gift

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İngilizce - Türkçe
armağan

Tom onun kadınlara Allahın bir armağanı olduğunu düşünüyor. - Tom thinks he's God's gift to women.

Pesto Tanrı'nın dünyaya armağanıdır. - Pesto is God's gift to the world.

Allah vergisi

Sağlık en büyük Allah vergisidir. - Health is the greatest gift.

hediye

Harika hediye için teşekkürler. - Thank you for the wonderful gift.

Bu hediye sizin için. - This gift is for you.

{i} doğuştan yetenek

Onun doğuştan yetenekleri var. - He has natural gifts.

{i} yetenek

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

Çok yetenekli bir sanatçısın. - You're a very gifted artist.

bahşiş
bergüzar
hünerli
bağışlama
ödül

Hiç ödül beklemiyordum. - I didn't expect any gift.

Yaşam, ödüllerini tekrar etmez. - Life does not repeat its gifts.

(İİ) çocuk oyuncağı
çok ucuz şey
(İİ) kelepir
basit iş
{i} hibe
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) armağan (mauss)
{i} yetenek, istidat, Allah vergisi
{i} kabiliyet

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

{i} bağış
(Kanun) hibe etme
vergi

Sağlık en büyük Allah vergisidir. - Health is the greatest gift.

ikram
(Osmanlıca,Ticaret) teberru
hedik
hediyedir
gifted
yetenekli

Onun yetenekli bir sanatçı olduğundan şüphe etmeye yer yok. - There is no room to doubt that he is a gifted artist.

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

gifted
{s} kabiliyetli

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

gift books
armağan kitaplar
gift of jewelry
takı
gift tax
(Ticaret) veraset ve intikal vergisi
gift cheque
hediye çeki
gift shop
hediyelik dükkanı
gift tax
teberru harcı
gift tax
hibe vergisi
gift token
hediye kuponu
gift voucher
hediye kuponu
gift wrap
hediye paketi yap

Onu hediye paketi yapar mısınız? - Could you gift wrap it?

gift-wrap
hediye paketi yapmak
gift-wrapping
hediye paketi
gift card
hediye çeki
gift certificate
Hediye çeki
gift of
hediye
gift over
hediye üzerinde
gift shop
hediyelik dükkânı
gift vouchers
Hediye çeki
gift-wrap
hediye paketlemek
gift booth
hediye standı
gift causal mortis
(Ticaret) ölüme bağlı bağış
gift market
(Ticaret) hediyelik eşya dükkanı
gift of persuasion
ikna yeteneği
gift of the gab
(deyim) konuskanlik ,konusma kabiliyeti
gift pack
hediya paketi
gift shop
hediyelik eşya mağazası

Hediyelik eşya mağazası ikinci katta. - The gift shop is on the second deck.

gift sub modo
(Kanun) şarta bağlı hibe
gift taxes
(Ticaret) hediyelerin vergilendirilmesi
gift to a superior
sungu
gift wrap
hediye paketlemek
gift wrap
hediye paketi yapmak
gift wrapping
hediye paketleme
give as a gift
hediye etmek
employee matching gift
(Politika, Siyaset) personel eş bağışı
gift box
hediye kutusu
gift box
hediye paketi
gifted
doğuştan kabiliyetli
gifted
seviyeli
gifted
üstün yetenekli

Tom çok üstün yetenekli. - Tom is very gifted and talented.

gifts
hediyeler

Davetiye, Hediyeler yok, lütfen diyordu. - The invitation said, No gifts, please.

Bunlar, arkadaşlarım için hediyeler. - These are gifts for my friends.

gifts
armağanlar

Bir öpücük yaşamın en değerli armağanlarından biridir. - A kiss is one of life's most precious gifts.

inheritance and gift tax
(Ticaret) veraset ve intikal vergisi
promise of gift
(Kanun) bağışlama vaadi
receive a gift
hediye almak
birthday gift
doğum günü hediyesi
christmas gift
noel hediyesi
free gift
karşılıksız hediye
have the gift of the gab
ağzı laf yapmak
look a gift horse in the mouth
hediyede kusur aramak
the gift of the gab
çenebazlık yeteneği
the gift of the gab
konuşkanlık
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth
beleş elde edilen, hediye olarak verilen birşeyde eksik ve kusur aranmamalıdır, bu hediye hakkında eleştiri yapılmamalıdır
Don´t look a gift horse in the mouth
Bahşiş atın dişine bakılmaz
a gift
hediye
a gift to
hediye etmek
as a gift
hediye olarak

Vasya amca hediye olarak bana bir tablo verdi. - Uncle Vasya gave me a painting as a gift.

