give up
تلفظ آنلاین

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لو دادن ، منصرف شدن ، ول کردن ، ترک کردن ، تسلیم کردن ، دست برداشتن از ، قانون ـ فقه: تسلیم کردن
give up
[verb]
Synonyms: abandon, call it a day or night, cease, desist, leave off, quit, relinquish, renounce, stop, surrender
English Thesaurus: stop, quit, give something up, pack something in, pull out of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

give up phrasal verb (see also give)

1. give something ↔ up to stop doing something, especially something that you do regularly:
Darren has decided to give up football at the end of this season.
She gave up her job and started writing poetry.
give up doing something
I gave up going to the theatre when I moved out of London.
Why don’t you give up smoking?

2. to stop trying to do something:
We spent half an hour looking for the keys, but eventually gave up and went home.
I give up. What’s the answer?
You shouldn’t give up so easily.
give up doing something
I gave up trying to persuade him to continue with his studies.
give something ↔ up
She has still not given up the search.
The ground was too hard to dig so I gave it up as a bad job (=stopped trying because success seemed unlikely).

3. give yourself/somebody up to allow yourself or someone else to be caught by the police or enemy soldiers:
The siege ended peacefully after the gunman gave himself up.
give yourself/somebody up to
In the end, his family gave him up to the police.

4. give up something to use some of your time to do a particular thing:
I don’t mind giving up a couple of hours a week to deal with correspondence.

5. give something/somebody ↔ up to give something that is yours to someone else:
The family refused to give up any of their land.
She was put under tremendous pressure to give the baby up.
give something/somebody ↔ up to
I would always give my seat up to an elderly person on the bus.

6. give somebody ↔ up to end a romantic relationship with someone, even though you do not really want to:
I knew deep down that I should give him up.

7. give somebody up for dead/lost etc to believe that someone is dead and stop looking for them:
The ship sank and the crew were given up for dead.

8. give it up for somebody spoken informal used to ask people to applaud someone
give up the ghost at ghost1(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

give up
give up (something)
to stop doing or having something.
She says she would give up eating before she gave up her cigarettes.

You never give up looking for survivors of a disaster.

He wasn't good at tennis, but he didn't want to give it up.

1.
to admit defeat or failure.
Humans always mess things up, but we can't give up — we have to keep trying.

2.
to stop trying to guess the correct answer.
“Guess what I'm doing.” “Reading?” “Nope.” “I give up.”

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

give up something
give up (something)
to stop doing or having something.
She says she would give up eating before she gave up her cigarettes.

You never give up looking for survivors of a disaster.

He wasn't good at tennis, but he didn't want to give it up.

1.
to admit defeat or failure.
Humans always mess things up, but we can't give up — we have to keep trying.

2.
to stop trying to guess the correct answer.
“Guess what I'm doing.” “Reading?” “Nope.” “I give up.”

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

give up
to abandon/stop something
I have decided to give up my plan to work in Hong Kong for a year.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

give up
v.
1a. To stop trying to keep; surrender; yield.
The dog had the ball in his mouth and wouldn't give it up.
Jimmy is giving up his job as a newsboy when he goes back to school.
Compare: GIVE ONESELF UP, HAND OVER, LET GO(1a).
Antonym: HOLD ON TO.
1b. To allow; permit.
Ford gave up two walks in the first inning.
2. To stop doing or having; abandon; quit.
The doctor told Mr. Harris to give up smoking.
Jane hated to give up her friends when she moved away.
Compare: LEAVE OFF, PART WITH.
3. To stop hoping for, waiting for, or trying to do.
Johnny was given up by the doctors after the accident, but he lived just the same.
When Mary didn't come by nine o'clock, we gave her up.
I couldn't do the puzzle so I gave it up.
4. To stop trying; quit; surrender.
The war will be over when one of the countries gives up.
The other team gave up after we scored three touchdowns.
Compare: GIVE IN2, RESIGN ONESELF, THROW IN THE SPONGE.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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