give lietuviškai

give vertimas (gave; given) v 1) duoti, atiduoti; 2) dovanoti; 3) mokėti 4) ruošti (pietus); 5) paskirti (darbus); to give a cry sušukti; to give a look pažvelgti; to give birth gimdyti; to give ear (to smb) išklausyti; to give rise / ground užleisti, atsitraukti; to give way pasiduoti; susvyruoti; to give away a) išduoti; duoti; b) prasitarti; to give smb his/her due teisingaipripažinti; I don't give a damn! man nusispjauti!; to give back a) atiduoti; grąžinti; b) atmokėti (už skriaudą); to give forth a) išleisti; b) paskelbti; to give in a) pasiduoti, nusileisti; b) įteikti (pareiškimą); to give off išleisti (dūmus, kvapą); to give out a) pasibaigti; b) išleisti (knygą); c) pasibaigti (apie jėgas); to give over a) perduoti; b) mesti (įprotį); c) šnek. nustoti, baigti; to give up a) mesti (rūkyti, užsiėmimus); b) atsisakyti (beviltiško ligonio); c) nustoti draugauti; to give oneself up pasiduoti; to give a piece of one's mind - įkrėsti proto

Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (elasticity) the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
  • (cause, have, abstract) to cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense
  • (furnish) to be the cause or source of
  • (sell) to transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
  • (state) to convey or reveal information
  • (convey, compliment, regards) to convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, and so on
  • (direct) to organize or be responsible for
  • (convey, communicate, smile) to convey or communicate, as with a smile, a look, or a physical gesture
  • (gift) to give as a present; to make a gift of
  • (cause, happen, be) to cause to happen or be responsible for
  • (produce) to give or supply
  • (transmit, knowledge, skills) to transmit (knowledge or skills)
  • (establish) to bring about
  • (leave with) to leave with; to give temporarily
  • (utter) to emit or utter
  • (release) to endure the loss of
  • (place, hands, custody) to place into the hands or custody of
  • (use) to give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
  • (give, medicine) to give (as medicine)
  • (distribute) to give or convey physically
  • (bestow, especially officially) to bestow, especially officially
  • (move) to move to make room for someone for something
  • (ply) to give food to
  • (chip in) to contribute to some cause
  • (collapse) to break down, literally or metaphorically
  • (estimate) to estimate the duration or outcome of something
  • (execute) to execute and deliver
  • (compensate) to deliver in exchange or recompense
  • (open) to afford access to
  • (shew) to present to view
  • (performing arts) to perform for an audience
  • (stretch) to be flexible under stress of physical force
  • (law) to accord by verdict
  • (express) to manifest or show
  • (pledge) to offer in good faith
  • (submit) to submit for consideration, judgment, or use
  • (lead) to guide or direct, as by behavior of persuasion
  • (permit) to allow to have or take
  • (inflict) to inflict as a punishment
  • (accept) to consent to engage in sexual intercourse with a man
  • (proffer) to proffer (a body part)
  • (plan) to present for consideration, examination, criticism, and so on
  • (alter) to bestow a quality on
  • (develop) to come to pass

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