given

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Verb

Plain form
give

Third person singular
gives

Simple past
gave

Past participle
given

Present participle
giving

  1. The past participle of give. <> bayar (bayan an bada).
    Accepting what their Lord has given them. Indeed, they were before that doers of good. <> Sunã mãsu dĩbar abin da Ubangijinsu Ya bã su. Lalle sũ, sun kasance mãsu kyautatãwa a gabãnin haka (a dũniya). --Qur'an 51:16
    Not one person mentioned the financial advantage they’d been given from the start of the game. [1] <> Amma ba a samu ko guda daya da ya ce nunkin kudin da aka ba shi ne ya jawo masa nasarar ba. [2]

Preposition

Preposition
given

  1. Given x means if x is true, happened, exists, etc. <> idan wani abu gaskiya ne...
    Given our current problems, I don't think we can spend any more.
    Given a number, we can find another number that is bigger.
    amma dai za a iya amfani da su a matsayinwata alama ta gaba daya, idan aka yi la'akari da shedar da ake da ita zuwa yau ta yadda rayuwar jima'i take a wannan karni na 21. [3] <> but should be read more as a general indication, given the evidence to date, of the range of sex lives in the 21st Century. [4]

Adjective

Positive
given

Comparative
more given

Superlative
most given

  1. If someone is given to doing something, they do it regularly. <> abinda aka san wani da saba yi.
    My father's given to making long speeches about when he was a boy. <> Tun tuni an san Baba na da bada dogayen jawabai akan tarihinsa.
  2. If someone is given to something, they wear, use, or do it often. <> kayan da aka bada ake ta sanya.

Noun

Singular
given

Plural
givens

  1. A given is something that you accept as true. <> abu tabbas, tabbataccen abu.
    We need to make a decision about where we will live after this, but selling this house is a given.


Google translation of given

Da aka ba, ba.