gift definition

  • noun:
    • Something that is bestowed voluntarily and without payment.
    • The work, right, or energy of providing.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or interest.
    • One thing given to another voluntarily, without charge.
    • A talent or normal capability.
    • Something gained incidentally, without effort.
    • any such thing offered; something voluntarily transferred by someone to another without settlement; a present-day; an offering.
    • The act, right, or power of providing or bestowing.
    • A bribe; something provided to corrupt.
    • Some exemplary inborn high quality or characteristic; a striking or unique talent or aptitude; power; faculty
    • A voluntary transfer of genuine or private residential property, with no consideration. It can be perfected just by deed, or in situation of personal property, by a real distribution of ownership.
    • The act, right, or energy of offering or conferring: since, to have something by present; an office when you look at the gift of the people.
    • particularly, in law: A voluntary transfer of property because of the owner from it to another, without consideration or settlement therefor, or without the other consideration than love and love, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous project. See donation and consideration, In old English law, the development of an estate in end (see estate) as distinguished from creation of an estate in fee simple, that was called feoffment
    • That which is offered or bestowed; anything ownership which is voluntarily transferred by someone to some other without payment; something special; a donation.
    • an all natural quality or endowment seen as conferred; energy; faculty: as, the present of wit; the present of address.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which have been superstitiously designed to portend presents.
    • some thing acquired without compensation
    • natural abilities or characteristics
    • the work of offering
    • a thing that is bestowed voluntarily and without settlement.
    • The act, right, or energy of offering.
    • something which is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation.
    • a thing that is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or inclination.
    • The work, right, or energy of providing.
    • The act, right, or energy of providing.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or desire.
    • a talent, endowment, aptitude, or interest.
    • some thing provided to another voluntarily, at no cost.
    • One thing provided to another voluntarily, without charge.
    • A talent or all-natural ability.
    • some thing gained incidentally, without energy.
    • something offered; something voluntarily transferred by one person to some other without compensation; a present; an offering.
    • a thing that is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation.
    • The act, right, or power of offering or bestowing.
    • The work, right, or power of offering.
    • A bribe; everything given to corrupt.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or tendency.
    • Something fond of another voluntarily, at no cost.
    • A talent or normal ability.
    • Something provided to another voluntarily, without charge.
    • anything attained incidentally, without energy.
    • A talent or natural capability.
    • A talent or all-natural ability.
    • anything gained incidentally, without effort.
    • Anything offered; anything voluntarily transferred by one individual to a different without payment; a present-day; an offering.
    • Anything provided; something voluntarily moved by one individual to some other without settlement; something special; an offering.
    • One thing attained incidentally, without energy.
    • The act, right, or energy of giving or bestowing.
    • A bribe; something directed at corrupt.
    • Some exceptional inborn high quality or characteristic; a striking or unique skill or aptitude; energy; professors
    • something which is bestowed voluntarily and without settlement.
    • Some exceptional inborn quality or attribute; a striking or special talent or aptitude; energy; faculty
    • Something that is bestowed voluntarily and without settlement.
    • something which is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation.
    • A voluntary transfer of real or personal property, without having any consideration. It can be mastered only by deed, or perhaps in case of private property, by a genuine distribution of possession.
    • something given; something voluntarily transmitted by anyone to another without compensation; a present-day; an offering.
    • A voluntary transfer of real or individual residential property, without the consideration. It may be perfected just by deed, or perhaps in case of individual home, by a real delivery of control.
    • The work, right, or power of providing.
    • The work, right, or power of offering.
    • The work, right, or energy of providing or bestowing.
    • The work, right, or power of providing.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or inclination.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or desire.
    • The act, right, or power of providing or conferring: since, to obtain a thing by present; an office when you look at the gift of the people.
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or desire.
    • A bribe; something directed at corrupt.
