Dutch English Dictionary

Nederlands, Vlaams - English

geven in English:

1. give give


Cows give milk.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
This condo is getting old. Why don't we redecorate to give it a fresh feel?
I'd like to know when you plan to give me back the scissors I lent you.
It is sad that so few people give money to help the hungry.
Stop beating around the bush and give it to me straight!
Is it true that you recover from colds when you give them to someone else?
If you agree to buy 3,000 of them, we'll give you a 3 percent discount.
It's out of stock, but I can give you a rain check.
I get really bad performance anxiety before I give a speech.
If I were prime minister, I'd give Clinton a good talking to.
It seems that Tom had planned to give Mary the loan she had been looking for.
Give water to the thirsty and food to the hungry.
They always give their attention to environmental problems.
Human beings seem to find it difficult to give up their old habits.

English word "geven"(give) occurs in sets:

De populairste Engelse woorden 101 - 150
Most common Dutch words 201 - 250
Jezelf of iemand anders voorstellen
Activities - De handelingen
De handelingen - Activities

2. provide provide


Can we provide assistance?
The government will provide interest-free loans to firms that participate in the program.
This book aims to provide an explanation of modern Japanese grammar that is as systematic and as easily understood as possible.
The master plan includes programs to provide employment as well as recreation.
The families of the factory workers need schools, hospitals, and stores, so more people come to live in the area to provide these services, and thus a city grows.
The 456 billion dollars spent in the Iraq war could provide one year's free education for every child in the world.
Please let me know if I can provide you with any further information, or if you would like to contact me for questions.
We provide broad services to the computer end users, based on our experience and technical expertise.
This year, Edinburgh began work on its fifteen-year regeneration project to transform its waterfront and provide a new kind of living area for its growing population.
Admittedly, models of hegemonic order cannot provide an explanation for all observed successful bargaining strategies.
By obtaining advanced technology from Japan, those countries also plan to provide people with a technical education.
Medicaid, a program originally created to provide medical care for poverty-level women and children, today spends almost a third of its budget on elderly people.
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