• Definition for "capitulate"
    • To surrender under specified conditions; visited terms.
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capitulate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To surrender under specified conditions; visited terms.
    • To give up all weight; acquiesce. See Synonyms at yield.
    • to be in or draw up the heads or terms of an agreement, as with chapters or articles; to agree.
    • To surrender on terms arranged (usually, drawn up under a few minds).
    • To surrender under certain circumstances; come to terms.
    • To give up all resistance; acquiesce. See Synonyms at yield.
    • to be in or set up the heads or regards to an agreement, as with chapters or articles; to agree.
    • To surrender on terms arranged (usually, drafted under a few heads).
  • verb:
    • To draw up in chapters; to enumerate.
    • To draw up the articles of pact with; to take care of, deal, parley.
    • To concur regards to surrender; to get rid of all resistance, to quit; to go alongside or comply.
    • surrender under agreed conditions
    • To draw up in chapters; to enumerate.
    • to-draw up the articles of pact with; to take care of, deal, parley.
    • To agree terms of surrender; to end all weight, to give up; to go along side or comply.
    • surrender under agreed circumstances
  • verb-transitive:
    • To surrender or move, as an army or a fortress, on specific problems.
    • To surrender or move, as an army or a fortress, on particular problems.
  • others:
    • to attract up a writing in chapters, minds, or articles; therefore, to attract up articles of agreement; arrange terms of arrangement; treat; in addition, to come into an agreement; confederate.
    • To surrender to an enemy on stipulated conditions.
    • Having a capitulum or knob. Particularly
    • In botany, head-like: applied to the apothecium of a lichen if it is irregularly curved or globular and sitting regarding apex of a stem-like percentage of the thallus, as with Cladonia.
    • to attract up a writing in chapters, heads, or articles; ergo, to draw up articles of agreement; organize terms of agreement; treat; in addition, to enter an agreement; confederate.
    • To surrender to an enemy on stipulated conditions.
    • Having a capitulum or knob. Particularly
    • In botany, head-like: put on the apothecium of a lichen if it is irregularly rounded or globular and sitting regarding the apex of a stem-like percentage of the thallus, as with Cladonia.
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