    • Specifically, in law: A voluntary transfer of property by the owner of it to another, without consideration or compensation therefor, or without any other consideration than love and affection, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous assignment. See donation and consideration, In old English law, the creation of an estate in tail (see estate) as distinguished from the creation of an estate in fee simple, which was termed feoffment
    • Some exemplary inborn quality or characteristic; a striking or special skill or aptitude; energy; professors
    • A voluntary transfer of genuine or individual property, without the consideration. It may be perfected only by deed, or perhaps in situation of individual property, by a genuine distribution of ownership.
    • what is offered or bestowed; something ownership of which is voluntarily transferred by someone to a different without compensation; a present-day; a donation.
    • Something directed at another voluntarily, without charge.
    • an all-natural quality or endowment considered conferred; energy; professors: as, the gift of wit; the present of message.
    • A talent or all-natural capability.
    • The act, right, or energy of providing or bestowing.
    • a thing that is bestowed voluntarily and without settlement.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which were superstitiously designed to portend gift ideas.
    • The work, right, or power of providing or conferring: since, to obtain something by present; an office inside present of the people.
    • One thing directed at another voluntarily, at no cost.
    • A bribe; anything fond of corrupt.
    • Something gained incidentally, without energy.
    • The act, right, or power of providing.
    • some thing given to another voluntarily, at no cost.
    • A talent or normal capability.
    • particularly, in-law: A voluntary transfer of residential property because of the owner from it to a different, without consideration or settlement therefor, or with no other consideration than love and love, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous assignment. See donation and consideration, In old English legislation, the development of an estate in tail (see estate) as distinguished from development of an estate in fee simple, that was termed feoffment
    • A talent, endowment, aptitude, or desire.
    • Some exceptional inborn high quality or characteristic; a striking or unique talent or aptitude; energy; faculty
    • A talent or normal ability.
    • The work, right, or power of providing or conferring: because, getting a thing by present; an office into the present of those.
    • A voluntary transfer of genuine or private property, with no consideration. It may be mastered just by deed, or perhaps in situation of individual home, by an actual distribution of ownership.
    • some thing attained incidentally, without energy.
    • whatever is offered or bestowed; something ownership which is voluntarily transferred by one individual to a different without settlement; a present-day; a donation.
    • especially, in law: A voluntary transfer of residential property because of the owner from it to another, without consideration or compensation therefor, or without having any other consideration than love and love, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous project. See donation and consideration, In old English legislation, the development of an estate in end (see property) as distinguished from the development of an estate in fee simple, which was termed feoffment
    • one thing obtained without compensation
    • something offered; something voluntarily transported by one person to another without settlement; a present-day; an offering.
    • an all-natural high quality or endowment seen as conferred; energy; professors: as, the gift of wit; the present of speech.
    • anything gained incidentally, without energy.
    • The act, right, or energy of offering or conferring: since, to obtain a thing by gift; an office when you look at the gift of the people.
    • The act, right, or power of providing or bestowing.
    • Something directed at another voluntarily, at no cost.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which have been superstitiously designed to portend gifts.
    • normal capabilities or attributes
    • Anything provided; anything voluntarily transmitted by someone to another without compensation; a present; an offering.
    • what is provided or bestowed; such a thing ownership of which is voluntarily transferred by anyone to some other without payment; something special; a donation.
    • particularly, in law: A voluntary transfer of residential property because of the owner from it to some other, without consideration or settlement therefor, or without any various other consideration than love and affection, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous assignment. See donation and consideration, In old English legislation, the development of an estate in end (see property) as distinguished from development of an estate in fee simple, that has been called feoffment
    • A bribe; everything given to corrupt.
    • Some exceptional inborn quality or feature; a striking or special skill or aptitude; power; professors
    • Anything offered; such a thing voluntarily transported by someone to some other without compensation; a present-day; an offering.
    • whatever is provided or bestowed; such a thing ownership which is voluntarily moved by one person to a different without payment; something special; a donation.
    • The act, right, or power of offering or bestowing.
    • A voluntary transfer of real or private home, without having any consideration. It could be perfected just by deed, or perhaps in instance of personal property, by a real delivery of control.
