acceptance of despair
giving up, yielding, surrender(noun)
a verbal act of admitting defeat
the delivery of a principal into lawful custody
capitulation, fall, surrender(verb)
the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
"they were protected until the capitulation of the fort"
gloaming, giving up, autumn, declension, drop, pin, gloam, downfall, crepuscle, descent, capitulation, yielding, decline, declination, downslope, declivity, dip, fall, resignation, tumble, crepuscule, dusk, free fall, spill, evenfall, nightfall, twilight
surrender, give up(verb)
give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another
"The last Taleban fighters finally surrendered"
quit, allow, resign, deliver, chuck up the sponge, vacate, abandon, fall by the wayside, spare, free, give up, lay off, dispense with, drop out, part with, throw overboard, throw in the towel, forego, throw in, waive, renounce, release, drop by the wayside, forgo, cede, discontinue, kick, forfeit, stop, relinquish, cease
surrender, cede, deliver, give up(verb)
relinquish possession or control over
"The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"
spare, fork up, extradite, rescue, abandon, hand over, forfeit, dispense with, return, resign, save, fork over, forgo, concede, have, relinquish, throw in, deport, part with, fall by the wayside, redeem, lay off, waive, throw overboard, allow, cease, throw in the towel, give up, grant, discontinue, turn in, birth, stop, render, pitch, cede, deliver, present, yield, chuck up the sponge, renounce, fork out, drop out, free, drive home, drop by the wayside, kick, release, vacate, forego, give birth, quit, bear
To give up into the power, control, or possession of another; specifically (Military) to yield (land, a town, etc.) to an enemy.
To give oneself up into the power of another, especially as a prisoner; to submit or give in to.
The yielding of the leasehold estate by the lessee to the landlord, so that the tenancy for years merges in the reversion and no longer exists.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To surrender is to give up upon compulsion, as to an enemy in war, hence to give up to any person, passion, influence, or power. To yield is to give place or give way under pressure, and hence under compulsion. Yield implies more softness or concession than surrender; the most determined men may surrender to overwhelming force; when one yields, his spirit is at least somewhat subdued. A monarch or a state cedes territory perhaps for a consideration; surrenders an army, a navy, or a fortified place to a conqueror; a military commander abandons an untenable position or unavailable stores. We sacrifice something precious through error, friendship, or duty, yield to convincing reasons, a stronger will, winsome persuasion, or superior force. Compare ABANDON.
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How to use surrender in a sentence?
Death is the enemy. I spent 10 years of my life singlemindedly studying, practicing, fighting hand to hand in close quarters to defeat the enemy, to send him back bloodied and humble and I am not going to roll over and surrender.
We welcome the proposals by IAG that they would surrender some slots in Gatwick. We will certainly be bidding for the slots and we would certainly want to expand services we offer at Gatwick.
It is unfortunate that the DA and police did not honor our commitment to surrender next week and arrested him.
If time marches on and more things are said and it becomes clear this isn't a meritorious prosecution they're running ... that could lead the minister to say, 'At the end of the day, I'm not prepared to order surrender, here'.
If people feel they can no longer care for a pet, all they have to do is surrender him or her to a nearby rescue group or shelter, rather than abandon the poor animal at some random location, where their chances of survival are almost zero, this is truly a cowardly act and a punishable offense.
Translations for surrender
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- استسلام, استسلمArabic
- sich ergeben, Kapitulation, kapitulieren, ErgebungGerman
- παραδίνομαι, παράδοσηGreek
- entregar, abandonar, rendirse, rendir, capitularSpanish
- alistuma, allaandmine, loovutamaEstonian
- luovuttaminen, antautuminen, luovutus, antautua, luovuttaa, luopuminenFinnish
- reddition, capituler, se rendre, capitulation, abandonFrench
- thoir thairis, thoir suas, gèilleadh, gèillScottish Gaelic
- 放棄する, 譲渡, 自首する, 自首, 投降する, 降服, 譲渡する, 降服する, 放棄, 投降, 降伏Japanese
- whakahauraro, hauraro, haurarotangaMāori
- entregar-se, render, entregar, capitular, render-sePortuguese
- сдаваться, капитуляция, сдать, капитулировать, сдаться, сдача, сдаватьRussian
- ge sig, ge uppSwedish
- teslim olmak, teslim etmek, teslim olmaTurkish
- đầu hàngVietnamese
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