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Example Sentences for "owe"

We still owe about $20,000 on our houseHe owes his success in large part to the hard work of his employees.

We still owe about $20,000 on our house.

I'm sorry, I can't loan you any more money; you already owe me about 50 bucks.

I owe my life to my neighbor, who knocked on my door, and woke me up when a fire started in our kitchen.

So, what do I owe you for the work you've done so far?

Thanks for your help. I really owe you one.

We still owe almost $2,000 on our car.

There is a French proverb which states that he who owes nothing is rich.

In his speech after the Battle of Britain, Winston Churchill said, Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.

Andrew William Mellon once remarked that a nation is not in danger of financial disaster merely because it owes itself money.

William Cowper once said that hunting is a sport that owes its pleasures to another's pain.

The last words of Francois Rabelais were, I owe much; I have nothing; the rest I leave to the poor.

The island of Jamaica owes its existence to earthquakes and volcanic activity.

Maltese food, like its history, owes much to various foreign cultures.

Most of Tajikstan's foreign debt is owed to Russia and Uzbekistan.

Owing to the stormy weather, we had to cancel our canoeing trip.

As a result of the cost of fighting the First World War, most of the allied countries owed large amounts of money to the United States.

Find someone who currently owes money to someone.


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