1. I
some people neither borrow nor lend некоторые люди не занимают [денег] и не дают взаймы; some people are good at borrowing but bad at giving back некоторые люди любят занимать, да не любят отдавать
2. II
borrow at some time borrow frequently (constantly, seldom, etc.) часто и т. д. занимать /брать взаймы, в долг/; borrow in some manner borrow shamelessly (habitually, cheerfully, etc.) бессовестно и т. д). брать взаймы
3. III
borrow smth.
1) borrow money (a small sum, a few pounds, etc.) занимать /брать взаймы,. в долг/ деньги и т. д.; where can I borrow a few roubles? где я могу занять несколько рублей?, где можно перехватить несколько рублей?
2) borrow customs (ideas, this system, words, etc.) заимствовать /перенимать/ обычай и т. д.
4. XI
be -ed from smb., smth. the word "canoe" was -ed from the Indians слово "каноэ" заимствовано из языка индейцев; be -ed into smth. this word was -ed into English from French Эти слово попало в английский язык из французского
5. XVI
1) borrow from /of/ smb. borrow of one's friends (from one's neighbour, etc.) занимать /брать взаймы/ у приятелей и т. д. || borrow at interest брать взаймы /занимать/ под проценты
2) borrow from smth., smb. borrow from ancient Greece (from ancient philosophy, from Latin, from Shakespeare, etc.) заимствовать у древних греков /из древней Греции/ и т. д.
6. XXI1
1) borrow smth. from /of/ smb. borrow money from a friend (a small sum of one's colleague, etc.) занимать '/брать взаймы, в долг/ деньги у друга и т. д; -а car from one's neighbour (a pen from the girl sitting in the next seat, etc.) брать ненадолго машину у соседа и т. д.', borrow smth. for some time borrow smb.'s bag for the day (smb.'s pen for a minute, smb.'s car for the afternoon, etc.) брать у кого-л. сумку на день и т. д).; may I borrow your dictionary for a few days? можно взять ваш словарь на несколько дней?; borrow smth. on smth. borrow money on one's furniture (on the security of an estate, etc.) брать деньги под залег мебели и т. д. borrow money at interest брать деньги под проценты
2) borrow smth. from smb., smth. borrow a custom from ancient Greece (a phrase from Latin, words from French, an example from Shakespeare, etc.) заимствовать обычай из древней Греции и т. д.

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