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Another word for give

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Verb
  1. To make a gift of.

    See also:

    give

  2. To present as a gift to a charity or cause

    See also:

    give

  3. To relinquish to the possession or control of another

      1. Used other than as an idiom: see turn,"Ž over.
      2. To flip over; to rotate uppermost to bottom.
      3. (idiomatic) To relinquish; give back.
      1. To convey or cause to pass from one place, person, or thing to another.
      2. To make over the possession or legal title of (property, for example); convey.
      3. To convey (a design, for example) from one surface to another, as by impression.
      1. To make available for use; provide:
      2. To provide something necessary or desired to; furnish or equip:
      3. To have as a necessary or desirable feature:
      1. To make available (something needed or desired); furnish:
      2. To supply something needed or desired to:
      3. To have as an available or desirable feature; afford:
      1. (idiomatic) To relinquish control or possession of something to someone.
      2. Alternative spelling of handover.
      1. The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb.
      2. A homologous or similar part in other animals, as the terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates.
      3. A unit of length equal to 4 inches (10.2 centimeters), used especially to specify the height of a horse.
      1. To provide (what is needed or desired):
      2. To provide furniture for:
      3. To provide something necessary or desired to; equip:
      1. To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute:
      2. To surrender (someone or something) to another; hand over:
      3. To secure (something promised or desired), as for a candidate or political party:
    See also:

    give

  4. To provide as a remedy

    See also:

    give

  5. To mete out by means of some action

      1. To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute:
      2. To surrender (someone or something) to another; hand over:
      3. To secure (something promised or desired), as for a candidate or political party:
      1. To give out in shares or portions; apportion:
      2. To distribute (playing cards) among players.
      3. To give (a specific card) to a player while so distributing.
      1. To have charge of; manage.
      2. To give or apply in a formal way:
      3. To apply as a remedy:
    See also:

    give

  6. To let have as a favor, prerogative, or privilege

      1. To condescend to grant or bestow (something):
      2. To condescend (to do something); deign:
      3. To disclose or reveal:
      1. To allow or consent to the fulfillment of (something requested):
      2. To give or confer officially or formally:
      3. To transfer (property) by a deed.
      1. To acknowledge, often reluctantly, as being true, just, or proper; admit:
      2. To acknowledge or admit (defeat).
      3. To acknowledge defeat in:
      1. To grant as merited or due:
      2. To grant an amount or other benefit legally due:
      3. Something awarded or granted, as for merit.
      1. To give or grant, especially as being due or appropriate:
      2. To cause to conform or agree; bring into harmony.
      3. To be in agreement, unity, or harmony.
    See also:

    give

  7. To put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance.

  8. To devote (oneself or one's efforts)

      1. To cause to move around an axis or center; cause to rotate or revolve:
      2. To cause to move around in order to achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening, or loosening:
      3. To alter or control the functioning of (a mechanical device, for example) by the use of a rotating or similar movement:
      1. The distinctness or clarity of an image rendered by an optical system.
      2. The state of maximum distinctness or clarity of such an image:
      3. An apparatus used to adjust the focal length of an optical system in order to make an image distinct or clear:
      1. To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
      2. To supervise or oversee (an activity or process):
      3. To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.
      1. To give or apply (one's time, attention, or self, for example) entirely to a particular activity, pursuit, cause, or person.
      2. To set apart for a specific purpose or use:
      1. To set apart for a deity or for religious purposes; consecrate.
      2. To set apart for a special use:
      3. To commit (oneself) to a particular course of thought or action:
      1. To direct or draw toward a common center; focus.
      2. To bring into one main body:
      3. To make (a solution or mixture) less dilute.
      1. (idiomatic) To put forth the needed effort; to focus; become serious; apply oneself (e.g. to work or study).
      1. To cause to assume a curved or angular shape:
      2. To bring (a bow, for example) into a state of tension by drawing on a string or line.
      3. To force to assume a different direction or shape, according to one's own purpose:
      1. To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:
      2. To put to or adapt for a special use:
      3. To put into action:
      1. To speak to:
      2. To make a formal speech to:
      3. To direct (a spoken or written message) to the attention of:
  9. To set aside or distribute as a share

