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English words containing give:

Meanings of Argive:

adjective

Relating to the ancient city of argos.

Usage examples:

The argive king tantalus began a pattern of destruction for argos after he offended the gods by fee…
noun

A citizen of argos.

Usage examples:

The athenian alliance with the argives, the boeotians and the corinthians against sparta in the cor…

Meanings of Be-given:

phrase

To do something regularly or as a habit

Usage examples:

She was given to staying in bed till lunchtime., she is friendly and given to easy laughter., neith…

Meanings of Caregiver:

noun

Someone who provides for the needs of children or of people who are ill or cannot provide for their own needs

Meanings of Forgive:

verb

Stop feeling angry or resentful towards (someone) for an offence, flaw, or mistake.

Usage examples:

I'll never forgive david for the way he treated her

Forgiven

fəˈɡɪv

Meanings of Forgiven:

verb

Stop feeling angry or resentful towards (someone) for an offence, flaw, or mistake.

Usage examples:

I'll never forgive david for the way he treated her

Meanings of Forgiveness:

noun

The action or process of forgiving or being forgiven.

Usage examples:

She is quick to ask forgiveness when she has overstepped the line

Forgivenesses

fəˈɡɪvnɪs

Meanings of Forgivenesses:

noun

The action or process of forgiving or being forgiven.

Usage examples:

She is quick to ask forgiveness when she has overstepped the line

Forgives

fəˈɡɪv

Meanings of Forgives:

verb

Stop feeling angry or resentful towards (someone) for an offence, flaw, or mistake.

Usage examples:

I'll never forgive david for the way he treated her

Meanings of Give a hoot:

idiom

Show no concern or interest; always used in the negative

phrase

Not care at all.

Usage examples:

She doesn't give a hoot what people think of her

Give and take

ˌɡɪv ən ˈteɪk

Meanings of Give and take:

noun

A free exchange of ideas or opinions

Usage examples:

We were simply told what to do – there wasn’t any give-and-take., any successful negotiation involv…
verb

Make concessions and compromises.

Usage examples:

Children learn how to give and take from such experiences

Give away

ˈɡɪv.əˌweɪ

Meanings of Give away:

phrasal verb

Make a gift of

noun

Something that communicates information, esp. when there is no intention to do this

Usage examples:

The look on his face when her name is mentioned is a dead giveaway., the tax cuts represent a givea…

Meanings of Give back:

phrasal verb

Pay back

Meanings of Give birth:

idiom

Cause to be born

phrase

Bear a child or young.

Usage examples:

She gave birth to a son

Meanings of Give ear:

idiom

Give heed (to)

Give in

ɡɪv

Meanings of Give in:

phrasal verb

Consent reluctantly

Meanings of Give it to:

phrasal verb

To finally agree to something that someone wants after first refusing

Usage examples:

If you want them to give in you'll have to offer them more than that., after months of resisting th…

Meanings of Give it up for:

phrase

Used to ask people to clap their hands to show their enjoyment or approval of a performance

Usage examples:

Ladies and gentlemen, will you give it up for danny jones., please give it up for a very talented y…

Meanings of Give it up to:

phrasal verb

To stop doing or to stop having something

Usage examples:

He gave up jogging after his heart attack., although behind in the chess match, he refused to give …

Give notice

ˈnəʊ.tɪs

Meanings of Give notice:

idiom

Inform (somebody) of something

verb

To become aware of, esp. by looking; to see

Usage examples:

[ i ] mary waved but he didn’t seem to notice., [ + that clause ] he noticed that she was staring a…
noun

A piece of written information on paper, a board, a website, etc.

Usage examples:

There was a notice about the proposed reorganization on all the office noticeboards., an inspection…
phrase

To ask someone who works for you to leave their job, usually after a particular period of time

Usage examples:

My boss gave me a month's notice., they gave me my notice yesterday., the law here requires employe…

Meanings of Give of:

phrase

To give your money, time, or best efforts, especially in a way that seems generous

Usage examples:

We're very grateful to all the people who have given of their time., uk she wasn't feeling well, so…
collocation

If you give an account of something that has happened, you describe it

Usage examples:

His lawyer gave an account of what happened that night., she gave a thrilling account of her life i…

Meanings of Give off:

phrasal verb

Have as a by-product

Meanings of Give onto:

phrasal verb

To open in the direction of something

Usage examples:

The patio doors give onto a small courtyard.

Meanings of Give out:

phrasal verb

Give to several people

Meanings of Give over:

phrasal verb

Allow oneself to be taken over by an emotion or addiction.

Usage examples:

I gave myself over to the joy of gliding down a long ski run

Meanings of Give over to:

phrasal verb

To give another person the use of something, or the responsibility for something or someone

Usage examples:

We've given the attic over to the children.

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