Bir arkadaş hediye olarak meyve gönderdi. - A friend sent the fruit as a gift.

bearing gift
yatak hediye
cash gift
nakit para hediyesi
chipmunk gift
Hediye edilen kişiye olduğu kadar hediye edene de fayda getiren armağan

You know what? Let's call it chipmunk gift, u gonna use this gift more than me!.

dividend, perk, monetary gift
temettü, ikramiye, para hediye
gifted
Allah vergisi yeteneği olan, yetenekli
gifted
üstün zekalı
gifts
ödüller

Yaşam, ödüllerini tekrar etmez. - Life does not repeat its gifts.

have the gift of the gab
gab bir hediye var
look a gift horse in the mouth
ağzına bir hediye atı bakmak
not to have as a gift
bir hediye olarak sahip değil
the gift
hediye
the gift of the magi
(Edebiyat) Eşine Noel hediyesi olarak cep saati zinciri almak için saçlarını kestirip, peruk olarak satan kızın hikayesi. William Sydney Porter, O. Henry takma adıyla yazmıştır
accept a gift
hediyeyi kabul etmek
accept a gift
hediye almak
can you please gift wrap this for me
bunu hediye paketi yapar mısınız
could i have a gift box
hediye paketi alabilir miyim
deduction of gift
(Kanun) bağış indirimi
deed of gift
(Ticaret) bağış senedi
deed of gift
(Ticaret) hibe senedi
don't look a gift horse in the mouth
üzümünü ye bağını sorma
executed gift
(Kanun) elden hibe
gifted
üstün zekalı/yetenekli
gifted
{s} ileri zekâlı
gifted
becerikli
gifted
{s} yetenekli, istidatlı
greek gift
zarara uğratmak için verilen hediye
i want to purchase a special gift
özel bir hediye almak istiyorum
is there a gift shop nearby
buralarda hediyelik eşya mağazası var mı
marriage gift
takı takma
marriage gift
sabaş
the gift of the gab
konuşma yeteneği, cerbeze
this is a gift for a friend
bu arkadaşım için bir hediye
where is the nearest gift shop
en yakın hediyelik eşya mağazası nerede
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something gained incidentally, without effort
Something given to another voluntarily, without charge
To give (as a gift) to
A talent or natural ability
{i} present, offering; natural talent
{n} in law the main point
{n} a thing given, bribe, faculty
A gift is something that you give someone as a present. a gift of $50.00 They believed the unborn child was a gift from God. gift shops
Anything given; anything voluntarily transferred by one person to another without compensation; a present; an offering
A voluntary transfer of property for which nothing of value is received in return If the Internal Revenue Service is to recognize a transfer as a gift, the donor(s) must unconditionally transfer all title and control of the property to the recipient(s) at the time the gift is given
the act of giving
a voluntary transfer of money or material goods from an individual or entity to the University without a return of commensurate value It may or may not be given for any specific purpose
Anything of value received from any source for which no repayment or service to the contributor is expected
When you transfer property without receiving something of equal value in return, the federal government will assess a transfer tax where the value of the gift exceeds the annual exclusion and your unified credit is exhausted
It can be perfected only by deed, or in case of personal property, by an actual delivery of possession
A bribe; anything given to corrupt
a flexible, irrevocable award (of money, equipment, or other property) provided by a donor with few or no conditions specified (such as contractual requirements, specification of a period of performance, or formal financial accounting) Gifts do not act as grants supporting research activity, and as such are handled by the SIU Foundation, not by ORDA
A voluntary transfer of property to another person, made without receiving consideration in return
This includes amounts from a relative or a grant from the borrower's employer, a municipality, non-profit religious organization, or non-profit community organization that does not have to be repaid
A transfer of property from one person or entity to another without consideration or compensation For income tax purposes, the words "gift" and "contribution" usually have separate meanings, the latter word being used in connection with contributions to charitable, religious, etc , organizations, whereas the word "gift" refers to transfers of money or property to private individuals, needy persons, friends, relatives, etc The recipient of a gift is not required to include it in his gross income, and the maker of the gift is not entitled to deduct it (except for business gifts to customers of $25 or less per donee per year)
Money received from a philanthropic foundation, private individual, or private organization for which no repayment or special service to the contributor is expected
something acquired without compensation
If someone has a gift for doing something, they have a natural ability for doing it. As a youth he discovered a gift for teaching Her grandmother had the gift of making people happy. gamete intrafallopian transfer
To endow with some power or faculty
Gifts and bequests are awards given with few or no conditions specified Gifts may be provided to establish an endowment or to provide direct support for existing programs Frequently, gifts are used to support developing programs for which other funding is not available The unique flexibility, or lack of restrictions, makes gifts attractive sources of support (Also see Donation )
