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to give something to somebody

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  • give something back (to somebody) — ˌgive sb ˈback sth | ˌgive sthˈback (to sb) derived 1. to return sth to its owner • Could you give me back my pen? • Could you give me my pen back? • I picked it up and gave it back to him. • …   Useful english dictionary

  • give something in (to somebody) — ˌgive sth ˈin (to sb) derived (BrE) (also ˌhand sthˈin (to sb) BrE, NAmE) to hand over sth to sb in authority …   Useful english dictionary

  • give something up to somebody — ˌgive sthˈup (to sb) derived to hand sth over to sb else • We had to give our passports up to the authorities. • He gave up his seat to a pregnant woman (= stood up to allow her to sit down). Main entry: ↑give …   Useful english dictionary

  • account for something to somebody — acˈcount for sth (to sb) derived to give a record of how the money in your care has been spent • We have to account for every penny we spend on business trips. Main entry: ↑accountderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • report back on something to somebody — reˌport ˈback (on sth) (to sb) derived to give sb information about sth that they have asked you to find out about • Find out as much as you can about him and report back to me. • One person in the group should be prepared to report back to the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • devolve something to somebody — deˈvolve sth to/on/upon sb derived to give a duty, responsibility, power, etc. to sb who has less authority than you • The central government devolved most tax raising powers to the regional authorities. Main entry: ↑devolvederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • devolve something on somebody — deˈvolve sth to/on/upon sb derived to give a duty, responsibility, power, etc. to sb who has less authority than you • The central government devolved most tax raising powers to the regional authorities. Main entry: ↑devolvederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • devolve something upon somebody — deˈvolve sth to/on/upon sb derived to give a duty, responsibility, power, etc. to sb who has less authority than you • The central government devolved most tax raising powers to the regional authorities. Main entry: ↑devolvederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • hand something to somebody on a plate — hand sth to sb on a ˈplate idiom (informal) to give sth to sb without the person concerned making any effort • Nobody s going to hand you success on a plate. Main entry: ↑handidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • lavish something on somebody — ˈlavish sth on/upon sb/sth derived to give a lot of sth, often too much, to sb/sth • She lavishes most of her attention on her youngest son. Main entry: ↑lavishderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • lavish something upon somebody — ˈlavish sth on/upon sb/sth derived to give a lot of sth, often too much, to sb/sth • She lavishes most of her attention on her youngest son. Main entry: ↑lavishderived …   Useful english dictionary

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