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3 Translation results for given in Spanish

adjective | noun | verb

given adjective

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dado, inclinado; determinado

Example sentences of
given adjective

  • a quiet man not given to loud expressions of emotion
  • candidates for the quiz show must complete the qualifying test within a given amount of time

Synonyms of
given adjective

given noun

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supuesto, presunción

Example sentences of
given noun

  • In our system it is a given that all are equal before the law.
  • it's a given that television viewers are influenced by advertising, even consciously or subconsciously

give verb

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gave, has given, is giving, gives
dar, regalar, obsequiar; hacer regalos; pagar; ceder, romperse; pronunciar; causar, ocasionar; otorgar

Example sentences of
give verb

  • Please give me your phone number.
  • Are you giving this to me or only lending it?
  • She has given money to many worthy causes.
  • They're asking people to give money for a new hospital.
  • Please give to our charity.
  • We already gave at the office.
  • It is better to give than to receive.
  • He gave me the letter.
  • He gave her his coat to hold.
  • He gave me a head start.
  • She gave him a camera for Christmas.
¿Sabías esto?
  • Tenga en cuenta que la forma en el pasado es gave.
¿Sabes lo que significa give up?
  • Give up significa parar de hacer algo o renunciar. I gave up eating hamburgers when I started the diet. Give up también significa parar de intentar algo. After trying for weeks to reach an agreement, the lawyers eventually gave up.

Detailed synonyms for give verb

Give, donate, deliver, hand over, transfer significan transferir o comunicar a otro.
  • Give, el término general, se puede aplicar a toda instancia de transferir algo por cualquier medio <giving money to the beggar> <gave the girl a ride on a pony> <give my love to your mother>.
  • Donate connota a menudo un acto público de dar, por ejemplo, a una organización benéfica <donated a piano to the nursing home>.
  • Deliver connota simplemente llevar algo a una persona o a un lugar <she delivers the mail on my street>.
  • Hand over sugiere ceder control de algo <the rebels agreed to hand over their weapons>.
  • Transfer connota mover algo o alguien, frecuentemente en una manera formal, de un lugar o de una persona a otra <they transferred the patient by helicopter to a different hospital>.

Related phrases for given

Reverse translation for given

dado  - given 
inclinado  - sloping, inclined, apt 
determinado  - certain, particular, determined, resolute 
presunción  - presumption, supposition, conceit, vanity 
dar  - to give, to suffice, to be enough, to deliver, to hand over, to hit, to strike, to yield, to produce, to perform, to give off, to emit 
regalar  - to present (as a gift), to give away, to regale, to entertain, to flatter, to make a fuss over 
obsequiar  - to give, to present 
pagar  - to pay, to pay, to pay for, to repay 
ceder  - to cede, to hand over, to yield, to give way, to diminish, to abate, to give in, to relent, to cave in, to back down 
romperse  - to break, to burst 
pronunciar  - to pronounce, to say, to give, to deliver (a speech) 
causar  - to cause, to provoke, to arouse 
ocasionar  - to cause, to occasion 
otorgar  - to grant, to award, to draw up, to frame (a legal document) 
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