An asset transferred without legal considerations If the grantor and beneficiary are non-arm's length, the grantor may have to pay assessed capital gains on the fair market value of the gift
A unilateral transfer of money, property, or other assets to the recipient for the recipient’s ownership and use by a donor who makes no claims on the recipient in connection with the gift Gifts normally have the following characteristics: there are no reporting requirements or other deliverables restrictions on use of the gift are minimal, if at all, designated for the university, a unit, a program, or an activity and funds may be commingled with funds from other sources
same as gratuitous promise Once a gift has been made, the issue of whether or not there was consideration is irrelevant You can’t recover the gift for this reason
The act, right, or power of giving or bestowing; as, the office is in the gift of the President
funds are classified as gifts if the following characteristics exist: (1) funds are given voluntarily without expectation of any tangible compensation Under ordinary circumstances, the funds are awarded irrevocably; (2) funds are given for unrestricted use or for general support restricted to a specific area or purpose Beyond a possible designation of use, the donor does not impose contractual requirements on the award; (3) any subsequent reporting on the use of the funds to the donor is not a condition of the receipt of the funds
A voluntary transfer of real or personal property, without any consideration
Transfer of property without consideration with donative intent and by actual or constructive delivery
A cash gift a buyer receives from a relative or other source Lenders usually require a "gift letter" stating that the money will not have to be repaid
This refers to the natural aptitude to be a magus Any gifted child that is discovered is likely to be recruited as an apprentice
A cash donation other than an endowment, with no legal consideration imposed by the donor, i e , nothing is expected by the donor in return for the gift Gift accounts are established when funds are received by the University Such funds are spent in accordance with University regulations and must not be overdrawn Gift accounts earn interest, which is calculated monthly and posted either as a credit or a charge periodically throughout the fiscal year
Mormon: Mormonism has expanded the definition of the term 'gift' The expanded definition includes as 'gifts' things which are rewarded to an individual only after first completing certain requirements or first demonstrating sufficient worthiness The expanded definition also includes as 'gifts' things which once received, obligate the receiver to a set of conditions; which, if broken revoke the 'gift' Most 'gifts' in Mormonism actually fall under the expanded part of the Mormon definition (eternal life, grace, forgiveness, the help of the Holy Ghost, most of God's many blessings) Mormon doctrine goes so far as to say that God is 'obligated' to give a particular 'gift' once the prescribed prerequisites have been achieved by the receiver of the gift Most of the 'gifts' of Mormonism are not gifts but rewards, compensation, obligatory payments, and contracts Christian: A gift is something we receive which is undeserved, unearned, offered freely by the bestower
give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"
Contribution from a private, non-governmental source, made without expectation of any product or service of a tangible or intangible nature in return
natural qualities or talents
Some quality or endowment given to man by God; a preëminent and special talent or aptitude; power; faculty; as, the gift of wit; a gift for speaking
give qualities or abilities to
General support with minimal restrictions on use Progress and financial reports not usually required
An ART procedure that involves removing eggs from the woman's ovary, combining them with sperm, and using a laparoscope to place the unfertilized eggs and the sperm into the woman's fallopian tubes through a small incision in her abdomen
Something of value that is voluntarily transferred by one person to another out of affection, generosity, charity, or like impulses, and which is cost-free to the recipient
A voluntary transfer of property for which nothing of value is received in return If Internal Revenue Service is to recognize a transfer as a gift, the donor(s) must unconditionally transfer all title and control of the property to the recipient(s) at the time the gift is given
yift
Gift Aid
A policy that enables charities to reclaim the income tax on donations from taxpayers
gift card
A card issued by retailers as an alternative to a non-monetary gift, allowing the bearer to purchase goods up to its face value
gift cards
plural form of gift card
gift certificate
A voucher entitling the bearer to a free product or service, intended to be purchased as a gift
gift certificates
plural form of gift certificate
gift horse
An apparent gift, that has substantial associated costs

