Give – phrasal verb
Give away – give something as a present
They are giving away some free drinks this afternoon to attract new customers.
Give something away – to betray, to reveal
She gave her friend’s secret away to her husband.
Give in – to succumb to
The company gave in to the unions‘ relentless pressure.
Give in to somebody/something – to agree to do something you don’t want doing
He gave in to her wife’s pleading and call her mother to apologise.
Give off – to produce something (smell, light, etc.)
These roses are giving off a faint sweet smell.
Give up – stop doing something
You should give up smoking! It’s very bad for you.
Give something up to somebody – to hand over
Upon arrival, we’ve given up our travel documents to the local authorities.
Give up on somebody – stop hoping or believing that a person will change
His parents have given up on him a long time ago.