Examples of borrowing in a Sentence
He's compiling a list of Japanese borrowings in English.
Students must have their own pencils. Borrowing is not allowed.
Economists predict that there will be increases in government borrowing.
Recent Examples of borrowing from the Web
Concerning schools, the tax bill eliminates a borrowing tool called the Qualified Zone Academy Bond, which allows traditional and charter schools to borrow at lower interest rates.
But all but a few of the borrowing companies were owned by Shapiro, had no income and never paid interest on the loans.
That’s because government borrowing competes for investment dollars with private industry.
All had spent 10 years or more saving, borrowing and raising money for an Everest expedition.
The legislative move, still in the early stages of discussion on Capitol Hill, would let Republicans claim a policy victory while raising the federal borrowing cap.
For the first time in a decade, the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates—thus increasing the cost of borrowing and servicing debt.
Aldermen have approved borrowing $16.3 million to settle four lawsuits, and will soon vote on whether to borrow another $2 million to pay a fifth.
In midterm elections on Oct. 22, voters endorsed Mr. Macri’s reforms, showing an appreciation for the idea that social services should not be paid by excess borrowing.
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