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lend
British English: /lɛnd/
American English: /lɛnd/

Translation of lend in Italian:

transitive verb pass., p.pass. lent

  • 1 (loan)
    (object, money)
    to lend somebody something
    prestare qualcosa a qualcuno
    I lent John my bicycle, I lent my bicycle to John
    ho prestato la mia bicicletta a John
    I've been lent a bicycle by John
    John mi ha prestato una bicicletta
    I've been lent a bicycle to lend money at 10%
  • 2 (add, provide)
    (quality, character, credibility) to a
    (support)
    to lend support to something
    appoggiare qualcosa
    to lend an ear
    prestare orecchio o prestare ascolto
    to lend a hand
    dare una mano
    to lend one's name to
    prestare il proprio nome per
    to lend weight to something
    dare peso a qualcosa

intransitive verb pass., p.pass. lent

(Economics)

reflexive verb pass., p.pass. lent

Phrasal verbs

lend out:

lend out [something], lend [something] out

Definition of lend in:

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