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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɡɪv/ * Rhymes: -ɪv

  • IPA(key): /ɡɪv/
  • Rhymes: -ɪv

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English - Etymology

From Middle English _given_, from Old Norse _gefa_ (“to give”), from Proto-Germanic _*gebaną_ (“to give”), from Proto-Indo-European _*gʰh₁bʰ-_ (“to take, hold, have”). Displaced or merged with native Middle English _yiven_, _ȝeven_, from Old English _ġiefan_, from the same Proto-Germanic source (compare the inherited now obsolete English doublet _yive_). Cognate with Scots _gie_ (“to give”), Danish _give_ (“to give”), Swedish _giva_, _ge_ (“to give”), Icelandic _gefa_ (“to give”), North Frisian _jiw_, _jiiw_, _jeewe_ (“to give”), West Frisian _jaan_ (“to give”), Low German _geven_ (“to give”), Dutch _geven_ (“to give”), German _geben_ (“to give”), Latin _habeō_ (“have, hold”), Old Irish _gaibim_ (“I hold”), Lithuanian _gabenti_ (“to carry, transport”), Polish _gabać_ (“to grab, snatch”), Sanskrit _गभस्ति_ (gabhasti, “hand”).

From Middle English given, from Old Norse gefa (to give), from Proto-Germanic *gebaną (to give), from Proto-Indo-European *gʰh₁bʰ- (to take, hold, have). Displaced or merged with native Middle English yiven, ȝeven, from Old English ġiefan, from the same Proto-Germanic source (compare the inherited now obsolete English doublet yive). Cognate with Scots gie (to give), Danish give (to give), Swedish giva, ge (to give), Icelandic gefa (to give), North Frisian jiw, jiiw, jeewe (to give), West Frisian jaan (to give), Low German geven (to give), Dutch geven (to give), German geben (to give), Latin habeō (have, hold), Old Irish gaibim (I hold), Lithuanian gabenti (to carry, transport), Polish gabać (to grab, snatch), Sanskrit गभस्ति (gabhasti, hand).

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - VERB
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English - Verb

GIVE (_third-person singular simple present_ GIVES, _present participle_ GIVING, _simple past_ GAVE, _past participle_ GIVEN) * (transitive, may take two objects) To move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere. * To transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone). _I GAVE him my coat._ _I GAVE my coat to the beggar._ _When they asked, I GAVE my coat._ * To make a present or gift of. _I'm going to GIVE my wife a necklace for her birthday._ _She GAVE a pair of shoes to her husband for their anniversary._ _He GIVES of his energies to the organization._ * To pledge. _I GAVE him my word that I'd protect his children._ * To provide (something) to (someone), to allow or afford. _I GAVE them permission to miss tomorrow's class._ _Please GIVE me some more time._ * To cause (a sensation or feeling) to exist in. _It GIVES me a lot of pleasure to be here tonight._ _The fence GAVE me an electric shock._ _My mother-in-law GIVES me nothing but grief._ * To carry out (a physical interaction) with (something). _I want to GIVE you a kiss._ _She GAVE him a hug._ _I'd like to GIVE the tire a kick._ _I GAVE the boy a PUSH on the swing._ _She GAVE me a wink afterwards, so I knew she was joking._ * To pass (something) into (someone's) hand or the like. _GIVE me your hand._ _On entering the house, he GAVE his coat to the doorman._ * To cause (a disease or condition) in, or to transmit (a disease or condition) to. _My boyfriend GAVE me chlamydia._ _He was convinced that it was his alcoholism that GAVE him cancer._ * 1699, William Temple, _Heads designed for an essay on conversations_ Study GIVES strength to the mind; conversation, grace: the first apt to GIVE stiffness, the other suppleness: one GIVES substance and form to the statue, the other polishes it. * (transitive, may take two objects) To estimate or predict (a duration or probability) for (something). _I GIVE it ten minutes before he gives up._ _I GIVE it a 95% chance of success._ _I'll GIVE their marriage six months._ * (intransitive) To yield slightly when a force is applied. * (intransitive) To collapse under pressure or force. _One pillar GAVE, then more, and suddenly the whole floor pancaked onto the floor below._ * (transitive) To provide, as, a service or a broadcast. _They're GIVING my favorite show!_ * 2003, Iain Aitken, _Value-Driven IT Management: Commercializing the IT Function_, page 153 […] who did not have a culture in which 'GIVING good presentation' and successfully playing the internal political game was the way up. * 2006, Christopher Matthew Spencer _The Ebay Entrepreneur_, page 248 A friendly voice on the phone welcoming prospective new clients is a must. Don't underestimate the importance of GIVING good "phone". * (intransitive) To lead (onto or into). _The master bedroom GIVES onto a spacious balcony._ * To exhibit as a product or result; to produce; to yield. _The number of men, divided by the number of ships, GIVES four hundred to each ship._ * To cause; to make; used with the infinitive. * Shakespeare But there the duke was GIVEN to understand / That in a gondola were seen together / Lorenzo and his amorous Jessica. * To allow or admit by way of supposition. * Milton I GIVE not heaven for lost. * To attribute; to assign; to adjudge. * Sheridan I don't wonder at people's GIVING him to me as a lover. * To communicate or announce (advice, tidings, etc.); to pronounce or utter (an opinion,

