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Noun(1) acceptance of despair(2) a verbal act of admitting defeat(3) the delivery of a principal into lawful custody(4) the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions
Verb(1) give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another(2) relinquish possession or control over
(1) As a consequence of the approach adopted by insurance companies on the early surrender of endowment policies, a market has developed in second-hand endowment policies.(2) Now, the merciless enemy commander wants to surrender .(3) To frighten the people sufficiently that they will gladly surrender their individual rights and those of their neighbors for the promise of security, you have to atomize them.(4) However, he was a soldier true at heart and would never surrender without resisting with all the means at his disposal.(5) This is effectively an exit penalty for anyone who wants to surrender a with-profits policy early and shift their money elsewhere.(6) Some of these organizations caused their opponents serious discomfiture and served notice that the landlords were not going to surrender their rights and privileges without a fight.(7) The Japanese refused to unconditionally surrender to allied forces.(8) Midfielders were determined to surrender possession in the early stages.(9) The policy, while savage, often meant the next towns along the way would surrender rather than resist.(10) There was no element of surrender in the early capitulations made between the powerful Ottoman Turk sultans and various European rulers.(11) In our system of government there is no provision for surrender .(12) they refused to surrender their weapons(13) Meanwhile, although it was agreed that we should surrender the policy, the firm continued to take the premiums.(14) The Kings could surrender a Game 1 to Jersey from sheer jitters.(15) The Allied policy of unconditional surrender also discouraged many from laying down their arms until there was no other option open.(16) He doesn't want to surrender the advantage he has as a fine hitter.
(1) to surrender :: i ildio
1. capitulate ::
2. give up ::
rhoi'r gorau iddi
3. abandon ::
4. cede ::
5. capitulation ::
6. resignation ::
7. giving up ::
rhoi'r gorau iddi
1. resist ::
Different Formssurrender, surrendered, surrendering, surrenders
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