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Not really. In MtG, cards have controllers (person in possession of the card at that instant) and owners (the literal owner of the card). You can trade control of the card just fine, but the rules are super strict about keeping the owners distinct. You can't put a card you don't own into your library, hand, graveyard or basically anywhere not in play to avoid any questioning about which card is whose.

The only card I'm aware of that lets you put a card you own into someone's hand is X, which was released in a self-contained set designed for drafting. He's not legal in any format.

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