Verb(1) surrender under agreed conditions
(1) He also implied the Russian Government of Vladimir Putin should now capitulate to Chechen demands for independence.(2) This alone had made it possible to seize ocean bases from which to launch the final attack and force her metropolitan Army to capitulate without striking a blow.(3) The Company refuses to capitulate on its demands for four separate enterprise agreements to cover the different sections at Joy.(4) the patriots had to capitulate to the enemy forces(5) How many countries would capitulate to the overwhelming demands of the document?(6) Their intention is apparently to use the weather to force the region to capitulate to their demands for regime change.(7) An effort without ground action leaves the decision of when to capitulate with the enemy.(8) Of course it helps to have days like this, where one of Microsoft's most audacious business opponents finally capitulated .(9) On 20 June it capitulated , the garrison of 23,000 men surrendering, with vast quantities of stores.(10) He was variously attacked as a capitulator in the hands of the Rothschild bank and an oriental carpet-dealer selling off France's empire on the cheap.(11) Between those capitulators and the shorters we have more shares in supply than there is demand.(12) Guerin's family wanted her off the beat, but her editors capitulated to her demands.(13) Rhonda stands by her demand, and Philip capitulates , reluctantly agreeing to a December wedding.(14) However, there is never an excuse for capitulating and surrendering the public interest to the dictates of the market.(15) So great was the demoralization that formidable fortresses capitulated to mere cavalry units.(16) Pilot association members sacked their union executive last November for capitulating to government demands for staff cuts and huge concessions on wages.
1. surrender ::
3. yield ::
4. concede defeat ::
5. give up the struggle ::
rhoi'r gorau i'r frwydr
6. submit ::
7. knuckle under ::
plygu adeg o dan
8. lay down one's arms ::
gosod i lawr un o arfau
10. throw in the towel ::
daflu yn y to
1. resist ::
Different Formscapitulate, capitulated, capitulates, capitulating
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