy any, so I borrowed them from the library.
I borrowed his words for my book's title...
Their engineers are happier borrowing other people's ideas than developing their own.
Perhaps that illness, diagnosed as fatal, gave him a sense of living on borrowed time.
Morgan borrowed £5,000 from his father to form the company 20 years ago...
Can I borrow a pen please? ...
He wouldn't let me borrow his clothes.
Can I borrow two books at a time?
我可以一次借两本书 吗 ?
So I called on you and asked if I could borrow some jeweler.
It's easy to borrow again if one returns the borrowed things in time.
You can borrow this dictionary from the library.
I'm now up to my ears in debt and dare not borrow any more money.
Some people neither borrow nor lend.
Of course he would be ashamed to borrow often.
When the government is in a tight squeeze it usually tries to borrow money from abroad.
We can not borrow money during the present credIt'squeeze.
She permitted me to borrow the book.
If it comes to the push we could always borrow a bit more money from the bank.
I don't care if you borrow my dictionary sometimes, but taking it without asking and keeping it is something else again.
Can I borrow a pencil? — Yes, help yourself.
我能借用一支铅笔 吗 ?——可以, 自己拿吧.
She used to borrow money from her friends.
Is it okay with you if I borrow this book?
Consumers who borrowed too much?
Although many other big firms resisted the temptation to over-borrow, developers borrowed heavily and built bigger and fancier hotels as if the whole world were planning a holiday in Las Vegas
they have borrowed too heavily and accumulated too large amounts of debt
Borrowing ideas from alcohol control measures.
Do you think I could borrow your car to go grocery shopping?
I really believe the core idea of making is to have an idea within your head一or you just borrow it from someone一and begin to develop it, repeat it and improve it.
2019年6月四级真题（第三套）阅读 Section B
She borrowed the principle of efficiency on the factory floor and applied it to domestic tasks on the kitchen floor.
Meanwhile, Europe has fallen prey to a different ideological trap: the belief that European governments would always have infinite resources and could continue borrowing as if there were no tomorrow.
Unlike the Americans, who felt that the markets knew best, the Europeans failed to anticipate how the markets would react to their endless borrowing
Janet, here's the book I borrowed from you, but I'm so sorry that I can't find its jacket.
Borrow some money from the woman.
They want to borrow a huge sum from the bank.
The man borrowed the book from the library.
Oh, I'm so sorry I forgot to bring along the book you borrowed from the library
By the way, how many books can I borrow at a time?
2015年高考英语北京卷 听力 原文
I can borrow it from him for you.
2017年高考英语全国卷2 听力 原文
I'm a new student, and I want to borrow some books.
2015年高考英语北京卷 听力 原文
One day when I was 12, my mother gave me an order: I was to walk to the public library, and borrow at least one book for the summer.
2015年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
The author's mother told him to borrow a book in order to help cure him of his reading problem.
2015年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 题设
Without opening the book, I borrowed it from the library for the summer.
2015年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
One of these urges had to do with creating a state of peace in the midst of turbulence, a “still point of the turning world,” to borrow a phrase from T.
The communities minister, Don Foster, has hinted that George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, may introduce more flexibility to the current cap on the amount that local authorities can borrow against their housing stock debt.
2014年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. get temporarily;
"May I borrow your lawn mower?"
2. take up and practice as one's own
be (living) on borrowed time
used to convey that someone has continued to survive against expectations, with the implication that they will not do so for much longer
To take an unnecessary action that will probably engender adverse effects.
lend, borrow, loan