    • The work, right, or power of providing or bestowing.
    • an all-natural high quality or endowment considered to be conferred; energy; professors: as, the present of wit; the present of address.
    • A bribe; such a thing given to corrupt.
    • Some exemplary inborn high quality or feature; a striking or unique skill or aptitude; energy; professors
    • A bribe; such a thing directed at corrupt.
    • the act of giving
    • a normal quality or endowment thought to be conferred; power; faculty: as, the present of wit; the present of message.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, that have been superstitiously likely to portend gift ideas.
    • The act, right, or energy of providing or conferring: because, getting anything by present; an office within the present of those.
    • A talent or natural ability.
    • anything acquired without compensation
    • Some excellent inborn high quality or feature; a striking or special talent or aptitude; power; professors
    • particularly, in law: A voluntary transfer of residential property because of the owner of it to some other, without consideration or compensation therefor, or with no other consideration than love and affection, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous project. See donation and consideration, In old English law, the creation of an estate in tail (see property) as distinguished from creation of an estate in fee-simple, that was termed feoffment
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which have been superstitiously designed to portend gifts.
    • A voluntary transfer of real or personal residential property, without having any consideration. It can be mastered just by deed, or perhaps in situation of individual property, by a genuine distribution of ownership.
    • That which is given or bestowed; anything ownership of which is voluntarily transferred by one person to another without compensation; a present; a donation.
    • A voluntary transfer of genuine or private home, without the consideration. It can be mastered just by deed, or in case of personal property, by an actual delivery of control.
    • One thing gained incidentally, without work.
    • something obtained without compensation
    • an all-natural quality or endowment thought to be conferred; energy; professors: as, the gift of wit; the gift of speech.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which were superstitiously designed to portend presents.
    • natural capabilities or attributes
    • The act, right, or energy of offering or conferring: because, to obtain a thing by gift; an office within the present of those.
    • any such thing provided; any such thing voluntarily transported by one person to a different without compensation; a present-day; an offering.
    • Specifically, in law: A voluntary transfer of home because of the owner of it to some other, without consideration or settlement therefor, or without the other consideration than love and affection, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous project. See contribution and consideration, In old English law, the creation of an estate in end (see estate) as distinguished through the development of an estate in fee simple, which was termed feoffment
    • all-natural abilities or attributes
    • The act, right, or power of offering or bestowing.
    • The act, right, or power of providing or conferring: since, for a thing by gift; an office when you look at the gift of those.
    • A bribe; such a thing provided to corrupt.
    • the act of giving
    • one thing obtained without compensation
    • whatever is offered or bestowed; everything ownership which is voluntarily moved by one person to another without payment; a present-day; a donation.
    • particularly, in-law: A voluntary transfer of home because of the owner from it to a different, without consideration or settlement therefor, or without any other consideration than love and love, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous project. See contribution and consideration, In old English law, the creation of an estate in end (see property) as distinguished through the creation of an estate in fee simple, that has been termed feoffment
    • Some exceptional inborn high quality or attribute; a striking or unique talent or aptitude; power; faculty
    • natural abilities or characteristics
    • one thing obtained without payment
    • A natural quality or endowment thought to be conferred; power; professors: as, the present of wit; the present of address.
    • A voluntary transfer of genuine or private home, without the consideration. It could be perfected only by deed, or in case of private residential property, by a genuine delivery of control.
    • what is offered or bestowed; any such thing ownership of which is voluntarily transported by one person to a different without payment; something special; a donation.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which were superstitiously expected to portend gift ideas.
    • A natural quality or endowment viewed as conferred; energy; faculty: as, the gift of wit; the gift of address.
    • the act of providing
    • The act, right, or power of giving or conferring: as, to get a thing by gift; an office in the gift of the people.
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which were superstitiously expected to portend gifts.
