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    Default presented them to the Minister

    Does this "present" have the meaning of more than just "give"? or "to give a present"?

    h7)There lived a Prime Minister who was fond of fish. People in the whole country bought fish, and presented them to the Minister. However, he would not accept the presents...

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    Default Re: presented them to the Minister

    Then, what does it mean? Like "dedicate something to your superior"?

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    Default Re: presented them to the Minister

    It means 'give as a present, formally/officially', as any dictionary will tell you.
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