give是什么意思 give在线翻译 give什么意思 give的意思 give的翻译 give的解释 give的发音 give的同义词 give的反义词 give的例句 give的相关词组
及物/不及物动词给予; 赠送; 作出
及物动词供给; 产生; 举办; （为购买某物或做某事而）支付
1. give out : 分发, 发出, 耗尽；
2. give off : 发出；
3. give on : (门/窗)向着(街/园)；
4. give over : 停止, 放弃；
5. give into : 通向；
6. give back : 归还, 恢复；
7. give oneself over to : 使沉湎于, 使纵情于；
8. give or take : 增减...而无大变化, 允许有小误差；
9. give up : 放弃, 停止, 认输；
10. give forth : 发出, 发表；
11. give in : 屈服, 让步, 交上；
1. Given the opportunity, she might well have become an outstanding artist.
2. Can you give me a job?
3. You've given me your cold.
1. The ice gave under his weight.
A：Could you give him this (message/ report/ document), please?
A：(Let me/ Allow me to/ Give me some time to) think about it.
A：What do you know about this guy?
B：He’ll give you a good (deal/ bargain/ price)
1. 送：如果有人不是很确定天气, 可以在明天早上(SAT)出发前, (7:30以后打电话问我)有点像是批踢踢(ptt)的赠送(give)版要是之前在台湾有无肇事纪录(NCD)的话
2. 赠送：如果有人不是很确定天气, 可以在明天早上(SAT)出发前, (7:30以后打电话问我)有点像是批踢踢(ptt)的赠送(give)版要是之前在台湾有无肇事纪录(NCD)的话
与表示动作的名词连用（USED WITH NOUNS DESCRIBING ACTIONS）
You can use give with nouns that refer to physical actions. The whole expression refers to the performing of the action. For example, She gave a smile means almost the same as 'She smiled'.
e.g. She stretched her arms out and gave a great yawn...
e.g. Giving a sigh, she fell to her knees at my feet...
You use give to say that a person does something for another person. For example, if you give someone a lift, you take them somewhere in your car.
e.g. I gave her a lift back out to her house...
e.g. He was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation...
You use give with nouns that refer to information, opinions, or greetings to indicate that something is communicated. For example, if you give someone some news, you tell it to them.
e.g. He gave no details...
e.g. Would you like to give me your name?...
You use give to say how long you think something will last or how much you think something will be.
e.g. A BBC poll gave the Labour Party a 12 per cent lead...
e.g. Ted and his lawyers gave the company 11 months to sell off everything.
People use give in expressions such as I don't give a damn to show that they do not care about something.
e.g. They don't give a damn about the country.
If someone or something gives you a particular idea or impression, it causes you to have that idea or impression.
e.g. They gave me the impression that they were doing exactly what they wanted in life...
e.g. The examiner's final report does not give an accurate picture.
If someone or something gives you a particular physical or emotional feeling, it makes you experience it.
e.g. He gave me a shock...
e.g. It will give great pleasure to the many thousands of children who visit the hospital each year.
If you give a performance or speech, you perform or speak in public.
e.g. Kotto gives a stupendous performance...
e.g. I am sure you remember Mrs Butler who gave us such an interesting talk last year.
If you give something thought or attention, you think about it, concentrate on it, or deal with it.
e.g. I've been giving it some thought...
e.g. Priority will be given to those who apply early.
If you give a party or other social event, you organize it.
e.g. That evening, I gave a dinner party for a few close friends.
If you give someone something that you own or have bought, you provide them with it, so that they have it or can use it.
e.g. They gave us T-shirts and stickers...
e.g. He gave money to the World Health Organisation to help defeat smallpox...
If you give someone something that you are holding or that is near you, you pass it to them, so that they are then holding it.
e.g. Give me that pencil...
e.g. He pulled a handkerchief from his pocket and gave it to him.
To give someone or something a particular power or right means to allow them to have it.
e.g. ...a citizen's charter giving rights to gays...
e.g. The draft would give the president the power to appoint the central bank's chairman.
其他用法，词组和动词短语（OTHER USES, PHRASES, AND PHRASAL VERBS）
If something gives, it collapses or breaks under pressure.
e.g. My knees gave under me.
You say that you are given to understand or believe that something is the case when you do not want to say how you found out about it, or who told you.
e.g. We were given to understand that he was ill...
e.g. He has been given to believe that there may be a future for him and Maria together.
