Phrasal Verb: Give out

Phrasal Verb: Give out


Meaning: Distribute

Example: Somebody was GIVING leaflets OUT in front of the underground station.

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Meaning: Stop working, through age or overuse

Example: I'd been having trouble with my laptop and it finally GAVE OUT at the weekend.

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Meaning: Have no more of a supply

Example: The water GAVE OUT after a week in the desert.

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Meaning: Make public

Example: They GAVE the names of the winners OUT last night.

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Meaning: Emit

Example: The factory GIVES OUT a lot of fumes.

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Meaning: End or finish somewhere

Example: The path GIVES OUT halfway around the lake.

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Meaning: Make a sound or noise

Example: She GAVE OUT a moan.

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Meaning: Read the wordings of a hymn or psalm aloud for congregational singing

Example: He GAVE OUT the psalm.

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