What is lend?

  • (verb): Give temporarily; let have for a limited time.
    Example: "I will lend you my car"
    Synonyms: loan
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Removal of Lend America From The FHA Program and Ceasing of The Company's Operation
... Administration announced that it will no longer back any of Lend America's loans based on the company's failure to document borrower's income and ... they were doing, or not caring." On December 1, 2009, a day after the FHA announcement, Lend America abruptly announced that it was seizing all lending operations ...
Lend Lease Project Management & Construction
... Lend Lease Project Management Construction (formerly Bovis Lend Lease, trading as Lend Lease) is the international project management and construction division of Lend Lease ...
Lendži Parish
... Lendži parish (Latvian Lendžu pagasts) is an administrative unit of the Rēzekne municipality, Latvia ...
Lend Lease Communities
... Lend Lease Communities (trading as Lend Lease, formerly Delfin Lend Lease) is the Australian Master Planned Communities arm of property and infrastructure ...
Lend, Austria
... Lend is a municipality in the district of Zell am See (Pinzgau region), in the state of Salzburg in Austria ...

More definitions of "lend":

  • (verb): Have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to.
    Example: "This story would lend itself well to serialization on television"; "The current system lends itself to great abuse"

Famous quotes containing the word lend:

    O Sleepless as the river under thee,
    Vaulting the sea, the prairies dreaming sod,
    Unto us lowliest sometime sweep, descend
    As of the curveship lend a myth to God.
    Hart Crane (1899–1932)

    When the blast of war blows in our ears,
    Then imitate the action of the tiger;
    Stiffen the sinews, conjure up the blood,
    Disguise fair nature with hard-favored rage;
    Then lend the eye a terrible aspect.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Some men love only to talk where they are masters. They like to go to school-girls, or to boys, or into the shops where the sauntering people gladly lend an ear.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)