Giveaway meaning

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Something given free or sold cheap so as to attract customers, etc.
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Something that is obvious or apparent; something that reveals a secret.

The frosting in his beard was a giveaway that he had been munching the cake.

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An inadvertent revealing of something that is not otherwise evident or is meant to be concealed.

Pulling at his ear was a giveaway that he was bluffing at cards.

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The act or an instance of losing possession of the ball or puck to the opposing team, as by a misdirected pass.
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An unintentional revelation or betrayal.
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An instance of giving something away free or for inadequate compensation.
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A radio or television program in which prizes are given to contestants.
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A promotion or contest in which prizes are given away.
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Something that is given away or handed out for free.

The t-shirt was a giveaway from the company that sells the software.

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Origin of giveaway