The woman on the telephone in the science-faculty office found me an address for Timothy Butler in no time at all. Full marks for information retrieval. Zero for security. If I had been consulted, I would have insisted that callers produce something more compelling than a vague interest in locating a student before his address could be handed over. Still, what it is they say about a gift horse?.

gift of gab
Alternative form of gift of the gab
gift of the gab
The ability to talk readily, glibly, and convincingly

I had meant to speak for ten minutes and must now go on for forty, and, though I've been racking my brains for three hours to think of something, I simply cannot last the course. Now you've got to be a good chap and help me. You're a Free Trader and can tell our people what a wash-out Protection is in the Colonies. All you fellows have the gift of the gab.

gift shop
A shop connected to a monument, sight, or museum or other place of interest, which sells products related to the nature of the place
gift that keeps on giving
Something with continuing consequences
gift that keeps on giving
Venereal disease
gift-horse
Attributive form of gift horse

gift-horse inspection.

gift-wrap
To wrap something in decorative wrappings prior to presenting it as a gift
gift-wrap
Decorative wrappings
gift certificate
A certificate usually presented as a gift that entitles the recipient to select merchandise of an indicated cash value at a commercial establishment
gift causa mortis
gift given by a person facing death to a specific recipient on condition that the property must be returned in the event that the giver does not die
gift certificate
coupon which is worth a certain amount of money and can be used as cash at the store in which it was purchased
gift certificate
A certificate usually presented as a gift that entitles the recipient to select merchandise of an indicated cash value at a commercial establishment. a special piece of paper that is worth a particular amount of money when it is exchanged for goods in a shop, often given as a present British Equivalent: gift token
gift deed
written obligation to grant a present
gift exchange
Transfer of goods or services that, although regarded as voluntary by those involved, is part of expected social behaviour. First studied by Marcel Mauss, the gift-exchange cycle entails obligations to give, receive, and return, each phase being surrounded with sanctions and calculations involving prestige and the maintenance of social relations. Some sacrifices may be viewed as gifts to supernatural powers from which a return in the form of aid or approval is expected; and the transfer of women in marriage between kin groups usually involves social obligations similar to those found in gift exchange. See also potlatch
gift from heaven
godsend, gift from God, heavenly gift, windfall
gift horse
a gift (usually of inferior quality) that should be accepted uncritically; "it wasn't much, but don't look a gift horse in the mouth
gift horse
{i} present (generally of inferior quality) that should be accepted in an uncritical manner
gift of gab
The ability to talk readily, glibly, and convincingly
gift of the gab
ability to speak well, eloquence
gift of tongues
The ability or phenomenon to utter words or sounds of a language unknown to the speaker, especially as an expression of religious ecstasy. Also called glossolalia, speaking in tongues
gift over
bequeathal in which an inheritance must be given to a secondary inheritor under certain conditions (i.e. in the event of the primary inheritor's death)
gift package
parcel containing presents, assortment of gifts
gift shop
a shop that sells miscellaneous articles appropriate as gifts
gift shop
a shop that sells small things that are suitable for giving as presents
gift tax
Federal tax on completed gifts from one person to another Under the Internal Revenue Code, the Gift Tax and the Estate Tax are actually one unified tax, with the same rates applying to each There is currently an annual exclusion of $10,000 applying to each gift of a present interest from a donor to each donee
gift tax
Both federal and state governments have gift tax laws which tax gifts made by one person to another
gift tax
Federal tax owed on gifts that exceed both the annual limit of $10,000 per recipient and the $600,000 lifetime unified credit Paying attention to the gift tax is important when setting up a college trust for your child See "Tax-Wise Savings " BACK TO TOP
gift tax
A tax that can be due when you give property or other assets away You are allowed to give away a maximum of $10,000 per person (to any number of people) in any year without the tax applying Above the $10,000 amount, you have a once-in-a-lifetime exclusion, which permits you to give away $600,000 of property without paying any gift tax The gift tax and the estate tax are coordinated (unified) so that the $600,000 exclusion is only available once between them The $600,000 is being increased in periodic increments to $1,000,000
gift tax
A graduated federal tax paid by donors on gifts exceeding $10,000 per year per donee
