Translation for 'gift' from English to Greek
NOUN   a gift | gifts
VERB   to gift | gifted | gifted
gifting | gifts
SYNO endowment | gift | giving | ...
gift {noun}δώρο {το}
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Translation for 'gift' from English to Greek

gift {noun}
δώρο {το}
Usage Examples English
  • The case establishes that a gift of chattels cannot be perfected by showing them to a donee and stating words of gift. In order to establish a gift there are three requirements.
  • "A donor usually considers a current gift to your institution as a cash outlay now.
  • A gift consists of bestowing the ownership of property upon some other person without receiving anything in return.
  • Many shops that are not primarily gift shops become gift shops during typical gift-giving periods such as Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day and Easter offering ranges of gift products for a limited time period in the build-up to these celebrations.
  • In Christianity, the word of wisdom is a spiritual gift listed in 1 Corinthians 12:8.

  • Prizes: For the second game, a $200 department store gift voucher (First place twice), a $100 department store gift voucher (First place), a $50 CJ gift voucher (Second place), and $10 gift card (Last place).
  • Gift of the Mummy: Ismat tries to find the perfect gift for her dads' anniversary but learns that their gift is her.
  • A young Moses Shezi grew up with the gift of seeing into the future. When his gift leads to the death of his mother, he keeps silent about his gift.
  • Visa, Mastercard and American Express gift cards are initially funded by a credit card or bank account, after which the funding account and gift card are not connected to one another.
  • For gift card fraud, retailers are prone to be exploited by fraudsters in their attempts to steal gift cards via bot technology or through stolen credit card information.

  • Similar "gift" names include the Greek "Theodore" ("gift of God"), the Persian "Mithradates" ("gift of Mithras") and Datis ("gift"), and the Hebrew "Matanya" ("gift of Jah").
  • In response to an increasing demand for ethical consumerism surrounding gift-giving occasions, charities have promoted an alternative gift market, in which charitable contributions are made on behalf of the gift "recipient".
  • The sculpture is a gift from the Gift of Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation.
  • A charity gift card allows a gift giver to make a charitable donation that the gift recipient may direct to the charity of their choice.
  • Several rules of etiquette are proposed in popular media regarding regifting; they include rewrapping the gift, not using the gift before regifting it, and not giving the gift back to the original gift-giver.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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