give upgive up.
give riseThe latter form of interference may give rise to liability in nuisance.
should giveIt should give yeah, I just need country yeah.
i can give
just give‘Now, if you would just give me room.’
also giveThe meeting will also give us an opportunity to discuss future initiatives in drug testing and the implications for governing bodies.
give wayNo, I will not give way again.
likely to giveand they're more likely to give more money to us
need to giveDo you want me to, have you got everything that you need to give me?
go to give
give evidenceDoes my right hon. Friend agree that the essence of this matter is that, if one makes a claim, one should be able to give evidence in support of it?
gonna giveSo she's not gonna give me the book?
give some ideaError bars show one standard deviation to give some idea of the variability among the six films.
able to giveHis assailants were aged 30 to 35, but the victim has been unable to give police any further description.
only giveThey'll only give you three months of Sky programmes.
give the impressionReferences to his synthesis sometimes give the impression that he achieved a complete fusion of Aristotelian with Christian doctrine, as if the two were rendered fully compatible.
give awayWe've got 100 bottles, worth £1.99 each, to give away to Hairflair readers.
give creditNo one is legally obliged to give credit if they don't want to.
order to giveIn order to give you some idea of the boundaries of the propositions these are numbered in the extract given above.