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Definition of 'give out'

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And anyway I'm not supposed to give out information about other patients. Dobbs, Michael THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTSI'm sorry, sir, I'm not permitted to give out information about guests. Adam, Paul A NASTY DOSE OF DEATHJust some punk who liked to give out his phone number to the pretty clerks he was robbing. James W. Hall BLACKWATER SOUND (2003)

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British English: give out /ɡɪv aʊt/ VERB
If you give out a number of things, you distribute them among a group of people.
They were giving out leaflets.
  • American English: give out
  • Arabic: يُوَزِّعُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: dar
  • Chinese: 分发
  • Croatian: dijeliti
  • Czech: rozdat
  • Danish: give ud
  • Dutch: uitdelen
  • European Spanish: distribuir
  • Finnish: jakaa antaa
  • French: distribuer
  • German: austeilen
  • Greek: διανέμω
  • Italian: distribuire
  • Japanese: 配布する
  • Korean: 배포하다
  • Norwegian: utgi
  • Polish: rozdać
  • European Portuguese: distribuir
  • Romanian: a împărți
  • Russian: раздавать
  • Spanish: distribuir entregar
  • Swedish: avge
  • Thai: แจกจ่าย
  • Turkish: dağıtmak vermek
  • Ukrainian: роздавати
  • Vietnamese: phát ra

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