Antonyms for gives back

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It has an echo which gives back fifteen repetitions of the original sound.

A good machine is one that gives back to us almost as much as we give it.

It gives back also the sun's heat, stored while the tree was growing.

The piano is a responsive instrument and gives back what you put into it.

If you work and love and plan for it, promptly it turns around and over and gives back a hundredfold more than you put into it.

He stands anxiously beside her while she takes a long draught and then gives back the cup.

The air, as a matter of fact, gives back to the thrust of the blades just as the pebbles slip back as one ascends a shingle beach.

Beyond the room is a passage of polished wood, so polished that it gives back the reflections of the white paper wall.

The best of them have the reflective power which gives back light from the mind of the reader.

Since medicine has been created by God, and since it is He who gives back health and restores life, turn to Him.