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forfeit

US [ˈfɔrfɪt]
UK [ˈfɔː(r)fɪt]
  • n.罚金;没收物
  • adj.被罚;被没收
  • v.(因犯错)丧失
  • Web罚款;失去;放弃
Simple Present:forfeits  Present Participle:forfeiting  Past Tense:forfeited  
forfeit
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v.
1.
~ sth
(因犯错)丧失,被没收to lose sth or have sth taken away from you because you have done sth wrong
If you cancel your flight, you will forfeit your deposit.
乘客取消航班订位,订金概不退还。
He has forfeited his right to be taken seriously.
他丧失了需被认真对待的权利。
n.
1.
罚金;没收物something that a person has to pay, or sth that is taken from them, because they have done sth wrong
adj.
1.
[nbn]
被罚;被没收taken away from sb as a punishment

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