give (third-person singular simple present gives, present participle giving, simple past gave, past participle given)

  1. (transitive, may take two objects) To move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere.
    1. To transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone).
      I gave him my coat.
      I gave my coat to the beggar.
      When they asked, I gave my coat.
    2. To make a present or gift of.
      I'm going to give my wife a necklace for her birthday.
      She gave a pair of shoes to her husband for their anniversary.
      He gives of his energies to the organization.
    3. To pledge.
      I gave him my word that I'd protect his children.
    4. To provide (something) to (someone), to allow or afford.
      I gave them permission to miss tomorrow's class.
      Please give me some more time.
    5. To cause (a sensation or feeling) to exist in.
      It gives me a lot of pleasure to be here tonight.
      The fence gave me an electric shock.
      My mother-in-law gives me nothing but grief.
    6. To carry out (a physical interaction) with (something).
      I want to give you a kiss.
      She gave him a hug.
      I'd like to give the tire a kick.
      I gave the boy a push on the swing.
      She gave me a wink afterwards, so I knew she was joking.
    7. To pass (something) into (someone's) hand or the like.
      Give me your hand.
      On entering the house, he gave his coat to the doorman.
    8. To cause (a disease or condition) in, or to transmit (a disease or condition) to.
      My boyfriend gave me chlamydia.
      He was convinced that it was his alcoholism that gave him cancer.
  2. (transitive, may take two objects) To estimate or predict (a duration or probability) for (something).
    I give it ten minutes before he gives up.
    I give it a 95% chance of success.
    I'll give their marriage six months.
  3. (intransitive) To yield slightly when a force is applied.
  4. (intransitive) To collapse under pressure or force.
    One pillar gave, then more, and suddenly the whole floor pancaked onto the floor below.
  5. (transitive) To provide, as, a service or a broadcast.
    They're giving my favorite show!
  6. (intransitive) To lead (onto or into).
    The master bedroom gives onto a spacious balcony.
  7. To exhibit as a product or result; to produce; to yield.
    The number of men, divided by the number of ships, gives four hundred to each ship.
  8. To cause; to make; used with the infinitive.
  9. To allow or admit by way of supposition.
  10. To attribute; to assign; to adjudge.
  11. To communicate or announce (advice, tidings, etc.); to pronounce or utter (an opinion,
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English - Noun

GIVE (_uncountable_) * (uncountable) The amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it. _This chair doesn't have much GIVE._

give (uncountable)

  1. (uncountable) The amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it.
    This chair doesn't have much give.

Que a categoria em DANISH - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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Danish - Alternative Forms

* gi' (representing the spoken language)

Que a categoria em DANISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Danish - Etymology

From Old Norse _gefa_, from Proto-Germanic _*gebaną_, from Proto-Indo-European _*gʰab(ʰ)-_.

From Old Norse gefa, from Proto-Germanic *gebaną, from Proto-Indo-European *gʰab(ʰ)-.

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Danish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɡiː/, /ɡiːvɐ/, [ˈɡ̊iːˀ], [ˈɡ̊iːʋɐ] * Rhymes: -iː, -iːvɐ

  • IPA(key): /ɡiː/, /ɡiːvɐ/, [ˈɡ̊iːˀ], [ˈɡ̊iːʋɐ]
  • Rhymes: -iː, -iːvɐ

Que a categoria em DANISH - VERB
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Danish - Verb

GIVE * To give. CONJUGATION DERIVED TERMS

give

  1. To give.

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