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Borrow or borrowing can mean: to receive (something) from somebody temporarily, expecting to return it.
- In finance, monetary debt
- In language, the use of loanwords
- In arithmetic, when a digit becomes less than zero and the deficiency is taken from the next digit to the left
- In music, the use of borrowed chords
- In the Discworld fictional universe, "the art of overlaying one's hi mind on the mind of another creature so that she can see through its eyes and steer its actions" as practised by the character Granny Weatherwax
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