英 [gɪft] 美 [ɡɪft]
名词 天赋; 赠送; 赠品，礼物; 天资
及物动词 赋予; 向…赠送; 天赋权力(或才能等); 授予
1. He is a man of gifts.
2. At $2 it's a gift!
3. The boy has a gift for music.
1. While such gift giving is considered general business practice in China, it can be viewed as a bribe in other countries.
2. But he only realized by chance that he had the gift to illustrate his thoughts in pictures.
3. " We believe yak is a gift offered by nature to the Tibetan people, " says Wang.
4. The calligrapher also wrote out the film's title and gave the piece to the crew as a gift.
5. The man is a noted calligrapher, and he later offered to make us a scroll as a gift.
6. Take a twist on a traditional gift by visiting one of Beijing's more eclectic candy shops and buying something sweet to express your love.
7. A boy rushed to his sugar cane field and uprooted a cane to present to Yao as a gift.
8. The document also takes gift certificates into account as they are widely used instead of cash to bribe officials.
9. Historical records show that this was a gift from Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan to the wife of the Rajah of Cebu.
A gift is something that you give someone as a present.
e.g. ...a gift of $50.00...
e.g. They believed the unborn child was a gift from God.
If someone has a gift for doing something, they have a natural ability for doing it.
e.g. As a youth he discovered a gift for teaching...
e.g. Her grandmother had the gift of making people happy.