Definición de given en inglés:

given

Saltos de línea: given
Pronunciación: /ˈgɪv(ə)n
 
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past participle of give

adjetivo

1Specified or stated: they gathered at a given time
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The site and range of control of pressure patterns decide the weather for any given area.
  • A player must obtain the specified number of runs and sets for any given round and play them on their field.
  • But this is not all: he feels that there is a little too much going on at any given moment.
Sinónimos
specified, stated, designated, set, particular, specific, named, identified, delineated, prescribed; agreed, appointed, decided, prearranged, predetermined
2 (given to) Inclined or disposed to: she was not often given to anger
Sinónimos
prone, liable, inclined, disposed, predisposed, apt, likely; (given to)in the habit of
3 Law, archaic (Of a document) signed and dated: this given under my hand this thirtieth day of October

preposición

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Taking into account: given the complexity of the task, they did a good job
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Physically shutting down the site would be very difficult given that it is hosted overseas.
  • It's especially unfair given that she looks so good in those few scenes she's in.
  • That is very poor given that serving food is partly how they make their living.
Sinónimos

sustantivo

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A known or established fact or situation: at a couture house, attentive service is a given
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Thereby, things present themselves not as indifferent givens, facts, but as meaningful: salient, expedient, obstructive, and so on.
  • One aspect of the deconstructive turn is the realization that things that we take for granted as givens are in fact inventions.
  • They are thought to have established the basic givens of human existence - life and death, sexual difference and reproduction, and the cycles of corporeal and spiritual regeneration.
Sinónimos
established fact, reality, certainty; Frenchdonnée

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