    See also:

    collect

  10. To produce on the stage

      1. A raised and level floor or platform.
      2. A raised platform on which theatrical performances are presented.
      3. An area in which actors perform.
      1. Pretended; feigned.
      2. A deceptive outward appearance.
      3. The act of teasing or misleading someone, especially for amusement.
      1. A moment or period in time perceptible as intermediate between past and future; now.
      2. The present tense.
      3. A verb form in the present tense.
      1. To begin and carry through to completion; do:
      2. To take action in accordance with the requirements of; fulfill:
      3. To enact (a feat or role) before an audience.
      1. To make into law:
      2. To act (something) out, as on a stage:
      1. To adapt (a story or literary work) for dramatic presentation, as in a theater or on television or radio.
      2. To present or draw attention to in a dramatic way:
      3. To be adaptable to dramatic form:
      1. To perform or execute; carry out:
      2. To fulfill the requirements of:
      3. To perform the tasks or behaviors typically associated with (something), especially as part of one's character or normal duties:
      1. The process of doing or performing something:
      2. Something done or performed; a deed:
      3. Something done that has legal significance:
  11. To organize and carry out (an activity)

      1. A raised and level floor or platform.
      2. A raised platform on which theatrical performances are presented.
      3. An area in which actors perform.
      1. To have and keep in one's grasp:
      2. To aim or direct; point:
      3. To keep from falling or moving; support:
      1. To be in possession of:
      2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
      3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
  12. To cause (a disease) to pass to another or others

    See also:

    move

  13. To bring forth (a product)

      1. To give forth by a natural process, especially by cultivation:
      2. To furnish as return for effort or investment; be productive of:
      3. To give over possession of, as in deference or defeat; surrender:
      1. To bring forth; yield:
      2. To create by physical or mental effort:
      3. To manufacture:
      1. To carry (something) on one's person from one place to another:
      2. To move from one place to another while containing or supporting (something); convey or transport:
      3. To cause to move by or with steady pressure; push:
    See also:

    rich

  14. To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

    See also:

    move

    free

  15. To be unable to hold up

      1. To cause to assume a curved or angular shape:
      2. To bring (a bow, for example) into a state of tension by drawing on a string or line.
      3. To force to assume a different direction or shape, according to one's own purpose:
    See also:

    help

  16. To fall in

      1. To move or travel; proceed:
      2. To move away from a place; depart:
      3. To pursue a certain course:
      1. To crush together or press into wrinkles; rumple.
      2. To cause to collapse.
      3. To become wrinkled.
      1. To fall down or inward suddenly; cave in.
      2. To break down suddenly in strength or health and thereby cease to function:
      3. To fold compactly:
      1. A collapse, as of a tunnel or structure.
      2. A place where a cave-in has occurred.
      3. An act or instance of ceasing opposition or resistance:
      1. A clasp for fastening two ends, as of straps or a belt, in which a device attached to one of the ends is fitted or coupled to the other.
      2. An ornament that resembles this clasp, such as a metal square on a shoe or hat.
      3. An instance of bending, warping, or crumpling; a bend or bulge.
    Idioms:
    See also:

    explosion

Noun
  1. The quality or state of being flexible

    See also:

    flexible

Idioms:

    give away

  1. To disclose in a breach of confidence

  2. give back

  3. To put (someone) in the possession of a prior position or office

  4. give back

  5. To send, put, or carry back to a former location

  6. give forth

  7. To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

  8. give in

  9. To cease opposition

  10. give off

  11. To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

  12. give out

  13. To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

  14. give out

  15. To cease functioning properly

  16. give out

  17. To suddenly lose all health or strength

  18. give out

  19. To lose so much strength and power as to become ineffective or motionless

  20. give out

  21. To make or become no longer active or productive

  22. give out

  23. To prove deficient or insufficient

  24. give over

  25. To yield (oneself) unrestrainedly, as to a particular impulse

  26. give over

  27. To cease consideration or treatment of

  28. give up

  29. To yield (oneself) unrestrainedly, as to a particular impulse

  30. give up

  31. To desist from, cease, or discontinue (a habit, for example)

  32. give up

  33. To cease consideration or treatment of

  34. give up

  35. To lose all hope

Another word for give

Verb
  1. To transfer