give englannista suomeksi
antaa vastineeksi, antaa korvaukseksi
paljastaa, esittää tieto
lahjoittaa, antaa lahjaksi
tuoda julki, ilmaista
joustaa, antaa myöten
arvioida, antaa arvio
To transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone).
To cause (a sensation or feeling) to exist in.
To out (a physical interaction) with (something).
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To pass (something) into (someone's hand, etc.).
To cause (a disease or condition) in, or to transmit (a disease or condition) to.
1699, (w), ''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.
(quote-book)|page=21|year=1992|passage=A soldier noticed how earth "gave" as he walked over the shallow trenches.
To collapse under pressure or force.
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".
To lead (onto or into).
To provide a view of.
''His window gave the park.''
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.
(RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)
To cause (someone) to have; produce in (someone); effectuate.
To allow or admit by way of supposition; to concede.
''He can be bad-tempered, I'll give you that, but he's a hard worker.''
To attribute; to assign; to adjudge.
1777, (w), ''(w)''
- I don't wonder at people giving him to me for a lover..
To communicate or announce (advice, tidings, etc.); to pronounce or utter (an opinion, a judgment, a shout, etc.).
''The umpire finally gave his decision: the ball was out.''
To grant power or permission to; to allow.
1700, (w), ''The Ambitious Stepmother''
- once again'Tis given me to behold my friend.
To devote or apply (oneself).
''The soldiers give themselves to plunder.''
''That boy is given to fits of bad temper.''
To become soft or moist.
To shed tears; to weep.
To have a misgiving.
c. 1608-1634, (w), ''(w)''
- My mind gives ye're reserv'd / To rob poor market women.
To be going on, to be occurring
''This chair doesn't have much give.''
''There is no give in his dogmatic religious beliefs.''