Adjective: данный определенный подаренный склонный
Noun: нечто данное


under given conditions - при заданных условиях

fidelity to the given promises - верность данным обещаниям

within a given period - в течение установленного срока

if we are given - если дано

to be given / granted refugee status - получить статус беженца

solution is given by - решение имеет вид

given conditions of flight - заданные условия полета

given crime - данное преступление

given the time and the inclination - при наличии времени и желания

given up - оставленный; отданный

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In our system it is a given that all are equal before the law. - В нашей системе принято как данность, что все равны перед законом.

Given the engine's condition, it is a wonder that it started. - Учитывая состояние двигателя, — чудо, что он вообще завёлся.

It's a given that television viewers are influenced by advertising, even consciously or subconsciously. - Это факт, что телезрители, сознательно или подсознательно, находятся под влиянием рекламы.

Candidates for the quiz show must complete the qualifying test within a given amount of time. - Кандидаты на участие в викторине должны завершить отборочный тест в течение заданного количества времени.

a quiet man not given to loud expressions of emotion - тихий человек, не склонный к громким выражениям эмоций

Связанные термины:

give: You can use give with nouns that refer to physical actions. The whole expression refers to the performing of the action. For example, She gave a smile means almost the same as 'She smiled'.

yeve: to give

God-given: given by God

given name: A given name is a person's first name, which they are given at birth in addition to their surname .

given that sth: If you say given that something is the case, you mean taking that fact into account .

in/given time: If you say that something will happen in time or given time, you mean that it will happen eventually, when a lot of time has passed .

give in: If you give in, you admit that you are defeated or that you cannot do something.

give up: If you give up something, you stop doing it or having it.

give away: If you give away something that you own, you give it to someone, rather than selling it, often because you no longer want it.

give back: If you give something back, you return it to the person who gave it to you.

give off: If something gives off or gives out a gas, heat, or a smell, it produces it and sends it out into the air.

give onto: to afford a view or prospect of

give out: If you give out a number of things, you distribute them among a group of people.

give over: If you tell someone to give over, you are telling them to stop doing something, usually because they are annoying you.

give over to: If something is given over or given up to a particular use, it is used entirely for that purpose .

give up on: If you give up on something or someone, you decide that you will never succeed in doing what you want to with them, and you stop trying to.

be given the opportunity: An opportunity is a situation in which it is possible for you to do something that you want to do.

get/be given the boot: If you get the boot or are given the boot, you are told that you are not wanted any more, either in your job or by someone you are having a relationship with.

be given the green light: if a plan or action is given the green light, someone in authority says that it can be carried out

if I had/given my druthers: You can say that you would do something if I had my druthers or given my druthers when you mean that you would do it if you were able to choose .

give-and-take: If you say that something requires give and take, you mean that people must compromise or co-operate for it to be successful .

never be given an even break: to not get the same chances or opportunities to do something as other people

get the axe: to lose your job

be given a clean bill of health: to be told by a doctor that you are completely healthy and not ill in any way

get the boot: to lose your job

get the bullet: to lose your job .

get the push: to lose your job

first name: Your first name is the first of the names that were given to you when you were born. You can also refer to all of your names except your surname as your first names .

get your walking papers: to be made to leave something such as a job or a relationship . The British expression is be given your marching orders .

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Однокоренные слова:

misgiven - давать осечку, внушать опасения, внушать недоверие

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