1. To forsake, leave behind
2. To give up with the intent of never claiming again; SYN. give up.
3. To leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch; SYN. forsake, desert, to leave in the lurch.
4. To stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas, claims, etc.; SYN. give up.
To give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations; SYN. renounce.
ETYM Latin capitulare to draw up in chapters.
To surrender under agreed conditions.
1. To bar from attention or consideration; SYN. disregard, brush aside, brush off, discount, push aside, ignore.
2. To cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration; SYN. throw out.
3. To end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave; SYN. usher out.
4. To stop associating with; SYN. send packing, send away, drop.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: forsook, forsaken).
1. To quit or leave entirely; to desert; to abandon; to depart or withdraw from; to leave.
2. To renounce; to reject; to refuse.
To allow the other team to score:, in baseball; SYN. allow.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: quit).
1. To stop an action.
2. To take leave of one's employment, permanently and abruptly.
3. To exit from an enclosed area.
1. To withdraw from; to leave behind; to desist from; to abandon; to quit
2. To give up; to renounce a claim to; resign
To accept as inevitable; SYN. reconcile, submit.
1. To give up or agree to forego to the power or possession of another; SYN. give up.
2. To relinquish possession or control over; SYN. cede, deliver, give up.
3. To relinquish to the power of another; yield to the control of another; SYN. relinquish.