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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of give a hoot

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of give a hoot:
/ɡɪv ə hut/

Derived Form of give

noun
plural: gives
verb
third person: gives
past: gave
past participle: given
present participle: giving
Noun
1
the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
Synonymsspring, springiness,
Hypernymselasticity,
Type ofelasticity, snap,
Verb
1
cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense
  1. She gave him a black eye
  2. The draft gave me a cold
Hyponymsaward, deliver, infect,
Typesdeliver, drive home, infect,
2
be the cause or source of
  1. He gave me a lot of trouble
  2. Our meeting afforded much interesting information
Synonymsyield, afford,
Hyponymsleave, open,
Hypernymssupply,
Type offurnish, provide, render, supply,
Typesallow, allow for, leave, open, open up, provide,
3
transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
  1. I gave her my money
  2. can you give me lessons?
  3. She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care
Antonymstake,
Hyponymsaccord, allow, bestow, concede, contribute, cough up, deposit, distribute, enfeoff, heap, lease, lend, offer, pay, present, provide, render, requite, spare, supply, support, vest,
Hypernymstransfer,
Type oftransfer,
Typesaccord, administer, allot, allow, bank, bestow, cater, cede, chip in, concede, contribute, cough up, deal, deal out, deposit, dish out, dispense, dispense with, distribute, dole out, enfeoff, furnish, give, give up, grant, heap, kick in, lease, lend, let, loan, lot, mete out, offer, parcel out, part with, pay, ply, pony up, present, proffer, provide, render, rent, repay, requite, return, shell out, spare, spit up, submit, supply, support, yield,
See alsogive back, giver, giving,
4
convey or reveal information
  1. Give one's name
Hyponymscast, quote,
Hypernymsstate,
Type ofsay, state, tell,
Typescast, quote,
See alsogiving,
5
convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow
  1. Don't pay him any mind
  2. give the orders
  3. Give him my best regards
  4. pay attention
Synonymspay,
Hyponymsoffer,
Hypernymscommunicate,
Type ofcommunicate, intercommunicate,
Typesextend, offer,
6
organize or be responsible for
  1. hold a reception
  2. have, throw, or make a party
  3. give a course
Synonymshold, throw, have, make,
Hypernymsdirect,
Type ofdirect,
7
convey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture
  1. Throw a glance
  2. She gave me a dirty look
Synonymsthrow,
Hypernymscommunicate,
Type ofcommunicate, intercommunicate,
8
give as a present; make a gift of
  1. What will you give her for her birthday?
Synonymsgift, present,
Hyponymsbequeath, distribute, donate, endow, give away, grant, raffle, render, surrender, tender, tip, treat,
Typesbequeath, bung, cede, deed over, deliver, distribute, donate, dower, endow, fee, give away, give out, give up, grant, hand out, leave, raffle, raffle off, render, submit, surrender, tender, tip, treat, will,
See alsogiver, giving,
9
cause to happen or be responsible for
  1. His two singles gave the team the victory
Synonymsyield,
Hypernymsmake,
10
dedicate
  1. give thought to
  2. give priority to
  3. pay attention to
Synonymspay, devote,
Hypernymsthink,
Type ofcerebrate, cogitate, think,
11
give or supply
  1. The cow brings in 5 liters of milk
  2. This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn
  3. The estate renders some revenue for the family
Synonymsrender, yield, return, generate,
Hypernymsproduce,
Type ofcreate, make, produce,
12
transmit (knowledge or skills)
  1. give a secret to the Russians
  2. leave your name and address here
  3. impart a new skill to the students
Synonymsimpart, leave, pass on,
Hyponymsconvey,
Hypernymstell,
13
bring about
  1. The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth
Synonymsestablish,
Hyponymsintroduce, pacify,
Hypernymsmake,
Type ofcreate, make,
Typesintroduce, pacify,
14
leave with; give temporarily
  1. Can I give you my keys while I go in the pool?
  2. Can I give you the children for the weekend?
Hypernymspass,
Type ofgive, hand, pass, pass on, reach, turn over,
15
emit or utter
  1. Give a gulp
  2. give a yelp
Hypernymsutter,
Type ofemit, let loose, let out, utter,
16
endure the loss of
  1. He gave his life for his children
  2. I gave two sons to the war
Synonymssacrifice,
Hypernymsrelease,
Type offree, give up, release, relinquish, resign,
17
place into the hands or custody of
  1. hand me the spoon, please
  2. Turn the files over to me, please
  3. He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers
Synonymspass, hand, reach, pass on, turn over,
Hyponymsdeal, entrust, give, hand over, release, slip,
Hypernymstransfer,
Type oftransfer,
Typescommit, confide, deal, deliver, entrust, fork out, fork over, fork up, free, get in, give, give up, hand over, intrust, leave, release, relinquish, render, resign, slip, sneak, trust, turn in,
18
