Lend (to ) conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, fit, be suitable, allow, make a loan, furnish in general, grant, allow to be used by, borrow, on condition that it, make, afford

Conjugation of lend

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
lend
lend
lends
lend
lend
lend
Future Simple
will lend
will lend
will lend
will lend
will lend
will lend
Past Simple
lent
lent
lent
lent
lent
lent
Conditional Simple
would lend
would lend
would lend
would lend
would lend
would lend
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am lending
are lending
is lending
are lending
are lending
are lending
Future Progressive
will be lending
will be lending
will be lending
will be lending
will be lending
will be lending
Past Progressive
was lending
were lending
was lending
were lending
were lending
were lending
Conditional Progressive
would be lending
would be lending
would be lending
would be lending
would be lending
would be lending
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have lent
have lent
has lent
have lent
have lent
have lent
Future Perfect
will have lent
will have lent
will have lent
will have lent
will have lent
will have lent
Past Perfect
had lent
had lent
had lent
had lent
had lent
had lent
Conditional Perfect
would have lent
would have lent
would have lent
would have lent
would have lent
would have lent
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been lending
have been lending
has been lending
have been lending
have been lending
have been lending
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been lending
will have been lending
will have been lending
will have been lending
will have been lending
will have been lending
Past Perfect Progressive
had been lending
had been lending
had been lending
had been lending
had been lending
had been lending
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been lending
would have been lending
would have been lending
would have been lending
would have been lending
would have been lending

Examples of lend

Example in EnglishTranslation in English
"'Now, lend me your horse, "'and I will ride away from the city and avoid my fate.
"Can anyone lend me a mark?"
"Can you lend a hand?" "223, 233, help them!"
"Changde is under attack from three fronts." "Please lend support." Yes!
"Could you lend me a smoking for New Year Eve's prom, Sir Director?"
"'Now, lend me your horse, "'and I will ride away from the city and avoid my fate.
"Can anyone lend me a mark?"
"Can you lend a hand?" "223, 233, help them!"
"Changde is under attack from three fronts." "Please lend support." Yes!
"Could you lend me a smoking for New Year Eve's prom, Sir Director?"
"Christians are to be taught "that he who gives to the poor "or lends to the needy does a better deed than he who buys indulgences."
"Haig Finance lends I'argent for ladies and gentlemen.
"The brains give birth to fear, the heart lends the courage."
"Yet she lives in constant fear," which lends a certain licentiousness
'"Namur particularly lends itself to farce, as the track passes right by a bar, The Monument Chalet'"-- we were there.
"Christians are to be taught "that he who gives to the poor "or lends to the needy does a better deed than he who buys indulgences."
"Haig Finance lends I'argent for ladies and gentlemen.
"The brains give birth to fear, the heart lends the courage."
"Yet she lives in constant fear," which lends a certain licentiousness
'"Namur particularly lends itself to farce, as the track passes right by a bar, The Monument Chalet'"-- we were there.
"Call it beginner's luck or a higher authority lending his blessing, but I have learned of something that you must know right away, for I fear for our cause should it come to pass."
"Lending a hand" means lending a hand.
"Thank you for lending me the money to make the trip possible."
"folks will think you're strange and start refrain? ." I says: "You know, look, why should I buy a book" "when there is a thriving lending library in the town?"
'I enjoyed the sound of it - 'profit, loss, margins, 'takeovers, lending, letting, 'sub-letting, sub-dividing.
"And it was this especially that lent the scene an awful aura,
"Immigrants listed by race and religion. Italy sets up register of lent dwellers. "
"Madame la Marschal... In Marseilles, you kindly lent me some of your savings... so that I might travel to Paris...
"My dreams, you have lent colour to"
"Nana" Marsh, who had nursed John as a baby, and who now lent an occasional helping hand in the little home.
"Call it beginner's luck or a higher authority lending his blessing, but I have learned of something that you must know right away, for I fear for our cause should it come to pass."
"Lending a hand" means lending a hand.
"Thank you for lending me the money to make the trip possible."
"folks will think you're strange and start refrain? ." I says: "You know, look, why should I buy a book" "when there is a thriving lending library in the town?"
'I enjoyed the sound of it - 'profit, loss, margins, 'takeovers, lending, letting, 'sub-letting, sub-dividing.
"And it was this especially that lent the scene an awful aura,
"Immigrants listed by race and religion. Italy sets up register of lent dwellers. "
"Madame la Marschal... In Marseilles, you kindly lent me some of your savings... so that I might travel to Paris...
"My dreams, you have lent colour to"
"Nana" Marsh, who had nursed John as a baby, and who now lent an occasional helping hand in the little home.

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