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Definition of 'give birth'

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His wife was only two days away from giving birth. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It also shows that giving birth is possible to do it without drugs. The Sun (2013)Giving birth has taken away my bitterness. Paige, Frances The Glasgow Girls (1994)Sound checks often give birth to new ideas, though. The Sun (2015)Sometimes they will follow a pregnant woman, waiting for the moment she gives birth. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My wife has just given birth so we've both been away. The Sun (2010)AN artist plans to give birth before an audience as part of an exhibition. The Sun (2011)I know your stomach doesn't go down straight away after giving birth but mine was so rounded. The Sun (2012)How could I expect her to understand the churning of my soul that giving birth had produced in me? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mothers planning to give birth in London's top teaching hospitals are lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tonight, those precious moments after Mum gives birth. The Sun (2015)

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