give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
  1. She committed herself to the work of God
  2. give one's talents to a good cause
  3. consecrate your life to the church
Synonymsdedicate, consecrate, commit, devote,
Hyponymsapply, rededicate, vow,
Hypernymsuse,
Type ofapply, employ, use, utilise, utilize,
Typesapply, consecrate, rededicate, vow,
19
give (as medicine)
  1. I gave him the drug
Hypernymsadminister,
Type ofadminister, dispense,
20
give or convey physically
  1. She gave him First Aid
  2. I gave him a punch in the nose
Synonymsapply,
Hyponymsadminister, tread,
Hypernymsdistribute,
Type ofadminister, allot, deal, deal out, dish out, dispense, distribute, dole out, lot, mete out, parcel out, shell out,
Typesadminister, tread,
21
bestow
  1. give homage
  2. render thanks
Synonymsrender,
Hyponymsdedicate,
Hypernymscommunicate,
Type ofcommunicate, intercommunicate,
Typesdedicate,
22
bestow, especially officially
  1. grant a degree
  2. give a divorce
  3. This bill grants us new rights
Synonymsgrant,
23
move in order to make room for someone for something
  1. The park gave way to a supermarket
  2. `Move over,' he told the crowd
Synonymsmove over, give way, ease up, yield,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofmove,
24
give food to
  1. Feed the starving children in India
  2. don't give the child this tough meat
Synonymsfeed,
Antonymsstarve,
Hyponymsbottlefeed, breakfast, breastfeed, corn, crop, dine, fodder, force-feed, inject, lunch, nutrify, overfeed, range, regurgitate, scavenge, slop, spoonfeed, undernourish,
Hypernymsprovide,
Type ofcater, ply, provide, supply,
Typesaliment, bottlefeed, bottle-feed, breakfast, breastfeed, corn, crop, dine, fodder, force-feed, give suck, graze, inject, lactate, lunch, malnourish, nourish, nurse, nutrify, overfeed, pasture, range, regurgitate, scavenge, slop, spoonfeed, suck, suckle, swill, undernourish, wet-nurse,
See alsogiving,
25
contribute to some cause
  1. I gave at the office
Synonymscontribute, chip in, kick in,
Hyponymscombine,
Hypernymsgive,
Type ofgive,
Typescombine,
See alsogiving,
26
break down, literally or metaphorically
  1. The wall collapsed
  2. The business collapsed
  3. The dam broke
  4. The roof collapsed
  5. The wall gave in
  6. The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice
Synonymscollapse, fall in, cave in, give way, break, founder,
Hyponymsbreak, buckle, flop, implode, slump,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchange,
Typesbreak, buckle, crumple, flop, go off, implode, sink, slide down, slump,
27
estimate the duration or outcome of something
  1. He gave the patient three months to live
  2. I gave him a very good chance at success
Hypernymsestimate,
Type ofapproximate, estimate, gauge, guess, judge,
28
execute and deliver
  1. Give bond
Hypernymsexecute,
Type ofexecute,
29
deliver in exchange or recompense
  1. I'll give you three books for four CDs
Hypernymscompensate,
Type ofcompensate, indemnify, recompense, repair,
30
afford access to
  1. the door opens to the patio
  2. The French doors give onto a terrace
Synonymsafford, open,
31
present to view
  1. He gave the sign to start
Hypernymsshow,
Type ofshow,
32
perform for an audience
  1. Pollini is giving another concert in New York
Hypernymsperform,
Type ofperform,
33
be flexible under stress of physical force
  1. This material doesn't give
Synonymsyield,
Hypernymsstretch,
Type ofstretch,
See alsogive in,
34
propose
  1. He gave the first of many toasts at the birthday party
Hypernymstoast,
Type ofdrink, pledge, salute, toast, wassail,
35
accord by verdict
  1. give a decision for the plaintiff
Hypernymsaccord,
36
manifest or show
  1. This student gives promise of real creativity
  2. The office gave evidence of tampering
Hypernymsexpress,
Type ofevince, express, show,
37
offer in good faith
  1. He gave her his word
Hypernymspledge,
Type ofpledge,
See alsogiving,
38
submit for consideration, judgment, or use
  1. give one's opinion
  2. give an excuse
Hypernymssubmit,
Type ofsubject, submit,
39
guide or direct, as by behavior of persuasion
  1. You gave me to think that you agreed with me
Hypernymslead,
Type oflead,
40
allow to have or take
  1. I give you two minutes to respond
Hypernymspermit,
Type ofallow, countenance, let, permit,
41
inflict as a punishment
  1. She gave the boy a good spanking
  2. The judge gave me 10 years
Hypernymsinflict,
Type ofbring down, impose, inflict, visit,
42
occur
  1. what gives?
Hypernymshappen,
Type ofcome about, fall out, go on, hap, happen, occur, pass, pass off, take place,
43
consent to engage in sexual intercourse with a man
  1. She gave herself to many men
Hypernymsaccept,
Type ofaccept, consent, go for,
44
proffer (a body part)
  1. She gave her hand to her little sister
Hypernymsoffer,
Type ofoffer, proffer,
45
tell or deposit (information) knowledge
Synonymsimpart, leave, pass on,
Type oftell,
See alsogiving,
46
legal use: accord by verdict
Type ofaccord, allot, grant,

