Definition of "commodatum"
  1. A form of loan where the borrower can use the movable property for free but has to return it after use
How to use "commodatum" in a sentence
  1. The bicycle was given under an agreement of commodatum, and the borrower had to return it after he was done using it.
  2. Chairs and tables were provided to the event under the terms of a commodatum, with the expectation they would be returned after the event.
  3. The local library serves its books under the principle of commodatum, as members borrow, use and then return them.

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