gift tax
a tax imposed on transfers of property by gift during the lifetime of the giver
gift tax
A graduated federal tax paid by a donor upon making a gift
gift tax
Both federal and state governments have gift tax laws which tax gifts made by one person to another (G)
gift tax
A tax levied by the federal government, and some states, on assets transferred from one person to another The tax rate increases with the value of the gift The donor pays the tax, not the recipient
gift tax
federal tax upon a monetary gift to a relative or friend Generally, each person may give up to $10,000 per year to each done without imposition of a federal gift tax On higher gifts, there may be a gift tax, or the gift may affect the donor's estate tax
gift tax
Gifts to individuals may be subject to gift tax However, the tax law allows for an exclusion of $10,000 (indexed annually for inflation) per year for gifts from one person to another person This means that a married couple could each give a child $10,000 And, if the child is married, they could each give the child's spouse $10,000 for a total annual gift to the couple of $40,000 In addition to the annual exclusion there is a once-in-a-lifetime exclusion for making even larger gifts
gift tax
A tax assessed on the giver of a property or asset as a gift A $10,000 federal gift tax exemption exists per recipient See: Gift splitting
gift tax
A graduated tax imposed by the federal government (and most state governments) on transfers of assets over $10,000 per year per donee
gift tax
This term is really a misnomer If you gift more than $10,000 to another person in any one year, you usually don't pay a tax, but instead you have to file a gift tax return, which lets the government keep track of the total gifts which exceed $10,000 per year per person you made in your lifetime, and which then effectively reduces your $600,000 Lifetime Exemption Thus, if five years before your death you make a gift of an asset worth $100,000 to your child during one year, you have deducted from your Lifetime Exemption $90,000, and at your death you will only be able to transfer $510,000 to your heirs free of tax
gift tax
A tax imposed by the federal government, and some states, on a person giving money or property to a non-charitable person or organization The giver owes the tax
gift tax
A gift tax is a state or federal tax imposed on a donor when the donor makes a gift of property
gift tax
A federal tax on gifts made while you are living Currently $11,000 per person per year is exempt from gift tax Also see "Annual Exclusion "
gift tax
A tax imposed on transfers of property by gift during the donor's lifetime See Gift Tax Exclusion below
gift tax
A tax on gratuitous transfers, usually only over $10,000, to non-charitable beneficiaries
gift tax
A tax imposed on the gratuitous transfer of assets, in excess of certain limits, made during an individual's lifetime Grantor The individual who establishes or creates a trust; also called a settlor, creator, donor, or trustor
gift tax
Under the Unified Federal Estate and Gift Transfer Tax System a tax levied on the transfer of property without payment or other value in exchange
gift tax
A tax imposed by the Federal Government since 1932 and by some states on transfers of property by gift during the donor's lifetime Gifts, under this law, may include irrevocable living trusts
gift tax
A tax imposed on the right of an individual to transfer assets during his or her lifetime Generally paid by the person making the gift, rather than the recipient
gift tax
A federal tax on gifts in excess of $10,000 per donee per year
gift tax
– A tax on the transfer of property by one individual to another while receiving nothing or less than full value in return The tax applies whether the donor intends the transfer to be a gift or not Back to Top
gift token
a special piece of paper that is worth a particular amount of money when it is exchanged for goods in a shop, often given as a present American Equivalent: gift certificate
gift voucher
gift certificate which is worth a certain amount of money and can be used as cash at the store in which it was purchased
gift wrap
'gift .wrapping attractive coloured paper used for wrapping presents in
gift wrap
attractive wrapping paper suitable for wrapping gifts
gift wrapped
{s} wrapped in decorative paper and ribbon
gift wrapping
ornamental wrapping for gifts
gift-wrap
wrap (a gift) attractively
gift-wrap
{i} decorative wrapping paper used to wrap gifts
gift-wrap
{f} wrap something decoratively which was bought as present
gift-wrap
to wrap a present with gift wrap, especially in a shop
gift-wrapped
A gift-wrapped present is wrapped in pretty paper
birthday gift
birthday present
bride gift
Alternative form of bride price
bride-gift
Alternative form of bride price
don't look a gift horse in the mouth
Do not unappreciatively question a gift or handout too closely
gifted
Simple past tense and past participle of gift
gifted
Endowed with special, in particular intellectual, abilities

a school for gifted children.

