29 Common Collocations with GIVE in English

Learn frequently used collocations with GIVE in English with examples.

List of common collocations with Give.

Collocation Examples

Frequently Used Collocations with GIVE

Give a call (a ring, a buzz)

  • Give me a call to let me know you’ve arrived safely.

Give a chance

  • Let me give a chance for the youngsters

Give a choice

  • I was given no choice; I had to go to the boring lecture.

Give a damn

  • She doesn’t give a damn about her job.

Give a hand

  • He always give a hand to anyone in difficulty.

Give a headache

  • The noise was giving her a headache.

Give a hug or kiss

  • Come here and give me a hug!

Give a lecture or speech or performance

  • The president will give a long speech.

Give a ride

  • I’ve got to get into town. Can you give me a ride?

Give an advice

  • We are here to give people advice about health issues.

Give an answer

  • John always gives perfect answers in class.

Give an example

  • John gave Iceland as an example of a cold country.

Give an idea

  • He gave an idea for new project so he got a promotion.

Give an opinion

  • He didn’t give an opinion on the matter.

Give birth

  • I’m pregnant and I’ll give birth.

Give credit

  • You have to give credit to her for turning the match around.

Give evidence

  • I was asked to give evidence at the trial.

Give notice

  • She’s given notice that she intends to leave.

Give permission

  • The city authorities gave permission for the rally to take place.

Give priority

  • They must also give priority to looked after children in care.

Give rise to

  • They can give rise to cosmetic concerns.

Give somebody a call

  • I’ll give you a call later in the week.

Give somebody a chance

  • It gives me a chance to get away from soccer a little.

Give somebody a lift

  • Please give me a lift onto the saddle.

Give something a go

  • I doubt if he’ll listen to advice from me, but I’ll give it a go.

Give the impression

  • His body did not give the impression of age.

Give thought (to)

  • Have you given any more thought to going back to school?

Give hope

  • This book can and will give hope to the hopeless.

Give way

  • You must give way to any pedestrians on the crossing.

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