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surrender

US [səˈrendər]
UK [səˈrendə(r)]
  • n.投降;交出;屈服;屈从
  • v.投降;交出
  • Web放弃;臣服;自首
Simple Present:surrenders  Present Participle:surrendering  Past Tense:surrendered  
Surrender
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v.
1.
[i][t]
投降to admit that you have been defeated and want to stop fighting; to allow yourself to be caught, taken prisoner, etc.
The rebel soldiers were forced to surrender.
叛军被迫投降。
The hijackers eventually surrendered themselves to the police.
劫机者最终向警方投降。
2.
(被迫)放弃,交出to give up sth/sb when you are forced to
He agreed to surrender all claims to the property.
他同意放弃对那笔财产的一切权利要求。
They surrendered their guns to the police.
他们向警察交出了枪。
The defendant was released to await trial but had to surrender her passport.
被告被释放候审,但须交出护照。
n.
1.
~ (to sb/sth)
投降an act of admitting that you have been defeated and want to stop fighting
They demanded (an) unconditional surrender .
他们要求无条件投降。
2.
屈服;屈从the fact of allowing yourself to be controlled by sth
They accused the government of a surrender to business interests.
他们指责政府唯商界利益是从。
3.
~ of sth (to sb)
(尤指在战争等过后)放弃,交出an act of giving sth to sb else even though you do not want to, especially after a battle, etc.
They insisted on the immediate surrender of all weapons.
他们坚持要求立即交出全部武器。

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