To give away

to make over to another; to transfer.

See also: Give

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Had he been in his right senses, he could not have thought of such a thing as begging you to give away half your fortune from your own child."
There never were such people as the Shimerdas for wanting to give away everything they had.
At first she found it amusing to give away dresses and ribbons to the maids, but when that was done and what was left had still to be packed, she found it dull.
I have known ambition, when cured at court by frequent disappointments (which are the only physic for it), to break out again in a contest for foreman of the grand jury at an assizes; and have heard of a man who had so far conquered avarice, as to give away many a sixpence, that comforted himself, at last, on his deathbed, by making a crafty and advantageous bargain concerning his ensuing funeral, with an undertaker who had married his only child.
When I come over next year to give away the bride, or whenever I come, I shall have the sense to keep the household brigade in ambuscade and not to manoeuvre it on your ground.
Mr Archer, now aged 60, has the last few copies of Apple and Oranges left and is looking to give away 50 copies to local fans as a thank you.
Mr Archer, now aged 60, has the last few copies of Apple and Oranges left and is looking to give away 25 copies to local fans as a thank you for all their support over the years.
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Dubai: Enticing consumers to spend more, a mega shopping mall in Dubai is promising to give away a kilo of gold this weekend.
Poe said they chose to give away presents to the families in the cemetery this year instead of an orphanage to fulfill FPJ's then promise to the children to come back to the cemetery and give away gifts.