If someone gives as good as they get, they fight or argue as well as the person they are fighting or arguing with.
e.g. For the first time in 12 years, the Democrats are giving as good as they get.
You use give in phrases such as I'd give anything ,I'd give my right arm, and what wouldn't I give to emphasize that you are very eager to do or have something.
e.g. I'd give anything to be like you.
You use give me to say that you would rather have one thing than another, especially when you have just mentioned the thing that you do not want.
e.g. I've never had anything barbecued and I don't want it. Give me a good roast dinner any day.
If you say that something requires give and take, you mean that people must compromise or co-operate for it to be successful.
e.g. ...a happy relationship where there's a lot of give and take.
Give or take is used to indicate that an amount is approximate. For example, if you say that something is fifty years old, give or take a few years, you mean that it is approximately fifty years old.
e.g. They grow to a height of 12 ins — give or take a couple of inches.
You say I'll give you that to indicate that you admit that someone has a particular characteristic or ability.
e.g. You're a bright enough kid, I'll give you that.
If an audience is asked to give it up for a performer, they are being asked to applaud.
e.g. Ladies and Gentlemen, give it up for Fred Durst.
1. the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
1. proffer (a body part)
e.g. She gave her hand to her little sister
2. consent to engage in sexual intercourse with a man
e.g. She gave herself to many men
e.g. what gives?
4. estimate the duration or outcome of something
e.g. He gave the patient three months to live
I gave him a very good chance at success
e.g. give thought to
give priority to
pay attention to
6. inflict as a punishment
e.g. She gave the boy a good spanking
The judge gave me 10 years
7. allow to have or take
e.g. I give you two minutes to respond
8. guide or direct, as by behavior of persuasion
e.g. You gave me to think that you agreed with me
9. submit for consideration, judgment, or use
e.g. give one's opinion
give an excuse
10. give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
e.g. She committed herself to the work of God
give one's talents to a good cause
consecrate your life to the church
11. offer in good faith
e.g. He gave her his word
12. manifest or show
e.g. This student gives promise of real creativity
The office gave evidence of tampering
13. convey or communicate
of a smile, a look, a physical gesture
e.g. Throw a glance
She gave me a dirty look
14. convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.
e.g. Don't pay him any mind
give the orders
Give him my best regards
e.g. give homage
16. accord by verdict
e.g. give a decision for the plaintiff
e.g. He gave the first of many toasts at the birthday party
18. give food to
e.g. Feed the starving children in India
don't give the child this tough meat
19. be flexible under stress of physical force
e.g. This material doesn't give
20. give or supply
e.g. 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
21. cause to happen or be responsible for
e.g. His two singles gave the team the victory
22. bring about
e.g. The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth
23. perform for an audience
e.g. Pollini is giving another concert in New York
24. present to view
e.g. He gave the sign to start
25. organize or be responsible for
e.g. hold a reception
have, throw, or make a party
give a course
26. move in order to make room for someone for something
e.g. The park gave way to a supermarket
`Move over,' he told the crowd
27. break down, literally or metaphorically
e.g. 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
28. transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
e.g. I gave her my money
can you give me lessons?
She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care
29. leave with
e.g. Can I give you my keys while I go in the pool?
Can I give you the children for the weekend?
30. give as a present
make a gift of
e.g. What will you give her for her birthday?
31. place into the hands or custody of
e.g. hand me the spoon, please
Turn the files over to me, please
He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers
32. convey or reveal information
e.g. Give one's name
33. transmit (knowledge or skills)
e.g. give a secret to the Russians
leave your name and address here
impart a new skill to the students
34. contribute to some cause
e.g. I gave at the office
35. give or convey physically
e.g. She gave him First Aid
I gave him a punch in the nose
36. give (as medicine)
e.g. I gave him the drug
37. cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense
e.g. She gave him a black eye
The draft gave me a cold
38. bestow, especially officially
e.g. grant a degree
give a divorce
This bill grants us new rights
39. be the cause or source of
e.g. He gave me a lot of trouble
Our meeting afforded much interesting information
40. endure the loss of
e.g. He gave his life for his children
I gave two sons to the war
41. afford access to
e.g. the door opens to the patio
The French doors give onto a terrace
42. deliver in exchange or recompense
e.g. I'll give you three books for four CDs
43. emit or utter
e.g. Give a gulp
give a yelp
44. execute and deliver
e.g. Give bond
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