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give British & World English

Freely transfer the possession of (something) to (someone)

lend colour to British & World English

Make something seem true or probable

have it large British & World English

Go out and enjoy oneself, typically with drink or drugs; go clubbing

put one's mind to British & World English

Direct all one’s attention to (achieving something)

lay odds British & World English

Offer a bet with odds favourable to the other better

not care a straw British & World English

Not have the slightest concern about

give me —— in give British & World English

I prefer or admire ——

give in in give British & World English

Cease fighting or arguing; admit defeat

give up in give British & World English

Cease making an effort; admit defeat

give in British & World English

Cease fighting or arguing; admit defeat

give up British & World English

Cease making an effort; admit defeat

give on to in give British & World English

(Of a window, door, corridor, etc.) overlook or lead into

give out in give British & World English

Be completely used up

give over in give British & World English

Stop doing something

give out British & World English

Be completely used up

give over British & World English

Stop doing something

lay odds in odds British & World English

Offer a bet with odds favourable to the other better

give suck in suck British & World English

Give milk from the breast or teat; suckle

give suck British & World English

Give milk from the breast or teat; suckle

give way in way British & World English

(Of a support or structure) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force; collapse or break

give way British & World English

(Of a support or structure) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force; collapse or break

give blood in blood British & World English

Allow blood to be removed medically from one’s body in order to be stored for use in transfusions

give blood British & World English

Allow blood to be removed medically from one’s body in order to be stored for use in transfusions

give birth in birth British & World English

Bear a child or young

give birth British & World English

Bear a child or young

give ground in ground1 British & World English

Retreat or lose one’s advantage during a conflict or competition

give ground British & World English

Retreat or lose one’s advantage during a conflict or competition

give me —— British & World English

I prefer or admire ——

give mouth in mouth British & World English

(Of a dog) bark; bay

give mouth British & World English

(Of a dog) bark; bay

give tongue in tongue British & World English

(Of hounds) bark, especially on finding a scent

give tongue British & World English

(Of hounds) bark, especially on finding a scent

give evidence in evidence British & World English

Give information and answer questions formally and in person in a law court or at an inquiry

give evidence British & World English

Give information and answer questions formally and in person in a law court or at an inquiry

I give you —— in give British & World English

Used to present a speaker or entertainer or when making a toast

give something in in give British & World English

Hand in a completed document to an official or a piece of work to a supervisor

give it up in give British & World English

Applaud a performer or entertainer

give someone up in give British & World English

Deliver a wanted person to authority

give something up in give British & World English

Part with something that one would prefer to keep

give up on in give British & World English

Stop having faith or belief in

give on to British & World English

(Of a window, door, corridor, etc.) overlook or lead into

give it up British & World English

Applaud a performer or entertainer

give up on British & World English

Stop having faith or belief in

give pursuit in pursuit British & World English

(Of a person, animal, or vehicle) start to chase another

give pursuit British & World English

(Of a person, animal, or vehicle) start to chase another

give someone/thing best in best British & World English

Admit the superiority of someone or something


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