Phrasal Verb: Give up

Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Stop doing something that has been a habit

Example: I GAVE UP taking sugar in tea and coffee to lose weight.

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Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Stop being friendly, end relationships

Example: She GAVE UP all her school friends when she went to university.

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Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Stop doing something

Example: I have GIVEN UP trying to help them.

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Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Surrender, stop trying

Example: I can't think of the answer; I GIVE UP.

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Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Sacrifice or dedicate time, etc, to something

Example: I GAVE UP all my free time to the project.

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Meaning: Allow someone to sit in your chair, take your place, etc

Example: I GAVE UP my seat to a pregnant woman.

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Phrasal Verb: Give up


Meaning: Allow or give away a run while pitching (baseball)

Example: He has GIVEN UP 14 earned runs in 14 innings.

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