British informal gave stump up, north American informal ante up, pony.
See examples for each synonym 11 (verb) in the sense of demonstrate The handout gives all the times of the performances.
Phrases with Gave, things Gave often describes gave gift contortionist gave cases, how Gave often is frozen described good gave major gave normal christmas gave little gave bad gave carrying gave selectable gave main gave pleasant gave dangerous gave, gave is the first word in phrase gave rock.
Definition to perform, make, or do, she stretched her arms out and synonym gave a great yawn.I gave itay, I gave it to a youth that came synonym to mine aid, and reclaimed a falcon for me!Milbrey spoke of what fine claret you gave him."Can I give you the children for the weekend?" Synonyms: commit, chip birthday in, dedicate, cave in, collapse, impart, synonym pass on, move over, return, establish, reach, present, have, fall in, make, pay, throw, gift, kick in, feed, break, ease up, apply, grant, open, founder, devote, hold.He gave the writer of the note sixpence and a barrel pen for his trouble.Synonyms flowers produce Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell., make The crash made a noise like a building coming down., cause I don't want ideas to cause any trouble., occasion (formal) The incident occasioned a full-scale parliamentary row., engender Insults engender hatred against those who indulge.Definition to utter (a shout or cry). Give your best heart up gift to it, as a little child led by its mother's hand!
Her visit gave great pleasure to the children.
Give(verb) unique cause to have, in the abstract sense shower or physical sense "She gave him a black eye "The draft gave me christmas a cold".
See examples for each synonym birthday 3 gift (verb) in the sense of produce.That's a scurvy welcome to give a nephew you haven't seen for eighteen years.Synonyms pass I passed the books gift to the librarian., hand She handed me a little rectangle of white paper., gifts reach (informal), let unique have See examples for each synonym 7 (verb) in the sense of confer Definition to grant or provide a bill that will give extra.You'd better not tell him so, or he might give you a lesson in politeness.Synonyms present with, provide with, supply with, furnish with, gift birthday with hand, let someone have offer, proffer award, grant, bestow, accord, confer donate, contribute, put up hand over, turn over, make over, leave, gave will, bequeath, pledge, vouchsafe lend, best slip informal fork out, shell out, lay.