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Definitions of GIVE in various dictionaries:
- noun - the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
- verb - cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense
- verb - be the cause or source of
- verb - transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
- verb - convey or reveal information
- verb - convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.
- verb - organize or be responsible for
- verb - convey or communicate
- verb - give as a present
- verb - cause to happen or be responsible for
- verb - dedicate
- verb - give or supply
- verb - transmit (knowledge or skills)
- verb - bring about
- verb - leave with
- verb - emit or utter
- verb - endure the loss of
- verb - place into the hands or custody of
- verb - give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
- verb - give (as medicine)
- verb - give or convey physically
- verb - bestow
- verb - bestow, especially officially
- verb - move in order to make room for someone for something
- verb - give food to
- verb - contribute to some cause
- verb - break down, literally or metaphorically
- verb - estimate the duration or outcome of something
- verb - execute and deliver
- verb - deliver in exchange or recompense
- verb - afford access to
- verb - present to view
- verb - perform for an audience
- verb - be flexible under stress of physical force
- verb - propose
- verb - accord by verdict
- verb - manifest or show
- verb - offer in good faith
- verb - submit for consideration, judgment, or use
- verb - guide or direct, as by behavior of persuasion
- verb - allow to have or take
- verb - inflict as a punishment
- verb - occur
- verb - consent to engage in sexual intercourse with a man
- verb - proffer (a body part)
- To make a present of: We gave her flowers for her birthday.
- To place in the hands of; pass: Give me the scissors.
- To deliver in exchange or recompense; pay: will give five dollars for the book.
- To let go for a price; sell.
- To administer: give him some cough medicine.
- To convey by a physical action: gave me a punch in the nose.
- To inflict as punishment: gave the child a spanking; was given life imprisonment for the crime.
- To accord by verdict: A decision was given for the plaintiff.
- To bestow, especially officially; confer: The Bill of Rights gives us freedom of speech.
- To accord or tender to another: Give him your confidence.
- To put temporarily at the disposal of: gave them the cottage for a week.
- To entrust to another, usually for a specified reason: gave me the keys for safekeeping.
- To convey or offer for conveyance: Give him my best wishes.
- To endure the loss of; sacrifice: gave her son to the war; gave her life for her country.
- To devote or apply completely: gives herself to her work.
- To furnish or contribute: gave their time to help others.
- To offer in good faith; pledge: Give me your word.
- To allot as a portion or share.
- To bestow as a name.
- To attribute (blame, for example) to someone; assign.
- To award as due: gave us first prize.
- To emit or utter: gave a groan; gave a muted response.
- To submit for consideration, acceptance, or use: give an opinion; give an excuse.
- To proffer to another: gave the toddler my hand.
- To consent to engage (oneself) in sexual intercourse with a man.
- To perform for an audience: give a recital.
- To present to view: gave the sign to begin.
- To offer as entertainment: give a dinner party.
- To propose as a toast.
- To be a source of; afford: His remark gave offense.
- To cause to catch or be subject to (a disease or bodily condition): The draft gave me a cold.
- To guide or direct, as by persuasion or behavior.
- To yield or produce: Cows give milk.
- To bring forth or bear: trees that give fruit.
- To produce as a result of calculation: 5 ∞ 12 gives 60.
- To manifest or show: gives promise of brilliance; gave evidence of tampering.
- To carry out (a physical movement): give a wink; give a start.
- To permit one to have or take: gave us an hour to finish.
- To take an interest to the extent of: “My dear, I don’t give a damn” (Margaret Mitchell).
- To make gifts or donations: gives generously to charity.
- To yield to physical force.
- To collapse from force or pressure: The roof gave under the weight of the snow.
- To yield to change: Both sides will have to give on some issues.
- To afford access to or a view of; open: The doors give onto a terrace.
- To be in progress; happen: What gives? — n.
- Capacity or inclination to yield under pressure.
- The quality or condition of resilience; springiness: “Fruits that have some give... will have more juice than hard ones” (Elizabeth Schneider).
- To make a gift of.
- To present (a bride) to the bridegroom at a wedding ceremony.
- To reveal or make known, often accidentally.
- To betray.
- To hand in; submit: She gave in her report.
- To cease opposition; yield.
- To allow to be known; declare publicly: gave out the bad news.
- To send forth; emit: gave out a steady buzzing.
- To distribute: gave out the surplus food.
- To stop functioning; fail.
- To become used up or exhausted; run out: Their determination finally gave out.
- To hand over; entrust.
- To devote to a particular purpose or use: gave the day over to merrymaking.
- To surrender (oneself) completely; abandon: finally gave myself over to grief.
- To surrender: The suspects gave themselves up.
- To devote (oneself) completely: gave herself up to her work.
- To cease to do or perform: gave up their search.
- To desist from; stop: gave up smoking.
- To part with; relinquish: gave up the apartment; gave up all hope.
- To lose hope for: We had given the dog up as lost.
- To lose hope of seeing: We’d given you up an hour ago.
- To admit defeat.
- To abandon what one is doing or planning to do.
- To bear as offspring.
- To punish or reprimand severely: My parents really gave it to me for coming in late.
- To show to be inaccurate or untrue.
- To accuse of lying.
- To retreat or withdraw.
- To yield the right of way: gave way to an oncoming car.
- To relinquish ascendancy or position: as day gives way slowly to night.
- To collapse from or as if from physical pressure: The ladder gave way.
- To yield to urging or demand; give in.
- To abandon oneself: give way to hysteria.
- adj - to transfer freely to another's possession [v GAVE, GIVEN, GIVING, GIVES] : GIVEABLE
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