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Verb: give away
Meaning: to present a bride to the bridegroom at a wedding.
Who gave away the bride?
Meaning: to present someone to the police.
Someone gave the criminal away to the police.
Meaning: to give something for free.
I gave all my money away.
He gave away all his money to charity.
He gave away his camera to his friend.
He gave away all his money.
I gave my old clothes away.
She gave away all her dolls.
Tom gave away all his money.
I gave most of my money away.
I’m giving my old books away.
She gave away all her dresses.
He gave away his whole fortune.
We’re giving this away for free.
They’re giving away samples free.
He never gives away any of his money.
Tom was trying to give his money away.
I’m surprised Tom gave his clarinet away.
Do you really want me to give away all your stuff?
Maybe they don’t want to give away their positions.
He would not give away his money for charity’s sake.
Tom gave away all his money, then committed suicide.
I wouldn’t want it even if they were giving it away.
He gave away about one-tenth of his income to the poor.
If you don’t like this carpet, then give it away to him.
I can’t believe you’re going to give away all your money.
The public library will be giving away old books this Monday.
If you don’t want your old bicycle, you can always give it away.
One gives away apples and pears, and not gold and green forests.
The charity is named after a man who gave away some two billion yen.
To tell the truth, she gave away all her money to others in desperation.
We’d better try to sell or give away all these white elephants we’ve collected.
How can Bill Gates be the the world’s richest man if he gave away all of his money?
She bought him a dog. However, he was allergic to dogs, so they had to give it away.
After she lost her job, she couldn’t afford to feed her dogs, so she gave them away.
He gave away his entire fortune to an old friend’s daughter, and expected nothing in return.
I gave my weapons away.
Meaning: to reveal something.
Don’t give the secret away to anyone.
Why must you give away all of my secrets?
It’s a secret; don’t give it away to anyone.
He is the last person to give away the secret.
Don’t give away my secret.
Her accent gave her away.
You gave away the ending.
He gave away his real intention.
Your red cheeks give away your perversion.
I don’t like when movie trailers give away the movie.
His accent gives away the fact that he’s a Frenchman.
He pretended to be an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him away.
The information was given away to the newspaper prior to the announcement.
He tried to pass himself off as a Frenchman, but his accent gave him away.
Meaning: Tell a secret, often unintentionally
She didn’t GIVE anything AWAY about the party so it came as a complete surprise to me.
Meaning: Give an advantage to your opponent in a sport by making a mistake, playing badly, etc
They GAVE AWAY two goals in the first half.
Meaning: Give an unwanted baby to people to bring up
She had to GIVE her baby AWAY as she couldn’t afford to bring it up.