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  • 61give — 1. verb 1) she gave them $2000 Syn: present with, provide with, supply with, furnish with, let someone have; hand (over to), offer, proffer; award, grant (to), bestow on/upon, accord, confer on, make over to; donate to, contribute to …

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  • 62out — I [[t]a͟ʊt[/t]] ADVERB USES ♦ (Out is often used with verbs of movement, such as walk and pull , and also in phrasal verbs such as give out and run out .) 1) ADV: ADV after v When something is in a particular place and you take it out, you remove …

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  • 63give — [[t]gɪv[/t]] v. gave, giv•en, giv•ing, n. 1) to present voluntarily and without expecting compensation: to give a birthday present to someone[/ex] 2) to hand to someone: Give me that plate, please[/ex] 3) to place in someone s care: I gave the… …

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  • 64give way — verb 1. move in order to make room for someone for something (Freq. 7) The park gave way to a supermarket Move over, he told the crowd • Syn: ↑move over, ↑give, ↑ease up, ↑yield • …

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  • 65give over — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abdicate, abjure, abort, acknowledge defeat, beg a truce, belay, cancel, capitulate, cease, cede, circulate, come across with, come off, come to terms, cry pax, cry quits, cut it out, cut out, deliver, deliver …

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  • 66give in — Synonyms and related words: back down, bow to, break off combat, cave in, cease resistance, circulate, come across with, deliver, deliver over, distribute, fork over, forward, give ground, give out, give over, give up, give way, hand, hand in,… …

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  • 67give — I UK [ɡɪv] / US verb Word forms give : present tense I/you/we/they give he/she/it gives present participle giving past tense gave UK [ɡeɪv] / US past participle given UK [ˈɡɪv(ə)n] / US *** 1) [transitive] to put something in someone s hand, or… …

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  • 68give off — {v.} To send out; let out; put forth. * /Rotten eggs give off a bad smell./ * /Burning leaves give off thick smoke./ Syn.: GIVE OUT(2) …

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  • 69give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …

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  • 70give off — {v.} To send out; let out; put forth. * /Rotten eggs give off a bad smell./ * /Burning leaves give off thick smoke./ Syn.: GIVE OUT(2) …

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  • 71give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …

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  • 72give\ off — v To send out; let out; put forth. Rotten eggs give off a bad smell. Burning leaves give off thick smoke. Syn.: give out(2) …

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  • 73give\ way — v 1. To go back; retreat. The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire. Compare: fall back 2. To make room, get out of the way. The children gave way and let their mother through the door. Compare: make way 3. To lose control of yourself;… …

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  • 74give —    is used occasionally tout court, but usually in a phrase, meaning copulation, such as give a little, access to your body, in to, it, it to, out, the ferret a run, the time to, (up) your treasure, way, your all, your body, and yourself. In most …

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  • 75give off — Synonyms and related words: aerate, aerify, atomize, bleed, blow, breathe out, carbonate, chlorinate, discharge, distill, effuse, egest, eliminate, emit, etherify, etherize, evacuate, evaporate, excrete, exfiltrate, exhale, exhaust, expire,… …

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  • 76give off — or give out PHRASAL VERB If something gives off or gives out a gas, heat, or a smell, it produces it and sends it out into the air. [V P n (not pron)] ...natural gas, which gives off less carbon dioxide than coal... [V P n (not pron)] Substances… …

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  • 77give-up the ghost — verb pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life She died from cancer The children perished in the fire The patient went peacefully The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102 • Syn: ↑die,… …

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  • 78give off — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. exude, emit, produce (see excretion). II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. smell of, effuse, emanate; see emit 1 , smell 1 . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually… …

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  • 79give forth — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. expel, discharge, send forth; see emit 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently: emit, give, give off, give out, issue, let off, let out, release, send… …

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  • 80give forth — verb give out (breath or an odor) (Freq. 1) The chimney exhales a thick smoke • Syn: ↑exhale, ↑emanate • Derivationally related forms: ↑emanation (for: ↑emanate), ↑ …

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