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(Abbreviation) Gamete Intra-Fallopian Transfer
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(Abbreviation) Getting Interracial Families Together
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(Abbreviation) Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow
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(Abbreviation) Global Internet Freedom Technology
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(Abbreviation) Great Ideas Form Tomorrow
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(Abbreviation) Grocery Industry Foundation Together
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(Abbreviation) Growth Improvement for Female Teens
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(Abbreviation) Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology
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(Abbreviation) Gamete Inter-Fallopian Transfer
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(Abbreviation) Gamete Intra Fallopian Transfer
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(Abbreviation) Giving Inspiration For Transplantation
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(Abbreviation) Government Information Finder Technology
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(Abbreviation) Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training
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(Noun) present
Usage: John gave Mary a gift.

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(Noun) A special ability (talent); something given (present)
Usage: Johnny received a new sweater as a Christmas gift.

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(Noun) Something given without expectations of payment or anything else in return.
Usage: She accepted the gift with a smile.

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(Noun) Something that is given voluntarily, without compensation.
Usage: Sally gave her sister a green dress as a christmas gift.

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(Noun) something acquired without compensation
Usage: I was given a gift that was such a surprise.

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A gift is something that you give to another person.
Usage: At Christmas my family gives gifts to one another as a way of showing love.

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a talent
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(Noun) A present of sort
Usage: John gave Sue a gift

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(Noun) a present.
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(Noun) a present; something given to someone, typically with positive motivation
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(Noun) talent
Usage: Her gift was the ability to read minds.


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