He gave out copies of the report at the end of the meeting.
He poured a cup of coffee and gave it to Isabel.
Notes: Separable optional, international English, give away, meaning: Distribute something for free.Don't give away the ending of the story, it'll spoil.Do you give money to charity?When I spoke to you, you didn't say you'd given the idea away.Mary was given away by the Marquis of Winchester.Example: In this issue of the magazine, they are giving away a free DVD.The politician gave away his best chance to win the election when he foolishly said the wrong thing.
Notes: Separable optional, international English, give away, meaning: Give without asking for or expecting payment.
Notes: Separable optional, international English, contributed By: a href profiles/view/390 rel"author" Michael Belasco /a Give away, meaning: Give an advantage to your opponent in a sport by making a mistake, playing badly, etc.
Notes: Inseparable International English Contributed By: a href profiles/view/390 rel"author" Michael Belasco /a Give away Meaning: Give a weight advantage to an opponent in boxing Example: He is giving away thirty pounds to the challenger.Her parents gave her a car for her birthday.Example: He decided to give his new album away in a magazine.They tried to give away unwanted kittens.Home Reference Phrasal Verbs Give away, give away, meaning: Entrust your daughter to her husband through the marriage ceremony.Example: They gave away two goals in the first half.The insincerity of his apology was given away by that slight smirk on his face.Notes: Separable optional International English Other Phrasal Verbs We have 22 phrasal verbs with 'give'.