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give  Verb
  1. Translate "give" to Spanish: dar, abastecer, conceder, entregar, otorgar, proveer, suministrar, surtir, administrar, aportar, brindar, conferir, dispensar, impartir, proporcionar, suplir, contribuir, ofrendar
    English Synonyms of "give": concede, give out, grant, donate, hand, hand out, give in
    Define meaning of "give": Proffer (a body part). ; Dedicate. ; Allow to have or take. ; Give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause. ; Convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow. ; Bestow. ; Bring about. ; Bring about. ; Organize or be responsible for. ; Transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody. ; Leave with; give temporarily. ; Place into the hands or custody of. ; Tell or deposit (information) knowledge.; Contribute to some cause. ; Bestow, especially officially. ; Be the cause or source of. ; Endure the loss of. ; Deliver in exchange or recompense.
  2. She gives me money, Ella me da dinero.
    She gave her hand to her little sister.
    Give thought to.
    Give priority to.
    Pay attention to.
    I give you two minutes to respond.
    She committed herself to the work of God.
    Give one's talents to a good cause.
    Consecrate your life to the church.
    Don't pay him any mind.
    Give the orders.
    Give him my best regards.
    Pay attention.
    Give hommage.
    Render thanks.
    His two singles gave the team the victory.
    The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth.
    Hold a reception.
    Have, throw, or make a party.
    Give a course.
    I gave her my money.
    Can you give me lessons?
    She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care.
    Can I give you my keys while I go in the pool?
    Can I give you the children for the weekend?
    Hand me the spoon, please.
    Turn the files over to me, please.
    He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers.
    Give a secret to the Russians.
    Leave your name and address here.
    I gave at the office.
    Grant a degree.
    Give a divorce.
    This bill grants us new rights.
    He gave me a lot of trouble.
    Our meeting afforded much interesting information.
    He gave his life for his children.
    I gave two sons to the war.
    I'll give you three books for four CDs.

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  3. Translate "give" to Spanish: dar, conceder
    Define meaning of "give": Dedicate. ; Manifest or show. ; Convey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture. ; Convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow. ; Transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody.
  4. His praise gives encouragement, Su elogio da ánimos.
    Give thought to.
    Give priority to.
    Pay attention to.
    This student gives promise of real creativity.
    The office gave evidence of tampering.
    Throw a glance.
    She gave me a dirty look.
    Don't pay him any mind.
    Give the orders.
    Give him my best regards.
    Pay attention.
    I gave her my money.
    Can you give me lessons?
    She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care.

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  5. Translate "give" to Spanish: dar
    Define meaning of "give": Contribute to some cause.
  6. I gave at the office.

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  7. Translate "give" to Spanish: donar, ceder, obsequiar, regalar, dar, diñar
    English Synonyms of "give": grant, give away, present, transfer, cede, donate, give up, bestow
    Define meaning of "give": Give as a present; make a gift of. ; Endure the loss of.
  8. What will you give her for her birthday?
    He gave his life for his children.
    I gave two sons to the war.

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  9. Translate "give" to Spanish: dar, reportar, producir
    English Synonyms of "give": yield, produce, fork out, fork over, fork up, give with, hand
    Define meaning of "give": Give or supply. ; Bring about. ; Be the cause or source of. ; Execute and deliver.
  10. The business yields much profit, El negocio da muchas ganancias.
    The cow brings in 5 liters of milk.
    This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn.
    The estate renders some revenue for the family.
    His two singles gave the team the victory.
    He gave me a lot of trouble.
    Our meeting afforded much interesting information.
    Give bond.

  11. Translate "give" to Spanish: dar, obsequiar, regalar
    English Synonyms of "give": present with
    Define meaning of "give": Proffer (a body part). ; Submit for consideration, judgment, or use. ; Perform for an audience.; Present to view.; Give as a present; make a gift of. ; Endure the loss of.
  12. She gave her hand to her little sister.
    Give one's opinion.
    Give an excuse.
    Pollini is giving another concert in New York.
    He gave the sign to start.
    What will you give her for her birthday?
    He gave his life for his children.
    I gave two sons to the war.


  13. Translate "give" to Spanish: ceder, flaquear, flojear
    English Synonyms of "give": lose strength, cede, falter, give way, submit, yield, call off the dogs, relent, give in
    Define meaning of "give": Be flexible under stress of physical force. ; Break down, literally or metaphorically.
  14. This material doesn't give.
    The wall collapsed.
    The business collapsed.
    The dam broke.
    The roof collapsed.
    The wall gave in.
    The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice.

  15. Translate "give" to Spanish: asestar, lanzar
    English Synonyms of "give": deliver, strike, inflict, pack
    Define meaning of "give": Inflict as a punishment.; Give or convey physically.
  16. Ann gives Sue a blow, Ana le lanza a Sue un golpe.
    She gave the boy a good spanking.
    The judge gave me 10 years.
    She gave him First Aid.
    I gave him a punch in the nose.

  17. Translate "give" to Spanish: fondearse, doblarse, ceder, fondear
    English Synonyms of "give": collapse, bend, bend over, buckle, fall in, give in, sag, yield
    Define meaning of "give": Be flexible under stress of physical force. ; Break down, literally or metaphorically.
  18. The floor gave and we fell, El piso fondeó y caímos.
    This material doesn't give.
    The wall collapsed.
    The business collapsed.
    The dam broke.
    The roof collapsed.
    The wall gave in.
    The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice.


  19. Translate "give" to Spanish: propinar, pegar
    English Synonyms of "give": deal
    Define meaning of "give": Inflict as a punishment.; Give or convey physically.
  20. She gave him a good thrashing, Ella le pegó una tremenda paliza.
    She gave the boy a good spanking.
    The judge gave me 10 years.
    She gave him First Aid.
    I gave him a punch in the nose.

give  Interjection
  1. Translate "give" to Spanish: dígalo
    English Synonyms of "give": out with it, say it, shoot, spit it out

Verb Conjugation for "give"
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