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 Translation for 'to give' from English to Greek
VERB   to give | gave | given
giving | gives
SYNO give | spring | springiness | ...
to giveδίνω
to give up [surrender, relinquish]εγκαταλείπω
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Translation for 'to give' from English to Greek

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to give
δίνω

to give up [surrender, relinquish]
εγκαταλείπω
Usage Examples English
  • By using long takes and few cuts in his films, he aimed to give the viewers a sense of time passing, time lost, and the relationship of one moment in time to another.
  • At the other end of the periodic table, a nucleus of gold with a mass 197 times that of hydrogen was thought to contain 118 nuclear electrons in the nucleus to give it a residual charge of +79, consistent with its atomic number.
  • Alkali metals dissolve in liquid ammonia or other donor solvents like aliphatic amines or hexamethylphosphoramide to give blue solutions. These solutions are believed to contain free electrons.
  • Superacids can permanently protonate water to give ionic, crystalline hydronium "salts".
  • When treated with acid, these alcohols lose water to give stable carbocations, which are commercial dyes.

  • This change saddened Christie and she determined to give old maids a voice: Miss Marple was born.
  • Mythographers agree that Artemis was born first and subsequently assisted with the birth of Apollo or was born on the island of Ortygia then helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth to Apollo.
  • He urges the congregation not to give up the struggle but to do everything possible to fight the plague.
  • In 1840, Babbage was invited to give a seminar at the University of Turin about his Analytical Engine.
  • 6d17s2 electronic configuration of actinium, with three valence electrons that are easily donated to give the stable closed-shell structure of the noble gas radon.

  • This differed from coverage in that the films were not necessarily shot from varying angles so as to give the editor options to shape the film how they chose (often under the producer's aegis).
  • In 1920, Soviet Russia became the first country to legalize abortion after Lenin insisted that no woman be forced to give birth.
  • The preliminary results of the 2011 census seemed to give widely different results, with 70% of respondents refusing to declare belief in any of the listed faiths.
  • It has become a tradition to give out gift bags to the presenters and performers at the Oscars. In recent years, these gifts have also been extended to award nominees and winners.
  • Huxley wrote a draft of the speech he intended to give at the society; however, his deteriorating health meant he was not able to attend.

  • The various results were collated by Jérôme Lalande to give a figure for the solar parallax of [...].
  • In highly basic conditions (pH greater than 10, not normally seen in physiological conditions), the ammonio group is deprotonated to give [...].
  • Poirot's investigating techniques assist him solving cases; "For in the long run, either through a lie, or through truth, people were bound to give themselves away..."
  • " certificate, 1896 [...] [...] As part of the divorce settlement, Einstein agreed to give Marić any future (in the event, 1921) Nobel Prize money.
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