give away

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Synonyms for give away

make a gift of

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formally hand over to the bridegroom in marriage

give away information about somebody

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He said: "You can now only get physical copies of the album from me and I want to give away 50 of them.
The debutants pedigree colt War Drum and unknown pedigree mare Fifty Fifty comes from the stables of Syed Ismail Shah while another pedigree colt Give Away is owned by Haji Sahib Jan.
The supermarket is offering the fruit in every store and expects to give away 40,000 pieces which will be made available every day.
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Dubai: Enticing consumers to spend more, a mega shopping mall in Dubai is promising to give away a kilo of gold this weekend.
Before the first ball had been kicked in the world famous tournament,Billys announced on Facebookthat they would give away free Moonshine every time England found the back of the net and after two free rounds of them during the Tunisia match on Monday, there were SIX more for those who gathered there to see Harry Kane get a hat trick; John Stones get two and Jesse Lingard one.
Poe said they chose to give away presents to the families in the cemetery this year instead of an orphanage to fulfill FPJ's then promise to the children to come back to the cemetery and give away gifts.
Cole said: "It is individual player responsibility - we are not coached to give away penalties, it comes down to technique.
It will continue through September, allowing McGraw to give away 30 more homes.
Based on the report by ( , the bogus page will entice readers with the simple trick of making them share a photo, like the page and leave a comment and from there the page promises to give away 200 pieces of Playstation 4 on December 1.
Kalyan Kankanala's second legal thriller, Pirates of Bollywood, has been listed for a free give away on GoodReads.
''I'm just trying to be a blessing and a help to the gun owners and the hunters and give away a free AR-15,'' he told the Times Union of Albany.