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(Verb) 
Definition
to perform, make, or do
She stretched her arms out and gave a great yawn.
Synonyme
perform
people who have performed outstanding acts of bravery
,
do
I've always wanted to do a show on his life.
,
carry out
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execute
The landing was skilfully executed.
(Verb) 
Definition
to utter (a shout or cry)
He gave no details of his plans.
Synonyme
communicate
The result will be communicated to parents.
, ,
publish
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
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transmit
mosquitoes that transmit disease to humans
, , ,
emit
The stove emitted a cloud of evil-smelling smoke.
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issue
He issued a statement denying the allegations.
,
be a source of
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impart
the ability to impart knowledge and command respect
(Verb) 
Her visit gave great pleasure to the children.
Synonyme
produce
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
,
make
The crash made a noise like a building coming down.
,
cause
I don't want to cause any trouble.
,
occasion (formal)
The incident occasioned a full-scale parliamentary row.
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engender
Insults engender hatred against those who indulge in them.
(Verb) 
Definition
to host (a party)
That evening, I gave a dinner party for a few close friends.
Synonyme
,
hold
Applicants should normally hold an Honours degree.
,
provide
I will be happy to provide you with a copy of the report.
They did not provide any food.
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host
They hosted a dinner for visiting dignitaries.
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throw
Why not throw a party for your friends?
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lay on
(Verb) 
Definition
to present or hand (something) to someone
This recipe was given to me years ago.They still give to charity despite hard economic times.
Synonyme
present
The queen presented the prizes to the winning captain.
,
contribute
They say they would like to contribute more to charity.
,
donate
He frequently donates large sums to charity.
, ,
supply
an agreement to supply the library with new computers
, , ,
deliver
Don't promise what you can't deliver.
,
commit
The government have committed billions of pounds to the programme.
,
administer
The doctor came to watch the nurses administer the medications.
,
furnish
They'll be able to furnish you with the details.
, , ,
entrust
She entrusted her children to the care of their grandparents while she was away on a business trip.
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make over
,
hand over or out
Gegensätze
(Verb) 
Definition
to grant or provide
Could you give me that pencil, please?
Synonyme
pass
I passed the books to the librarian.
,
hand
She handed me a little rectangle of white paper.
,
reach (informal)
,
let have
(Verb) 
Definition
to grant or provide
a bill that will give extra rights to thousands of elderly people
Synonyme
confer
An honorary degree was conferred on him by the University of Vienna.
,
allow
Would you allow me to accompany you?
,
accord
On his return home, the government accorded him the rank of Colonel.
,
award
The contract has been awarded to a British shipyard.
,
grant
France has agreed to grant him political asylum.
,
permit
I was permitted to bring my camera into the concert.
Our constitution does not permit the sending of troops.
,
bestow
The Queen has bestowed a knighthood on him.
,
vouchsafe (old-fashioned)
He vouchsafed them a little more brandy.
(Verb) 
Definition
to yield or break under pressure
My knees gave under me.
Synonyme
collapse
A section of the Bay Bridge had collapsed.
,
fall
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack.
, ,
sink
Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat.
,
(Verb) 
Definition
to concede
You're a bright enough kid, I'll give you that.
Synonyme
concede
She finally conceded that he was right.
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allow
He allows that the development may result in social inequality.
,
grant
The magistrates granted that the charity was justified in bringing the action.
10 (Verb) 
Definition
to sacrifice or devote
a memorial to a man who gave his life for his country
Synonyme
surrender
She had to surrender all rights to her property.
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yield
He may yield control.
,
devote
He decided to devote the rest of his life to music.
,
hand over
,
relinquish
He does not intend to relinquish power.
,
part with
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cede
The General had promised to cede power by January.
11 (Verb) 
The handout gives all the times of the performances.
Synonyme
demonstrate
Have they demonstrated a commitment to democracy?
,
show
These figures show an increase in unemployment.
,
offer
His mother and sister rallied round offering comfort.
, ,
evidence
He still has a lot to learn, as is evidenced by his recent behaviour.
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display
It was unlike him to display his feelings.
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indicate
The survey indicated that most old people are independent.
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manifest
He's only convincing when that inner fury manifests itself.
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set forth

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See give in

Zitat

It is more blessed to give than to receive [Bible: Acts]

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of accord
Definition
to grant
On his return home, the government accorded him the rank of Colonel.
Synonyme
present with,
endow with,
bestow on,
confer on,
vouchsafe (old-fashioned),
impart with
in the sense of administer
The doctor came to watch the nurses administer the medications.
Synonyme
in the sense of allow
Definition
to permit someone to do something
Would you allow me to accompany you?
Synonyme
let,
consent to,
concede to,
assent to,
give leave to,
give the green light for,
give a blank cheque to

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