give away definition

  • verb:
    • In order to make something special of (anything).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To formally give a bride on bridegroom; frequently by her father.
    • To inadvertently expose a secret, or reveal someone.
    • To concede a benefit in body weight, time, level etc.
    • to concede
    • officially give to your bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by the woman father
    • make something special of
    • make recognized to people information that has been formerly understood only to some individuals or that has been meant to be kept a secret
    • share details about somebody
    • To make a present of (anything).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To officially give a bride towards the bridegroom; usually by her parent.
    • To inadvertently unveil a secret, or reveal somebody.
    • To concede a benefit in weight, time, height etc.
    • which will make something special of (some thing).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To officially give a bride to the bridegroom; usually by the woman father.
    • To accidentally expose a secret, or reveal somebody.
    • To concede a plus in body weight, time, level etc.
    • to concede
    • which will make a gift of (one thing).
    • to concede
    • formally hand over towards bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her father
    • make something special of
    • officially hand over on bridegroom in-marriage; of a bride by the woman father
    • make known to the public information which was formerly understood simply to a few people or that was supposed to be held a secret
    • make something special of
    • make recognized to the general public information which was previously understood and then a few people or which was supposed to be held a secret
    • give away information about a person
    • to create something special of (anything).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • share information regarding somebody
    • To formally hand over a bride to your bridegroom; often by the woman parent.
    • to create something special of (one thing).
    • to help make something special of (some thing).
    • To relinquish control over.
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To officially give a bride towards bridegroom; usually by the woman parent.
    • To formally hand over a bride toward bridegroom; usually by the woman father.
    • To unintentionally reveal a secret, or expose someone.
    • To inadvertently expose a secret, or reveal someone.
    • To concede an edge in weight, time, level etc.
    • To concede an advantage in fat, time, level an such like.
    • to concede
    • to concede
    • formally hand over to the bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her daddy
    • officially hand over to the bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her daddy
    • make something special of
    • make a gift of
    • make proven to people information that has been formerly known simply to some people or that was meant to be kept a secret
    • hand out information regarding a person
    • In order to make a present of (something).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To officially hand over a bride on bridegroom; usually by her daddy.
    • To unintentionally unveil a secret, or reveal somebody.
    • To concede an edge in body weight, time, level etc.
    • to concede
    • In order to make a gift of (anything).
    • To relinquish control of.
    • To formally hand over a bride into the bridegroom; usually by her parent.
    • To inadvertently reveal a secret, or expose some body.
    • formally give towards the bridegroom in-marriage; of a bride by her daddy
    • To accidentally reveal a secret, or expose some one.
    • To formally hand over a bride on bridegroom; frequently by the woman daddy.
    • make recognized to the public information that was previously understood only to some individuals or that has been meant to be kept a secret
    • To concede a bonus in fat, time, height an such like.
    • To concede a plus in weight, time, height etc.
    • To accidentally reveal a secret, or expose someone.
    • to help make a gift of (something).
    • make a present of
    • give away information on a person
    • to concede
    • to concede
    • make recognized to the public information which was previously known only to some people or that was meant to be kept a secret
    • To relinquish control over.
    • To concede a benefit in body weight, time, level etc.
    • officially give towards the bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her father
    • officially give to your bridegroom in-marriage; of a bride by the woman parent
    • share details about someone
    • make a present of
    • make a present of
    • to concede
    • make known to people information that has been previously known and then a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
    • make known to people information which was previously known only to a few people or which was supposed to be held a secret
    • officially give into the bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her parent
    • give away information about a person
    • share information regarding somebody
    • To officially pay a bride into the bridegroom; frequently by her daddy.
    • make a present of
    • To accidentally expose a secret, or expose someone.
    • make known to the general public information that has been formerly understood and then a few people or which was meant to be held a secret
    • share information on somebody
    • To concede an edge in weight, time, level an such like.
    • to concede
    • officially hand over into bridegroom in marriage; of a bride by her father
    • make something special of
    • make recognized to the general public information that has been formerly known only to a few people or that has been meant to be kept a secret
    • give away details about somebody

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