Derived Form of a

noun
plural: as
Noun
1
a metric unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter (or 0.0001 micron); used to specify wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation
Synonymsangstrom, angstrom unit, A,
Hypernymsmetric linear unit,
Meronymspicometer,
Holonymsnanometer,
Partsmicromicron, picometer, picometre,
Type ofmetric linear unit,
Part ofmicromillimeter, micromillimetre, millimicron, nanometer, nanometre, nm,
2
any of several fat-soluble vitamins essential for normal vision; prevents night blindness or inflammation or dryness of the eyes
Synonymsvitamin A, antiophthalmic factor, axerophthol, A,
Hyponymsvitamin A1, vitamin A2,
Hypernymsfat-soluble vitamin,
Type offat-soluble vitamin,
Typesdehydroretinol, retinol, vitamin A1, vitamin A2,
3
one of the four nucleotides used in building DNA; all four nucleotides have a common phosphate group and a sugar (ribose)
Synonymsdeoxyadenosine monophosphate, A,
Hypernymsnucleotide,
Type ofnucleotide,
4
(biochemistry) purine base found in DNA and RNA; pairs with thymine in DNA and with uracil in RNA
Synonymsadenine, A,
Hypernymspurine,
Type ofpurine,
Part ofdeoxyribonucleic acid, desoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, ribonucleic acid, RNA,
5
the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
  1. a typical household circuit carries 15 to 50 amps
Synonymsampere, amp, A,
Hypernymscurrent unit,
Meronymsmilliampere,
Holonymsabampere,
PartsmA, milliampere,
Type ofcurrent unit,
Part ofabamp, abampere,
6
the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet
SynonymsA,
Hypernymsletter,
Type ofalphabetic character, letter, letter of the alphabet,
Part ofLatin alphabet, Roman alphabet,
7
the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen
SynonymsA, type A, group A,
Hypernymsblood group,
Type ofblood group, blood type,
Other
1
indefinite article, "an" is use before a vowel sound, "a" otherwise
Synonymsan,

Derived Form of hoot

noun
plural: hoots
verb
third person: hoots
past: hooted
past participle: hooted
present participle: hooting
Noun
1
a loud raucous cry (as of an owl)
Hypernymscry,
Type ofcall, cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell,
2
a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
Synonymsboo, Bronx cheer, hiss, raspberry, razzing, razz, snort, bird,
Hypernymscry,
Type ofcall, cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell,
3
something of little value
  1. his promise is not worth a damn
  2. not worth one red cent
  3. not worth shucks
Synonymsdamn, darn, red cent, shit, shucks, tinker's damn, tinker's dam,
Hypernymsworthlessness,
Type ofworthlessness,
Verb
1
to utter a loud clamorous shout
  1. the toughs and blades of the city hoot and bang their drums, drink arak, play dice, and dance
Hyponymsgrunt-hoot, pant-hoot,
Hypernymsutter,
Type ofemit, let loose, let out, utter,
Typesgrunt-hoot, pant-hoot,
See alsohooter,
2
utter the characteristic sound of owls
Hypernymsutter,

give a hoot on Youtube

  1. I thought it was a hoot that you were playing Heads Up
  2. I thought this was gonna be a hoot.
  3. Sadly, that's all we get of these gals, but they are a hoot.
  4. CONSTANTLY BLURTING OUT THIS GUY'S A HOOT IN REAL LIFE.
  5. is gonna be a hoot.
  6. -Oh, that's a hoot.
  7. -OTAH. Oh, that is a hoot.
  8. -That's a hoot. -Oh, that's a hoot.
  9. Amigo, I don't give a hoot about robbing banks.
  10. Oh, it is a hoot and a half.
  11. are all hooting hoot a hoot is the sound of an owl talking about
  12. Give a hoot, don't pollute.
  13. (John) So how many hoots would you say this is. (Cinnamon) This is a hoot. (John) This is a hoot. (Cinnamon) This is a hoot.
  14. DON'T GIVE A HOOT FOR HEX OR HOODOO
  15. WELL, BATSY, IT'S BEEN A HOOT, AS ALWAYS...
  16. And plowin' fields Ain't such a hoot
  17. PULL OVER! TRUCKULES COMING THROUGH. >> Monarch: THAT GUY'S A HOOT.
  18. TRUCKULES COMING THROUGH. >> Monarch: THAT GUY'S A HOOT.
  19. TRUCKULES COMING THROUGH. >> Monarch: THAT GUY'S A HOOT. >> Dr. Girlfriend: I USED TO
  20. Lollie's a hoot, too!