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lend US English

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

lend US Thesaurus

I'll lend you my towel

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

lend an ear US English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend color to US English

Make something seem true or probable

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

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 color to in color 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 or give color to in color US English

Make something seem true or probable

lend an ear or one's ears in lend US English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend a hand or a helping hand in lend US English

see give a hand at hand.

lend an ear in lend US Thesaurus

when Travers gets up to speak, I hope you'll lend an ear

lend a hand in lend US Thesaurus

I'm here to lend a hand with the harvest

lend itself to in lend US Thesaurus

the terrain lends itself to downhill skiing


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