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To provide, or transfer possession of, something to someone
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“The community would generously give their time and money to help the family in their time of need.”
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To pass from one person to another
“Please give my best wishes to your family.”
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To entrust a personal property or belonging to someone
“This is why it's important not to give your entire financial affairs to just one investment company.”
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Used hyperbolically to express a great desire
“He would give his life for his family if he had to.”
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To accord someone with an opportunity
“The judge would give Steven Avery the opportunity to address the court with a statement.”
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To provide details via some form of printed material
“The menu will give the dishes we have available at our restaurant.”
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To be a source of
“On the other hand, I was no angel either as I knew how to give trouble and get away with it!”
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To yield as a product or result of
“Just adding some salt and pepper will give some added flavor to this dish.”
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To provide a social event as host or hostess
“She decided to give a formal tea party for her fortieth birthday.”
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To carry out a specified action
“As a sign of respect, you must give a bow when you meet the Queen.”
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To produce a sound
“The loud trumpets would give a loud clamor, heralding the approach of the King's convoy.”
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To carry out a physical interaction
“The two boys would give their friend a push on the swing.”
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To alter in shape or succumb under physical pressure
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“The large wooden doors would finally give after being repeatedly pummeled by the invaders.”
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To perform or exhibit in public
“The renowned musician will give a public performance at the town square tomorrow afternoon.”
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To provide in payment
“I would be willing to give quite a lot of money for that car.”
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To make known an idea, emotion or opinion
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“Everyone here will be allowed to give their opinion on this important matter.”
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To apply oneself diligently towards a goal
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“He would give himself entirely to his fledgling business.”
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To transmit or spread over an area, space or population
“I was afraid that the coughing passenger on the train would give his cold to me!”
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To estimate or predict
“I give it two weeks before she starts feeling homesick.”
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To state explicitly
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To grant something to someone
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To fail, especially in spectacular fashion
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(treat to) To pay the bill for someone else
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To exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance)
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To be persuaded based on available information
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To bestow something in generous or extravagant quantities on
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To speak to a formal gathering
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To outwardly look or be perceived as
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To hear with attention, obedience, or compliance
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To capitulate or submit under pressure
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To cause (something unpleasant or painful) to be suffered by someone or something
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To be, or cause to be, wide open
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To invest in or provide financial assistance
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To give (someone) a sum of money as a reward for a service
Noun
The capacity to bend or stretch under pressure
“As the weight piled on, the give in his trouser waistband would decrease rapidly.”
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A varying degree or amount of freedom or flexibility
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