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Adjective
Inclined or disposed to
“She was not often given to anger.”
Adjective
Specified or stated
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“The number of accidents at this spot in a given period.”
Adjective
Known but not specified
“You must answer the questions within a given amount of time.”
Adjective
Being accustomed to
“He was an introverted man not given to wild parties or large gatherings.”
Adjective
Something precise or exact
Adjective
Self-evident or unquestionable
Adjective
Having received for temporary use
Adjective
Offered or mentioned at a stated price
Adjective
Gained without special exertion
Adjective
(of a person) Easily influenced by feelings or emotions
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Adjective
Being, or existing as, something in name only
Adjective
Habitual; usual
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Adjective
Accepted by supposition rather than as a result of proof
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Adjective
Available when needed
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Adjective
Not stated clearly or exactly
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Noun
A known or established fact or situation
“So we know that the sun is bright and provides heat. That's a given.”
Noun
Something presupposed as being true or factual
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“It's a given that television viewers are influenced by advertising.”
Preposition
Taking into account
“However, given my disposition on the other issues, this is of little importance here.”
Preposition
As a result of
Conjunction
Used to introduce a clause expressing a reason or cause
Conjunction
Only if (the stipulation that follows is true)
Verb
To have accorded someone with a unique gesture
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“The community would generously give their time and money to help the family in their time of need.”
Verb
Past participle for to pass from one person to another
“Please give my best wishes to your family.”
Verb
Past participle for 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.”
Verb
Past participle for used hyperbolically to express a great desire
“He would give his life for his family if he had to.”
Verb
Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for to produce a sound
“The loud trumpets would give a loud clamor, heralding the approach of the King's convoy.”
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Past participle for to carry out a physical interaction
“The two boys would give their friend a push on the swing.”
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Past participle for to alter in shape or succumb under physical pressure
“The large wooden doors would finally give after being repeatedly pummeled by the invaders.”
Verb
Past participle for to perform or exhibit in public
“The renowned musician will give a public performance at the town square tomorrow afternoon.”
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Past participle for to provide in payment
“I would be willing to give quite a lot of money for that car.”
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Past participle for to make known an idea, emotion or opinion
“Everyone here will be allowed to give their opinion on this important matter.”
Verb
Past participle for to apply oneself diligently towards a goal
“He would give himself entirely to his fledgling business.”
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Past participle for 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!”
Verb
Past participle for to estimate or predict
“I give it two weeks before she starts feeling homesick.”
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