give up definition

  • verb:
    • to surrender
    • to get rid of or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • to lose hope
    • to abandon
    • to admit beat, to capitulate
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of tips or claims
    • leave (work, post, or place) voluntarily
    • let the various other (baseball) team to get
    • stop consuming
    • spend the a possession or appropriate
    • call it quits aided by the intent of never saying again
    • relinquish possession or control over
    • give up facing beat of lacking hope; admit beat
    • call it quits what's perhaps not purely required
    • surrender or consent to forgo into energy or possession of some other
    • stop a situation or a task
    • shed (s.th.) or lose the ability to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • to surrender
    • to stop or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • to get rid of hope
    • to abandon
    • to surrender
    • to end or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • to reduce hope
    • to surrender
    • to abandon
    • to admit defeat, to capitulate
    • to surrender
    • to prevent or desist; to stop
    • to acknowledge defeat, to capitulate
    • stop keeping or insisting on; of ideas or claims
    • to get rid of or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims
    • leave (employment, post, or place) voluntarily
    • to relinquish
    • leave (work, post, or place) voluntarily
    • to get rid of hope
    • let the various other (baseball) staff to get
    • to get rid of hope
    • let the other (baseball) team to get
    • to abandon
    • end eating
    • to abandon
    • stop consuming
    • to admit defeat, to capitulate
    • spend the a possession or right
    • spend a possession or right
    • give-up because of the intention of never claiming once more
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of a few ideas or claims
    • relinquish control or control of
    • stop trying aided by the intention of never ever claiming once more
    • leave (employment, post, or place) voluntarily
    • give up in the face of beat of lacking hope; admit defeat
    • relinquish control or control of
    • permit the various other (baseball) staff to score
    • give up what is not strictly required
    • stop trying in the face of beat of lacking hope; acknowledge beat
    • stop eating
    • surrender what's perhaps not strictly needed
    • give up or consent to forgo toward energy or control of some other
    • spend the a possession or right
    • give-up with all the intention of never ever claiming once more
    • stop a situation or an activity
    • shed (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or criminal activity
    • relinquish possession or control of
    • stop trying facing defeat of lacking hope; acknowledge beat
    • call it quits what exactly is maybe not purely needed
    • call it quits or consent to forgo to the power or control of some other
    • put an end to a situation or an activity
    • to surrender
    • lose (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • to stop or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • to admit defeat, to capitulate
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims
    • leave (work, post, or place) voluntarily
    • let the other (baseball) team to score
    • end ingesting
    • throw in the towel or consent to forgo to your energy or possession of some other
    • part with a possession or appropriate
    • put an end to a situation or a task
    • quit using intention of never claiming once more
    • lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime
    • relinquish possession or control of
    • surrender facing defeat of lacking hope; admit beat
    • to get rid of hope
    • give up what is not purely needed
    • quit or agree to forgo toward energy or ownership of another
    • end circumstances or a task
    • lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • to abandon
    • to acknowledge beat, to capitulate
    • end keeping or insisting on; of ideas or claims
    • leave (work, post, or position) voluntarily
    • allow the other (baseball) group to score
    • end ingesting
    • spend a possession or appropriate
    • give up using intention of never saying once more
    • relinquish ownership or control of
    • give-up in the face of beat of lacking hope; acknowledge defeat
    • stop trying what's maybe not strictly needed
    • surrender or accept forgo into the power or control of another
    • put an end to a state or an activity
    • drop (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • to surrender
    • to prevent or desist; to quit
    • to relinquish
    • to lose hope
    • to abandon
    • to admit defeat, to capitulate
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of some ideas or statements
    • leave (employment, post, or position) voluntarily
    • allow the other (baseball) group to score
    • end consuming
    • part with a possession or right
    • stop trying using intent of never ever claiming again
    • to surrender
    • to quit or desist; to give up
    • to relinquish
    • to reduce hope
    • to abandon
    • to acknowledge defeat, to capitulate
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims
    • leave (work, post, or position) voluntarily
    • enable the various other (baseball) team to get
    • end eating
    • to surrender
    • spend a possession or right
    • to surrender
    • to surrender
    • relinquish ownership or control over
    • to end or desist; to quit
    • call it quits with the intention of never saying once again
    • quit in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat
    • to cease or desist; to give up
    • to get rid of or desist; to stop
    • to relinquish
    • to relinquish
    • relinquish control or control over
    • stop trying understanding not purely required
    • to relinquish
    • to reduce hope
    • stop trying in the face of beat of lacking hope; acknowledge beat
    • give-up or agree to forgo toward power or possession of another
    • to get rid of hope
    • to abandon
    • to abandon
    • stop a situation or an action
    • to admit defeat, to capitulate
    • shed (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • to admit beat, to capitulate
    • stop maintaining or insisting on; of a few ideas or statements
    • end maintaining or insisting on; of a few ideas or statements
    • leave (employment, post, or position) voluntarily
    • leave (employment, post, or position) voluntarily
    • permit the various other (baseball) group to get
    • to lose hope
    • end eating
    • allow the other (baseball) staff to score
    • to abandon
    • part with a possession or right
    • stop eating
    • to admit beat, to capitulate
    • call it quits with all the intent of never saying again
    • part with a possession or appropriate
    • relinquish control or control over
    • end keeping or insisting on; of some ideas or claims
    • stop trying with the intention of never ever claiming again
    • leave (employment, post, or position) voluntarily
    • give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; acknowledge beat
    • relinquish ownership or control of
    • give up what is not strictly needed
    • let the various other (baseball) team to get
    • quit or agree to forgo towards power or control of another
    • end consuming
    • stop trying when confronted with beat of lacking hope; admit defeat
    • spend a possession or appropriate
    • put an end to a situation or an activity
    • give-up what's maybe not purely needed
    • surrender or accept forgo towards energy or possession of some other
    • surrender with all the intention of never ever claiming once again
    • drop (s.th.) or lose the ability to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime
    • end a state or an action
    • give up what is maybe not strictly required
    • shed (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • surrender or agree to forgo into power or possession of some other
    • stop a situation or an action
    • drop (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • relinquish control or control over
    • give-up when confronted with defeat of lacking hope; acknowledge defeat
    • call it quits understanding perhaps not strictly required
    • give-up or agree to forgo to your power or control of another
    • end a situation or an activity
    • drop (s.th.) or lose the ability to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime

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