Significado de “gift” - en el Diccionario Inglés

gift en inglés británico

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uk /ɡɪft/ us /ɡɪft/

gift noun (PRESENT)

A2 [ C ] a present or something that is given:

The guests all arrived bearing (= bringing) gifts.

[ C usually singular ] informal something that is surprisingly easy or cheap:

That goal was a gift!
£100 for a good leather coat? It's a gift!

Más ejemplos

  • Thanks to a large gift from an anonymous donor, the charity was able to continue its work.
  • Please indicate which free gift you would like to receive.
  • My husband and myself were delighted with the gift.
  • It was easy to see the gift as a sort of bribe.
  • She's got a secret admirer who keeps sending her gifts.

giftverb [ T ]

uk /ɡɪft/ us /ɡɪft/

(Definición de gift del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

gift en inglés americano

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giftnoun [ C ]

us /ɡɪft/

gift noun [ C ] (PRESENT)

something that is given, esp. to show your affection; a present:

I have to get my sister a gift for her birthday.

gift noun [ C ] (ABILITY)

a special or unusual ability; a talent:

He has a gift for music – he plays the piano and sings beautifully.

(Definición de gift del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gift en inglés de negocios

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giftnoun [ C ]

uk /ɡɪft/ us

something that is given as a present:

Thousands of people bought the book as a Christmas gift.

something that you give without getting anything in return:

You must convince the tax man that your gift is entirely for charitable purposes.

giftverb [ T ]

uk /ɡɪft/ us

to give something in an official or formal way:

I gifted to my husband my 50 per cent share of the property.

(Definición de gift del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)