borrow moneyI could borrow money to go.
have to borrowI'll have to borrow your BMW.’
want to borrowYou want to borrow a fiver?
force to borrow
borrow the moneyIf it is proposed to borrow the money for the investment, the DCF yield is the highest interest rate the company can pay without making an overall loss.
need to borrow•conserve cash and minimise the need to borrow;
ask to borrow
borrow fundsPrivate firms should invest if the rate of return on the project exceeds the market interest rate at which they can borrow funds.
always borrowIf not you can always borrow armbands here if you want.
borrow upBut they were being given permission to borrow up to £628 million provided £75 million were raised by way of ERDF grants.
manage to borrow
able to borrowWe might be able to borrow a bit from a bank, although I'm not even sure about that.
allow to borrow
like to borrowWould you like to borrow Nutty for a few weeks?
sense to borrowSometimes it makes very good sense to borrow money for something.
never borrowDad told her that it was settled but he warned her she must never borrow again He warned Frankie and me as well.