The act of borrowing a product (typically software), but shall return it upon a personal request of a company.
Person 1: Hey, where did you get all that software?
Person 2: I borrowed it
Person 1: From who?
Person 2: The Internet!
Person 1: Isn't that illegal?
Person 2: Nope, I'm borrowing it. They just need to ask and they can have it back.
by iPlayAtAushwitz May 11, 2011
A borrower is a small person ,about 2 inches tall, who lives in the walls of humans and borrows things that they need to survive. If they are seen by said human, they must leave that house and find a new host.
Dude1: dude, have you seen insert object of little importance here ?
Dude2: yo, maybe a borrower took it
Borrower: I can indeed confirm that.
Both dudes: dude...
by Tricky kitten 13 October 26, 2019
To take from another with or without permission.
"Can I borrow your wallet?"
by Emily Kimble April 23, 2006
Used to mean "lend", as in the sentence, "lend me".

Used in Gloucestershire, UK.
Jack: Mate, can you borrow me a quid?
Louis: I borrowed you a fiver like... two weeks ago and I still never got it back. So nah mate.
by JoeyJoeJoington February 9, 2011
To steal something you want from an establishment (regardless of your current financial situation).
I wanted some new shorts for spring break, so I just borrowed a few pairs from my local department store.
by mmolloy41 April 19, 2011
Word used by an ignorant person when asking you to loan them something.
"Dude, can you borrow me your dictionary?"

"Yea, you obviously need it more than I do!"
by _\l/_MoBud_\l/_ August 5, 2008
When someone asks you to lend them something. Normally they'll return it, But if they don't, they'll usually lie n say "I'll give it to you tomorrow dude"
Hey dude, can I borrow your tights for tomorrow?
by Hunnasmine November 11, 2015