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There is no need to borrow when multiplying. You need to carry numbers when multiplying but not borrow.

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No, you can borrow a pencil from me. Or, Ican borrow a pencil from you. Supposing we get our pencils back in some time.

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"Lend" is the opposite of 'borrow'.

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