Relend



verb (used with object), lent, lending.
1.
to grant the use of (something) on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned.
2.
to give (money) on condition that it is returned and that interest is paid for its temporary use.
3.
to give or contribute obligingly or helpfully:
to lend one’s aid to a cause.
4.
to adapt (oneself or itself) to something:
The building should lend itself to inexpensive remodeling.
5.
to furnish or impart:
Distance lends enchantment to the view.
verb (used without object), lent, lending.
6.
to make a loan.
Idioms
7.
lend a hand, to give help; aid:
If everyone lends a hand, we can have dinner ready in half an hour.
verb lends, lending, lent (lɛnt)
1.
(transitive) to permit the use of (something) with the expectation of return of the same or an equivalent
2.
to provide (money) temporarily, often at interest
3.
(intransitive) to provide loans, esp as a profession
4.
(transitive) to impart or contribute (something, esp some abstract quality): her presence lent beauty
5.
(transitive) to provide, esp in order to assist or support: he lent his skill to the company
6.
lend an ear, to listen
7.
lend itself, to possess the right characteristics or qualities for: the novel lends itself to serialization
8.
lend oneself, to give support, cooperation, etc

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