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lend US English

Grant to (someone) the use of (something) on the understanding that it shall be returned

give a hand US English

Assist in an action or enterprise

on-lend US English

Lend (borrowed money) to a third party

Lend-Lease US English

An arrangement made in 1941 whereby the US supplied military equipment and armaments to the UK and its allies, originally as a loan in return for the use of British-owned military bases

give a hand in hand US English

Assist in an action or enterprise

lend an ear in lend US English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend an ear US English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend color to in color US English

Make something seem true or probable

lend color to US English

Make something seem true or probable

lend one's name to in lend US English

Allow oneself to be publicly associated with

lend one's name to US English

Allow oneself to be publicly associated with

credence US English

The likelihood of something being true; plausibility

lend oneself to in lend US English

Accommodate or adapt oneself to

lend itself to in lend US English

(Of a thing) be suitable for

lend US Thesaurus

I'll lend you my towel

lend English-Spanish

prestar, dejar Esp

lend out English-Spanish

prestar, dejar Espfamiliar/colloquial

to lend sth to sb English-Spanish

prestarle algo

to lend an ear to sb in ear English-Spanish

prestarle atención a algn

to lend a willing hand in willing English-Spanish

dar* una mano espontáneamente

to give o lend color to sth in color English-Spanish

darle* credibilidad a algo

can you lend me a couple of pounds? in couple English-Spanish

¿puedes prestarme un par de libras?

who did you lend/send/give it to? in to English-Spanish

¿a quién se lo prestaste/mandaste/diste?

can you lend me 500 bucks? — no dice! in die English-Spanish

¿me prestas 500 dólares? — ¡ni hablar!

couldn't you lend me $20? — nothing doing! in do English-Spanish

¿no me podrías prestar $20? — ¡ni hablar!

if you need money, I can lend you some in some English-Spanish

si necesitas dinero, yo te puedo prestar (un poco)

come on, be a sport and lend it to us in sport English-Spanish

anda, sé bueno y préstanoslo, andá, sé pierna y prestánoslo

that's the last time I lend you money in time English-Spanish

es la última vez que te presto dinero

if we all lend a hand, it won't take long in hand English-Spanish

si todos echamos una mano, lo haremos en un momento

your presence there would lend countenance to their aims in countenance English-Spanish

tu presencia allí sería una aprobación tácita de sus objetivos

lend you money? you must be o have to be joking! in joke English-Spanish

¿prestarte dinero? ¡tú debes estar loco!

is there any possibility you could lend me the money? in possibility English-Spanish

¿hay alguna posibilidad de que me prestes el dinero?

have you got a spare umbrella you could lend me? in spare English-Spanish

¿tienes un paraguas de más que me puedas prestar?

I can't lend you a coat, both mine are at the cleaners in both English-Spanish

no te puedo prestar un abrigo, los dos que tengo están en la tintorería

I was relying on you to lend me the money/on the device to work in rely English-Spanish

contaba con que tú me prestarías el dinero/con que el dispositivo funcionaría


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