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give birth (to somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive birth (to somebody)give birth (to somebody)MBif a woman gives birth, she produces a baby from her body Patsy was celebrating last night after giving birth to twins. birth
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give birth (to somebody)Clones of clones are giving birth to other clones.At 9:40 Claudia gave birth to a nine-pound baby boy.Earth gave birth to her last and most frightful offspring, a creature more terrible than any that had gone before.The Birmingham Canal, authorised in 1768, in effect gave birth to a port.Locklear has just given birth to a daughter.Two months later she gave birth to a female child who was born with club feet.These females do not lay eggs; they give birth to young aphids, all of which are females.Another version has Poseidon raping the Gorgon, Medousa, who gives birth to Persephone.
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