give up‘Why’, she asks, ‘give up this healthy show of emotion for heart attacks?’
give riseThey give rise to a harmful consumption externality.
do not give
give awayI think that was a dead give away that was.
just give"I'll just give that a minute or two," he said, and left the room.
give the impression‘We give the impression of being in office, but not in power.’
prepare to give
order to giveThe theory uses the notion of a possible world in order to give its account of truth conditions for subjunctive conditionals.
give a damnNow, she realised, she didn't much give a damn.
need to giveThe first one is, you need to give longer courses of antibiotics to clear throat infections
also giveNot only do you know where you are trying to get to, but you can also give attention to attempting to discover the fall back position of your opponent.
do givePeople do give support to their kin but they do so in a way which is patchy, possibly idiosyncratic, and which certainly cannot be predicted simply from knowing how they are related to each other.
well giveIf you are going to cheat and sneak bars of chocolate or packets of salted peanuts into your cupboard to eat when no one 's around then you might as well give this book to somebody else.
want to give‘Some mornings when I wake up I just want to give it all up.
refuse to give
give additionalWe will give additional emphasis to upgrading skills and technology when allocating funds.
then giveThe logical thing to do is to plan a road racing season which will give you something to aim for in the summer, and then give yourself the option of trying another marathon in the autumn.
able to giveIt means we might be able to give higher doses, with less side effects.
i will give
i can give