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From Old English lænan.

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Infinitive
to Lend

Third person singular
lends

Simple past
lent, archaic third-person singular simple present lendeth

Past participle
[[lent, archaic third-person singular simple present lendeth]]

Present participle
lending

to Lend (third-person singular simple present lends, present participle lending, simple past and past participle lent, archaic third-person singular simple present lendeth)
  1. (transitive) To allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned.
  2. (intransitive) To make a loan.
  3. (Australian English) to be misled in a jocular or teasing manner.
    Don't listen to him. He's having a lend of you
    Don't get upset, I was just having a lend.
  4. Patrono:Reflexive to be suitable or applicable, to fit
    Poems do not lend themselves to translation easily.
    The long history of the past does not lend itself to a simple black and white interpretation.

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lend

  1. flightzh-min-nan:lend

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