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surrender /səˈrendə $ -ər/ verb

پس گرفتن و تبدیل کردن ، صرفنظر کردن ، واگذار کردن ، سپردن ، رهاکردن ، تسلیم شدن ، تحویل دادن ، تسلیم ، واگذاری ، صرفنظر ، قانون ـ فقه: الحاق ملک کوچکتر به ملک بزرگتر مستحیل شدن ملک جزء در ملک کل ، بازرگانی: واگذاری
- give in, capitulate, give way, submit, succumb, yield
- give up, abandon, cede, concede, part with, relinquish, renounce, waive, yield
- submission, capitulation, relinquishment, renunciation, resignation
Related Idioms: haul down one's colors, strike the (or one's) flag
Related Words: commit, consign, entrust, give in, give up, appeasement, Munich, relenting, succumbing, yielding, white flag
English Thesaurus: surrender, give in, admit/accept defeat, conced

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. surrender1 /səˈrendə $ -ər/ verb
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French; Origin: surrendre, from sur- (surcharge) + rendre 'to give back, yield']

1. [intransitive] to say officially that you want to stop fighting, because you realize that you cannot win:
Germany surrendered on May 7th, 1945.
The terrorists were given ten minutes to surrender.

2. [intransitive and transitive] to go to the police or the authorities, and say that you want to stop trying to escape from them
surrender (yourself) to somebody
He immediately surrendered himself to the authorities.

3. [transitive] to give up something or someone, especially because you are forced to:
They agreed to surrender their weapons.
She was reluctant to surrender her independence.
Marchers who had cameras were forced to surrender their film.

4. surrender to something to allow yourself to be controlled or influenced by something:
Colette surrendered to temptation and took out a cigarette.

5. [transitive] formal to give something such as a ticket or a passport to an official
surrender something to somebody
Steir voluntarily surrendered his license to the State.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. surrender2 noun [singular, uncountable]

1. when you say officially that you want to stop fighting because you realize that you cannot win:
the humiliation of unconditional surrender (=accepting total defeat)
surrender to somebody/something
the Nazis’ surrender to the Allied forces

2. when you give away something or someone, usually because you are forced to
surrender of
a surrender of power
the surrender of all illegal weapons

3. when you allow yourself to be controlled or influenced by something:
total surrender to drug addiction

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. total | unconditional | immediate
VERB + SURRENDER demand The allied commander demanded their immediate and unconditional surrender.
force/starve into The villagers were starved into surrender.
accept, take The division took the surrender of a group of some 500 rebels.
PREP. ~ to the government's surrender to the nationalists' demands
PHRASES a flag of surrender The rebels hoisted the white flag of surrender.
in (mock) surrender He raised his hands in mock surrender.
the terms of surrender offering them easy terms of surrender

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. completely After three weeks under siege they surrendered completely.
immediately | eventually, finally | formally The British formally surrendered on 31 May.
VERB + SURRENDER order sb to They were ordered to surrender their weapons to the police.
agree to They agreed to surrender their claim to the territory.
refuse to | be forced to
PREP. to He surrendered voluntarily to his enemies. The dictator surrendered power to Parliament.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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