给 (Chinese PinYin: [gěi]; traditional Chinese:給) may mean: (1) ver. give, e.g. 给我一点时间 (give me a minute); (2) verb. make sb. suffer, e.g. 给他点颜色看看 (teach him a lesson); (3) verb. let, e.g. 让我试试 (let me try); (4) prep. by, e.g. 我的手机给小偷偷了 (my phone is stolen by a thief); (5) prep. to, with, e.g. 请把这传给他 (please pass this to him); (6) prep. to, for, e.g. 给我说说 (talk with me); (7) prep. followed by 我 in the imperative sentence for emphasis, e.g. 给我滚! (get out of here!); (8) aux. used before a verb for emphasis, e.g. 他把全部工作都给完成了 (he finished all the works). It is one of the most common Chinese characters and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions (see below).
1. How to pronounce 给?
Chinese Pinyin: [gěi]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 给
Synonyms: 交, 予, 提供, 赠与,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 给.
Fixed expression: 给面子 / 给脸 (save sb.’s face), 给力 (cool; awesome), 给分 (score points), 给以 (grant; give),
Collocation: 给你 (here you are), 给我 (give me), 嫁给 (be married to), 拿给 (pass to), 写电邮给某人 (write an email to sb.),
4. How to use 给 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 给.
Translation: She writes every week to her mother.
Translation: I’ll give you another example.
Translation: He donated his collection of antiques to the museum.
Translation: I have no regret marrying you.
Translation: My teachers gave me a lot of help at that time.
Translation: And since 2001, the government has given much of it away — often, he said, to shady developers at extremely low prices.
Translation: As soon he gave me the goods, he left quickly.
Translation: China will begin a pilot program this year to transfer shares in state-owned firms to social security funds in an effort to make up for shortfalls in the nation’s pension scheme.
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