English to Welsh Meaning :: give

rhoi, roi, ddyro, rhowch, roddais, roddasid, moes, ro, rô, roai, roais, roaist, roant, rôch, rodda’, roddaf, roddai, roddwn, roddaist, roddan, roddant, roddasai, roddasant, roddasech, roddasem, roddasent, roddasom, roddasoch, rof, roddaswn, roddech, rodded, roddem, rodden, roddent, rodder, roddes, roddest, roddet, roddwch, roddid, roddiff, roddir, roddith, roddo, roddoch, roddodd, roddom, roddon, roddont, roesai, roesant, roddwyd, roddwyf, roddych, roech, roed, roem, roent, roeoch, roeon, roer, rydd, rho, roesech, roesem, roesent, roesid, roesit, roesoch, roesom, roeswn, roet, roist, roiwch, roia, roia’, roian, roid, roien, roies, roiest, roiodd, roir, rois, roddasit, roï, roiwn, rôm, rônt, rowch, rown, rowyd, rowyf, roych, ry, rhoddasom, rhydd, rhoai, rhoais, rhoaist, rhoant, rhôch, rhodd, rhodda’, rhoddaf, rhoddai, rhoddais, rhoddaist, rhoddan, rhoddant, rhoddasai, rhoddasant, rhoddasech, rhoddasem, rhoddasent, rhoddasid, rhoddasit, rhoddasoch, rhoddest, rhoddet, rhoddont, rhô, rhoddaswn, rhoddech, rhodded, rhoddem, rhodden, rhoddent, rhodder, rhoddes, rhoist, rhoddon, rhoddi, rhoddid, rhoddiff, rhoddir, rhoddith, rhoddo, rhoddoch, rhoddodd, rhoddom, rhoddwch, rhoddwn, rhoddwyd, rhoddwyf, rhoddych, rhoech, rhoed, rhoem, rhoent, rhoeoch, rhoeon, rhoer, rhoesai, rhoesant, rhoesech, rhoesem, rhoesent, rhoesid, rhoesit, rhoesoch, rhoesom, rhoeswn, rhoet, rhof, rhoï, rhoia, rhoia’, rhoian, rhoid, rhoien, rhoies, rhoiest, rhoiodd, rhoir, rhois, roddi, rhoiwch, rhoiwn, rhôm, rhônt, rhown, rhowyd, rhowyf, rhoych, rhy, dyrorhoi, rhoddi
Give :
rhoi
- rhoirhoigan roigivings
 

Show English Meaning
(+)

Noun(1) the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
Verb(1) cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense(2) be the cause or source of(3) transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody(4) convey or reveal information(5) convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow(6) organize or be responsible for(7) convey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture(8) give as a present; make a gift of(9) cause to happen or be responsible for(10) dedicate(11) give or supply(12) transmit (knowledge or skills(13) bring about(14) leave with; give temporarily(15) emit or utter(16) endure the loss of

Show Examples
(+)

(1) give him his due(2) don't give me any of your back talk(3) As well as missing his company, he often mentioned what he would give for the same opportunity.(4) She's pretty, you have to give her that much.(5) give me the police(6) some people give a lot of themselves(7) I give my honour that I shall be ready to depart by the middle of April.(8) Thai fishcakes tend to have a foam-like quality: like padded cushions with a bit of a give .(9) And by the time the voters have had enough of this, the banking tax scandal will be long forgotten - I'd give it a week at most.(10) give my love to all the girls(11) If all this sounds familiar, give yourself a pat on the back for paying attention.(12) You do these things because you hope that they will give you pleasure.(13) Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Queen!(14) The hearing ended on Thursday and Mr Justice Sullivan will give his judgement this week.(15) when two people who don't get on are thrust together, something's got to give(16) They seemed to enjoy themselves as I heard her give an annoyingly sweet laugh.
Related Words
(1) give up ::
rhoi'r gorau iddi
Synonyms
Noun
1. elasticity ::
elastigedd
2. spring ::
gwanwyn
Verb
3. present with ::
presennol gyda
4. convey to ::
cyfleu i
5. entrust ::
ymddiried
6. sacrifice ::
aberth
7. allow ::
caniatáu
8. show ::
sioe
9. cause ::
achos
10. produce ::
cynhyrchu
11. organize ::
trefnu
12. perform ::
perfformio
13. utter ::
llwyr
14. administer ::
gweinyddu
15. give way ::
ildio
16. open ::
agored
17. pay ::
talu
18. devote ::
neilltuo
19. founder ::
sylfaenydd
20. grant ::
grant
21. pass on ::
pasio ymlaen
22. generate ::
cynhyrchu
23. make ::
Creu
24. feed ::
feed
25. render ::
rendro
26. yield ::
cynnyrch
27. gift ::
rhodd
29. afford ::
fforddio
30. contribute ::
cyfrannu
31. throw ::
taflu
32. leave ::
gadael
33. establish ::
sefydlu
34. apply ::
yn berthnasol
Antonyms
1. hold ::
dal
2. keep ::
cadw
3. retain ::
cadw
Different Forms
give, gives, giving, givings
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Give me your radio.\0

Give me your radio.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 2


Maeve:
And give up just like that?

Maeve: And GIVE up just like that?

Westworld Season 2, Episode 3


It\'s normal to give myself a guilt-trip\\Nsometimes, isn\'t it?\0

It's normal to GIVE myself a guilt-trip
sometimes, isn't it?

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6


If I know them,
why shouldn\'t I give them?

If I know them, why shouldn't I GIVE them?

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13


The other astronauts
have to give you your nickname.

The other astronauts have to GIVE you your nickname.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 15


English to Welsh Dictionary: give

Meaning and definitions of give, translation in Welsh language for give with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of give in Welsh and in English language.

Tags for the entry "give"

What give means in Welsh, give meaning in Welsh, give definition, examples and pronunciation of give in Welsh language.

English to Welsh Dictionary

Learn Prepositions by Photos
commonly confused words
form of verbs

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Most Searched Words

Word of the day

● Guilt
euogrwydd, cydwybod euog, ymdeimlad o euogrwydd, , camwedd, anwiredd, annhegwch, o'i le, drwg, ffiaiddeuogrwydd, budreddi, , pechod, fai, pridd, trosedd, anwiredd, troseddoldeb, drwg, camwedd, tresmasu, ddaear, baw, bai
Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.