morning gift
A gift traditionally given in some (especially Germanic) cultures by the husband to his wife on the first morning of their marriage
never look a gift horse in the mouth
Alternative form of don't look a gift horse in the mouth
gifted
{a} endowed, invested, given
new-year's-gift
{n} a present on new-year's day
chipmunk gift
A seemingly generous present that will benefit the giver as much as the receiver. Origin: On an old Chipmunks Christmas album, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore give Dave a gift. He's overwhelmed with their generosity until he discovers it's an empty bag, which the Chipmunks say is for him to fill with presents and give back to them
matching gift
(Ekonomi) A donation from an employer matching an employee's charitable contribution, thereby doubling or even tripling the amount of the contribution
the gift of the magi
(Edebiyat) "The Gift of the Magi" is a short story written by O. Henry (a pen name for William Sydney Porter), about a young married couple and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money. As a sentimental story with a moral lesson about gift-giving, it has been a popular one for adaptation, especially for presentation during the Christmas season. The plot and its "twist ending" are well-known, and the story and its lesson are sometimes subverted for the sake of irony or humor. It was allegedly written at Pete's Tavern on Irving Place in New York City
A gift
blessing
Hanukkah gift
gift given in honor of the Jewish festival of Hanukkah
bride-gift
a wedding present to the bride
don't look a gift horse in the mouth
do not be critical of a gift
gifted
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gifted
A term used to describe a student who demonstrates a high level of ability and who needs special instructional services to achieve at a level equal to his or her ability
gifted
Having superior mental ability or intelligience Many children with ADHD are also gifted, however, gifted students without ADHD can also show symptoms of ADHD
gifted
{s} talented, skilled, having great natural ability
gifted
A gifted child is much more intelligent or talented than average. a state program for gifted children. having a natural ability to do one or more things extremely well talented gifted musician/artist/teacher etc
gifted
showing a natural aptitude for something
gifted
having above-average intelligence, usually an IQ of 120 or higher, and a superior talent for something (See 406)
gifted
Someone who is gifted has a natural ability to do something well. one of the most gifted players in the world He was witty, amusing and gifted with a sharp business brain
gifting
An estate planning tool used to implement an estate plan by making gifts to intended successors of assets owned by the person(s) making the gifts
gifting
present participle of gift
gifting
The free transfer of assets to another individual The first $10,000 may be transferred to an individual free of federal taxes each year Amounts greater than $10,000 per individual are taxable at the grantor's tax rate, but the excess may be applied against the grantor's unified credit
gifting
A means of implementation of an estate plan through gifts to intended successors in the ownership of assets owned by the person(s) making the gifts
gifts
Anything of monetary value dinner, lunch, a box of candy, tickets to a fundraiser, a pen, artwork, a reception, jewelry, etc A gift is also something that's not quite so concrete such as a discount, invitation to an event, entertainment, or forbearance of a loan A gift also includes services such as free tax preparation
gifts
Something which is received, or made, voluntarily
gifts
Something given, a present, the act of giving, the power or right of giving Corruption occurs when the gift is meant to, or would possibly influence, the public official
gifts
plural of gift
gifts
This category includes all unrestricted and restricted gifts received from individuals and non-governmental organizations The characteristics of a gift are that it is given voluntarily and does not impose on the University any responsibility, either written or verbal, to generate a tangible product or service, such as a report of research results Endowment fund gifts are also included in this category
gifts
Gifts are derived from outside sources, are for unrestricted use, and are free of the constraints of sponsored projects The acceptance of a gift usually precludes any accounting and reporting by the University The Office of Development is authorized to accept gifts on behalf of the University
gifts
Things you give one another to show your love and caring thoughts
gifts
Restricted donations of monies or property when recorded directly to a general ledger account Gifts received by state, designated or auxiliary accounts should be recorded in the appropriate subsidiary ledger account using a revenue object code When appropriate to record a gift in a general ledger account, select the code that best identifies the source of the gift (Refer to the Account Control Listing )
have a gift for
have a talent for, have natural ability
look a gift horse in the mouth
look for faults in something that was given free
one shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth
one should not try to find faults in something that was given as a free gift
parting gift
gift given upon departure, gift received when leaving
press a gift upon
force someone to accept a present, compel someone to take a gift
the gift law
law that rules on a promise to give a gift
token gift
small gift of symbolic value
gift