verb (used with object), lend-leased, lend-leas·ing.
- lend a hand,
- lend color to,
- lend itself to,
- lend one's ear,
- lender of last resort,
- lending library,
Origin of lend-lease
Examples from the Web for lend-lease
Forget our military involvement; this begins with lend-lease.
The first of the lend-lease settlement agreements has been completed with the United Kingdom.
The main sources of the increase were lend-lease ships from the United States and war reparations.East-West Trade Trends|Harold E. Stassen
That we're here is a sort of lend-lease in reverse, you might say.Dave Dawson at Casablanca|Robert Sydney Bowen