    • Specifically, in law: A voluntary transfer of property by the owner of it to another, without consideration or compensation therefor, or without any other consideration than love and affection, or a nominal consideration, or both; a gratuitous assignment. See donation and consideration, In old English law, the creation of an estate in tail (see estate) as distinguished from the creation of an estate in fee simple, which was termed feoffment
    • what is offered or bestowed; something ownership of which is voluntarily transmitted by anyone to another without payment; a present-day; a donation.
    • an all natural high quality or endowment considered to be conferred; power; professors: as, the present of wit; the present of speech.
    • some thing obtained without compensation
    • all-natural capabilities or characteristics
    • plural White specks on finger-nails, which have been superstitiously expected to portend presents.
    • anything acquired without settlement
    • all-natural capabilities or characteristics
    • natural capabilities or qualities
    • the act of providing
    • one thing obtained without compensation
    • the act of providing
    • normal capabilities or qualities
    • the act of providing
    • the act of giving
    • the work of giving
  • verb-transitive:
    • To present some thing as a gift to.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with energy or professors. See gift{4}.
    • To present some thing as a gift to.
    • To present some thing as a gift to.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with.
    • To present something as something special to.
    • To endow with.
    • to provide some thing as a present to.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with energy or faculty. See gift{4}.
    • to provide one thing as a gift to.
    • presenting one thing as something special to.
    • presenting something as a gift to.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with power or professors. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with a few energy or professors. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with.
    • to provide some thing as a gift to.
    • To endow with.
    • To endow with a few energy or professors. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with power or faculty. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with power or faculty. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with some energy or faculty. See gift{4}.
    • To endow with energy or faculty. See gift{4}.
  • verb:
    • to offer (as a gift) to.
    • to offer away, to concede easily.
    • provide as a present-day; make a present of
    • give qualities or abilities to
    • To give (as something special) to.
    • to offer away, to concede easily.
    • To give (as something special) to.
    • To give away, to concede effortlessly.
    • To give (as a present) to.
    • to offer away, to concede quickly.
    • to provide (as a present) to.
    • to provide away, to concede effortlessly.
    • to offer (as something special) to.
    • to offer away, to concede easily.
    • to provide (as a gift) to.
    • to provide away, to concede easily.
    • to offer (as a present) to.
    • to offer away, to concede effortlessly.
    • give as something special; make a present of
    • offer characteristics or capabilities to
    • to provide (as something special) to.
    • to provide away, to concede effortlessly.
    • give as a present-day; make something special of
    • offer attributes or capabilities to
    • give as a present; make something special of
    • offer as a present; make something special of
    • give attributes or capabilities to
    • provide as a present; make a present of
    • give characteristics or capabilities to
    • give as a present; make a present of
    • give as a present-day; make something special of
    • give qualities or capabilities to
    • give characteristics or capabilities to
    • give characteristics or capabilities to
    • give as a present-day; make a present of
    • give attributes or capabilities to
  • others:
    • To confer or move as a present; make a gift of; donate formally.
    • To endow with a gift or with any energy or professors: chiefly in the past participle.
    • To confer or move as something special; make something special of; donate formally.
    • To endow with something special or with any power or faculty: chiefly in the past participle.
    • To confer or move as something special; make a present of; donate officially.
    • To endow with a gift or with any power or faculty: chiefly in past times participle.
    • To confer or transfer as a present; make a present of; donate formally.
    • To endow with a gift or with any power or faculty: mainly before participle.
    • To confer or transfer as a present; make a gift of; donate formally.
    • To confer or transfer as a present; make a present of; donate formally.
    • To endow with something special or with any energy or faculty: mainly before participle.
    • To endow with something special or with any energy or faculty: mainly in past times participle.
    • To confer or move as a gift; make a gift of; donate formally.
    • To endow with a gift or with any energy or faculty: mainly in the past participle.
    • To confer or move as something special; make a gift of; donate officially.
    • To endow with a gift or with any power or faculty: chiefly in past times participle.
    • To confer or transfer as something special; make a gift of; donate officially.
    • To endow with a gift or with any power or faculty: mainly in the past participle.

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