Definition of Gift:

  1. Transfer of a good or property from one entity to another, without any money exchanging hands. Most firms have written rules for giving or taking of gifts by their officers and employees. Gifts of real property normally attract capital transfer tax (gift tax) or inheritance tax.

  2. A natural ability or talent.

  3. A thing given willingly to someone without payment; a present.

  4. Give (something) as a gift, especially formally or as a donation or bequest.

Synonyms of Gift

Present, Donation, Offering, Contribution, Handout, Presentation, Bestowal, Largesse, Alms, Charity, Bonus, Award, Premium, Bounty, Boon, Favour, Bequest, Legacy, Inheritance, Settlement, Subsidy, Grant, Endowment, Benefaction, Christmas present, Ability, Accomplishment, Accord, Acquirement, Acuity, Acuteness, Administer, Adroitness, Afford, Allot, Allow, Alms, An ear for, An eye for, Aptitude, Aptness, Attainment, Award, Baksheesh, Benefaction, Benefit, Benevolence, Bent, Bestow, Bestow on, Bestowal, Birthday present, Bonus, Boon, Bounty, Box, Braininess, Brightness, Brilliance, Bump, Cadeau, Caliber, Capability, Capacity, Capacity for, Charity, Chip in, Clear thinking, Cleverness, Communicate, Compliment, Complimentariness, Confer, Contribute, Contribute to, Contribution, Costlessness, Deal, Deal out, Dexterity, Dish out, Dispense, Dole, Dole out, Donate, Donate to, Donation, Dower, Dowry, Endowment, Equipment, Esprit, Expenselessness, Extend, Facility, Faculty, Fairing, Favor, Felicity, Flair, Fork out, Forte, Free ride, Freebie, Freeness, Genius, Genius for, Gift for, Gift with, Giftedness, Gifts, Give, Give freely, Give out, Give to, Grant, Gratuitousness, Gratuity, Hand out, Hand-out, Handsel, Head, Heap, Help to, Honorarium, Impart, Inclination, Innate aptitude, Instinct, Issue, Keen-wittedness, Keenness, Kick in, Knack, Labor of love, Largess, Largesse, Lavish, Leaning, Legacy, Let have, Long suit, Makings, Mental alertness, Mercurial mind, Mete, Mete out, Metier, Native cleverness, Natural endowment, Natural gift, Nimble mind, Nimble-wittedness, Nimbleness, No charge, Nose, Nous, Numen, Oblation, Offer, Offering, Parts, Peace offering, Pledge, Potential, Pour, Pourboire, Power, Powers, Premium, Present, Presentation, Prize, Proffer, Propensity, Qualification, Quick parts, Quick thinking, Quick wit, Quick-wittedness, Quickness, Rain, Ready wit, Remembrance, Render, Reward, Savvy, Serve, Set, Sharp-wittedness, Sharpness, Shell out, Shower, Slip, Smartness, Smarts, Snow, Souvenir, Speciality, Specialty, Sprightly wit, Strength, Strong flair, Strong point, Subscribe, Sweeten the kitty, Talent, Talents, Tendency, Tender, The goods, The stuff, Tip, Token, Tribute, Turn, Turn for, Vouchsafe, What it takes, White elephant, Yield, Talent, Flair, Aptitude, Facility, Knack, Technique, Touch, Bent, Ability, Expertise, Capacity, Capability, Power, Faculty, Present, Give, Bestow, Confer, Donate, Contribute, Endow, Award, Accord, Grant

How to use Gift in a sentence?

  1. The company gifted 2,999 shares to a charity.
  2. He has a gift for comedy.
  3. The child was grounded after throwing a tantrum and demanding a gift from every person who attended his birthday party.
  4. The little boy carefully wrapped a beautiful blue scarf in brightly colored paper and proudly gave it to his loving mother as a gift for her birthday.
  5. Sometimes it can be a good idea to give a gift to a company you may be entering a long term relationship with.
  6. A Christmas gift.

Meaning of Gift & Gift Definition