English to Yoruba Meaning :: gift

Gift :
ebun
- ebunyonu siGifitiniebun
 

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Noun(1) something acquired without compensation(2) natural abilities or qualities(3) the act of giving
Verb(1) give qualities or abilities to(2) give as a present; make a gift of

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(1) Most importantly, she was completely focussed on the concert and didn't seem to take her natural gift for granted.(2) that touchdown was an absolute gift(3) And that sense of boundless opportunity is a gift that we must pass on to all who come after us.(4) Presenting the gift , Grant said she had heard a lot about the group since her return from England and decided to pay them a visit to learn even more.(5) his mother's gift of a pen(6) As a comedy writer, she has a gift for acerbic insight - the kind of funny that hurts.(7) Usually, if a woman wants to end the relationship, she returns the gift willingly.(8) Yet the core of Boyd's ability, the essence of his talent, is his gift for finishing.(9) But he has developed a rare gift for drawing, and his talent is now being recognised nationally.(10) The king meant to present the elephant as a wedding gift to his nephew and future emperor of Europe, Maximilian II.(11) His talent is not just a gift for judging what the public want to watch and listen to, but working it for all it's worth while it's hot.(12) Larson is a talented writer with a gift for surprising language, and an admirable impulse to show and not tell.(13) I had already been given a rare opportunity and gift .(14) that goal was an absolute gift(15) It's rare to find a stand-up with such a gift for characterisation or such original and well-researched material.(16) She had a natural instinct and gift for moving in a sexy way when she was nude.
Related Words
(1) gift shop ::
ile itaja ebun
(2) gift card ::
ebun kaadi
(3) a gift ::
a ebun
(4) gift box ::
ebun apoti
(5) free gift ::
free ebun
(6) gift store ::
ebun itaja
(7) birthday gift ::
ojo ibi ebun
(8) gift certificate ::
ebun ijẹrisi
(9) gift voucher ::
ebun owo sisan
Synonyms
Noun
1. present ::
bayi
2. talent ::
Talent
3. endowment ::
ẹbun
Verb
5. present ::
bayi
6. give ::
fun
7. endue ::
endue
Different Forms
gift, gifted, gifting, gifts
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

You\'ll be Master Kraznys\' gift to me.

You'll be Master Kraznys' GIFT to me.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3


to return home and use your gift

to return home and use your GIFT

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 2


This is the most amazing
gift I\'ve ever gotten.

This is the most amazing GIFT I've ever gotten.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 24


And-and what better gift
to give you than the gift

And-and what better GIFT to give you than the GIFT

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 2


A gift for the gods.

A GIFT for the gods.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4


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