Definitions for "BORROWING"
Keywords:  calque, remorsus, katu, ineze, gato
the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source; "the borrowing of ancient motifs was very apparent"
The process by which a new word, pronunciation, phrase, or sense enters one language from another; for example, the loan word racoon came into English from the Native American language Algonquin. Calque A lexical borrowing strategy in which the recipient language, rather than copying the phonological form of a word or term, translates each morpheme directly into the native language, creating an equivalent idiom. For example, early translators of the Bible in English rendered the Latin term remorsus ‘remorse' as "again-bite" and the Latin term reflectěre ‘reflect' as "again-shine."
The adoption of a word from one language into the lexicon of another (c.f. Calque). An example of borrowing in English is the Japanese word tsunami, the massive tidal wave which frequently follows an earthquake.
Getting money from someone else that you intend to pay back. You might borrow informally from friends and family or take out a formal loan with a written agreement.
Borrowing is a sign of loss and meager support. For a banker to dream of borrowing from another bank, a run on his own will leave him in a state of collapse, unless he accepts this warning. If another borrows from you, help in time of need will be extended or offered you. True friends will attend you.
Derived From 'borrowing metal from the market', which is achieved by buying a nearby date and simultaneously selling a date further forward. (See also Cash and Carry).
To obtain or receive something on loan with the promise or understanding of returning it or its equivalent.
A futures trade on the LME involving the buying of near dated contracts and the selling of long dated contracts. An example of a ‘ carry’. The equivalent of an intramarket spread trade sometimes known as ‘buying the spread’.
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In subtraction, to take one (unit of ten) from a digit in the minuend to add as ten to the digit with the next lower place value in the minuend. Done when the number in the minuend is smaller than the number in the corresponding place in the subtrahend.
Keywords:  auckland, library, book, desk, material
A loan of a library item for a specified length of time. The borrowing period for recommended reading material or for material on reading lists is 7 days or 2 days. For most other books the borrowing period is 28 days. It is important to return borrowed items to the Library no later than the return date as there are penalties and fines for returning items late. [ More about borrowing
Library materials may be taken out of the library on loan, or borrowed, on presentation of a University of Auckland ID card at the Lending desk. See the Lending Services page for information on services such as lending policy.
Being able to take books and other materials from the library. It is the same as CHECK OUT.
A method of calculating final average salary used when the member or beneficiary becomes a benefit recipient before the end of the school year. This procedure enables STRS Ohio to pay the highest benefit possible by using the money earned in the last partial year if it is one of the three highest years of earnings.
Financial liability (short- or long-term) that obliges a company to repay cash or other financial asset to another entity.
The amount that an entity, usually a country or its government, has borrowed. Thus often the (negative of) the net foreign asset position or the national debt.
Incurring an obligation to repay a debt in order to invest or consume more than one currently owns.
Keywords:  obtaining, funds, lender
obtaining funds from a lender