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lend British & World English

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

lend English Thesaurus

I'll lend you my towel

give a hand British & World English

Assist in an action or enterprise

on-lend British & World English

Lend (borrowed money) to a third party

Lease-Lend British & World English

Another term for Lend-Lease.

Lend-Lease British & World 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 British & World English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend colour to British & World English

Make something seem true or probable

lend one's name to British & World English

Allow oneself to be publicly associated with

credence British & World English

The likelihood of something being true; plausibility

lend oneself to in lend British & World English

Accommodate or adapt oneself to

lend itself to in lend British & World English

(Of a thing) be suitable for

give a hand in hand British & World English

Assist in an action or enterprise

lend an ear in lend British & World English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend colour to in colour British & World English

Make something seem true or probable

lend one's name to in lend British & World English

Allow oneself to be publicly associated with

lend an ear or one's ears in lend British & World English

Listen sympathetically or attentively

lend a hand in lend English Thesaurus

an agricultural student who had come to lend a hand with the harvest

lend or give colour to in colour British & World English

Make something seem true or probable

lend itself to in lend English Thesaurus

the landscape does not lend itself to long-distance walking or riding


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