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Give away/out [something] means to distribute something:
- The bank was giving away calendars this week.
- The toy shop gave balloons out to children today.
Give [someone] away means to reveal a person’s real identity or secret:
- Bob dressed as Santa Clause, but his cologne gave him away.
- The bank robber’s raspy voice gave him away and he was easily identified.
Give in means to surrender or yield one’s opinion or position:
- The boss finally gave in and let me have a day off on Friday.
- No matter how much the children begged their mother for a new toy, she didn’t give in.
We use give it up for ~ in the imperative form to mean “please begin applauding for ~”:
- And now, please give it up for our featured presenter, Mr. Bill Gates!
- Ladies and Gentlemen: Let’s give it up for our employee of the month, Jack Jones. Continue reading Phrasal verbs with give