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relinquish

US [rəˈlɪŋkwɪʃ]
UK [rə'lɪŋkwɪʃ]
  • v.(尤指不情愿地)放弃
  • Web废除;撤回;停止
Simple Present:relinquishes  Present Participle:relinquishing  Past Tense:relinquished  
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v.
1.
(尤指不情愿地)放弃to stop having sth, especially when this happens unwillingly
He was forced to relinquish control of the company.
他被迫放弃对公司的控制权。
They had relinquished all hope that she was alive.
他们已经完全不指望她还活着了。
She relinquished possession of the house to her sister.
她将房子让给了她的妹妹。

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