give me a lift

give me a lift
I.
give me a ride, pick you up
  

Can I give you a lift to school? Want to ride with me?

II.
give me a happy feeling, cause me to feel better
  

Pat's jokes give me a lift. When I laugh, I feel much better.


English Idioms. Sayings and slang .

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