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give a wide berth to to stay out of the way of.
giveback a reduction in workers' salaries, benefits, or rights agreed to by a union during labor negotiations in exchange for some other concession by management or in recognition of depressed economic conditions.
give birth to bring a child or baby animal into the world.
give in to agree to something you don't want to agree to, especially after a long argument.
given past participle of give. [5 definitions]
given name a person's first name, given at birth or baptism, as distinguished from one's family name. (Cf. surname.)
give one's eyeteeth to give one's most valued possession, as for something that one greatly desires.
give rise to to lead to; cause.
give someone the finger (slang) to express anger or contempt by extending the middle finger upward.
give someone the slip to elude; escape.
give the gate to reject.
give up to surrender; yield. [3 definitions]
give up the ghost to lose one's life; die.
give way to withdraw. [3 definitions]
gizmo (informal) something nameless or whose name is forgotten, esp. a mechanical gadget or part; thingamajig.
gizzard an enlarged, muscular portion of the digestive tract of birds in which partially digested food is finely ground with the aid of abrasive particles. [2 definitions]
glabrous having no hair or fuzz; bald; smooth.
glacÚ having a glazed, frosted, or glossy surface; candied or iced. [2 definitions]
glacial of, concerning, coming from, or marked by the presence of glaciers or other large ice masses. [5 definitions]
glacial epoch see ice age.
glaciate to envelop or cover with ice or glaciers; freeze. [3 definitions]