How to find the definition of a specific word or phrase in Google Books.
Google Books allows you to search the search terms in Google’s Knowledge Graph and to view an overview of the top results in your library.
Google provides a full search capability, including the ability to add book definitions, so you can easily find the word you’re looking for.
You can also search for keywords in Google books using the “Find” function or by using the search term “borrowed book” to access the search results.
You may also want to check out our Google Books Book Indexing page for more detailed information about how to find books in Google.
To find the definitions for the words you want, simply search for the word “borrower” in Google and then type in the word in the search field.
For example, to find out how to define a word for “burden,” type in “borrows.”
Once you have found the definition, you can then use the search bar to filter out terms like “borrowing,” “boring borrower,” “borrower borrower,” or “borrented borrower.”
You can also type in a query for a book title or title page to find information about the book.
For examples, type in:Borrowers defense mechanism definition.
To view the definition in full, type the search word in Google search bar, then hit enter.
In the resulting results, you will see a list of search terms that match the search phrase “bororrower defense mechanism.”
To get more detailed definitions, you may also search the Knowledge Graph for the keywords “borborrower defense mechanisms,” “defense mechanism,” or simply “borr” to get the full definition of the word.
For more details, read our Google Book Indexer Guide for more information about getting the full definitions for words and phrases in Google book search.