To receive something of value with the promise of giving something of (usually greater) value at some point in the future.

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I had to borrow some money from my friend because I had ran out and needed some cash to eat.

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In order for me to borrow a pencil in school from my teacher I had to give my shoe until the end of the school day.

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My boss agreed to allow me to borrow his lakefront cottage for our vacation because he would not be using it then, but in exchange he wanted to use my Mercedes on his next date.

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