emit, give out, give off(verb)
give off, send forth, or discharge; as of light, heat, or radiation, vapor, etc.
"The ozone layer blocks some harmful rays which the sun emits"
distribute, give out, hand out, pass out(verb)
give to several people
"The teacher handed out the exams"
circulate, emit, shell out, lot, spread, conk out, die, pass on, dish out, zonk out, deal out, allot, fail, swoon, go bad, dispense, dole out, give off, give way, conk, deal, parcel out, disperse, circularize, run out, black out, administer, go, disseminate, pass around, hand out, faint, mete out, pass out, diffuse, broadcast, distribute, propagate, break down, circularise, break, stagger
fail, run out, give out(verb)
"The water supply for the town failed after a long drought"
go, beetle off, conk out, give way, fail, flunk, bomb, betray, peter out, break down, poop out, die, bolt, run down, neglect, run out, drain, break, bolt out, flush it, run off, pass out, miscarry, give off, emit, expire, spill, go wrong, distribute, hand out, go bad
fail, go bad, give way, die, give out, conk out, go, break, break down(verb)
stop operating or functioning
"The engine finally went"; "The car died on the road"; "The bus we travelled in broke down on the way to town"; "The coffee maker broke"; "The engine failed on the way to town"; "her eyesight went after the accident"
peter out, function, crumble, give off, perish, break away, give way, unwrap, hold out, run, endure, lead, hand out, split up, conk out, operate, dampen, travel, collapse, last, go wrong, bomb, transgress, discontinue, founder, weaken, go away, crumple, bump, discover, demote, stop, go, take apart, move, damp, ease up, rifle, separate, decompose, miscarry, split, run low, die out, cash in one's chips, dissect, smash, pause, move over, spoil, pass out, pass away, get out, drop dead, fracture, relegate, bring out, violate, reveal, divulge, part, betray, let on, blend in, run short, get around, get going, locomote, intermit, wear out, expire, lose it, check, break dance, break-dance, live, give-up the ghost, kick the bucket, breach, blend, burst, give, plump, crack, ruin, run down, fit, erupt, emit, better, flush it, belong, tumble, offend, go bad, become flat, survive, crush, get, disclose, break off, snuff it, bust, flunk, become, give away, break up, analyse, live on, interrupt, break out, croak, run out, choke, poop out, pop off, pall, sound, fall in, soften, go against, let out, come apart, neglect, extend, start, depart, kick downstairs, distribute, decease, die, pass, proceed, break down, infract, exit, conk, fail, buy the farm, bankrupt, hold up, develop, expose, break, analyze, fall apart, break in, snap off, snap, yield, work, cave in, wear, recrudesce
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To announce is to give intelligence of in some formal or public way. We may announce that which has occurred or that which is to occur, tho the word is chiefly used in the anticipative sense; we announce a book when it is in press, a guest when he arrives. We advertise our business, communicate our intentions, enunciate our views; we notify an individual, give notice to the public. Declare has often an authoritative force; to declare war is to cause war to be, where before there may have been only hostilities; we say declare war, proclaim peace. We propound a question or an argument, promulgate the views of a sect or party, or the decision of a court, etc. We report an interview, reveal a secret, herald the coming of some distinguished person or great event. Publish, in popular usage, is becoming closely restricted to the sense of issuing through the press; we announce a book that is to be published.
advertise, announce, circulate, communicate, declare, enunciate, give notice (of), herald, make known, notify, proclaim, promulgate, propound, publish, report, reveal, say, spread abroad, state, tell
The event was announced to the family by telegraph.
intransitive verb : to come out from a source transitive verb : emit
she seems to emanate an air of serenity a sweet scent emanating from the blossomsSubmitted by WilliamRP1988 on March 15, 2020
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How to use give out in a sentence?
Life essentially follows a barter system because a person has to give-out something to get-in something else of the same value only.
We want to give out a warning to young people: think about what you’re doing, don’t ever share sex videos. It can have consequences for the victims and also for those distributing. We really hope that it is an eye opener for young people, that they should be careful in the digital world about what you should do.
Uber faces an uphill task in Uber China especially since Didi Chuxing is multiple times larger by transaction value and city coverage, this will lead to favorable outcomes for both companies. The biggest benefit is cost savings, they no longer have to give out subsidies to drivers and passengers. It will give pricing power as the new entity will become the dominant player. That means profitability will come sooner than later.
It's advertised as one-for-one model but in reality we'll probably give out more meals than we are selling, the goal is to encourage people to support their community by buying from us.
You may not be able to give out all your resources/riches/fortune to the needy/helpless. But, you can give out some part of it/them just to advance the cause of the needy/helpless.
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