Category: Part of speech:
To appear or come into being suddenly:
The benefit gained as the result of a previous action. (Intransitive, now rare) To give one's adhesion; to join up with (a group, etc.); to become part of. [from 15th c.]
To agree, approve, or consent to, especially regarding an action or opinion.
To surrender one's claim to, right to, or interest in; give up entirely:
To give up possession of; to yield; to resign.
To give up formally (a high office, throne, authority, etc.)
To give up; abandon (a plan, policy, etc.)
To quit is to stop doing something, or to formally leave a job.
To incline the body or head or bend the knee in greeting, consent, courtesy, acknowledgment, submission, or veneration.
come-to-terms (Idiomatic, of two or more parties, often with a prepositional phrase) to reach an agreement or settle a dispute. (Intransitive, with of and , with object before go) To release from one's grasp; to go from a state of holding on to a state of no longer holding on.
Or (intransitive) To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc.
The definition of forgo is to refrain from doing something or to do without something.
To give up (a claim or right, for example) voluntarily; relinquish. (Idiomatic) To quit; to give up. (Idiomatic) To take a less aggressive position in a conflict than one previously has or has planned to.
To supply, provide, or equip with whatever is necessary or useful; esp., to put furniture into (a room, apartment, etc.)
To produce as a result of a chemical or physical process:
To increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth:
To act in accordance with another's command, request, rule, or wish:
To express agreement or acceptance, as of a proposal.
To put off to a future time; postpone; delay
To provide resistance to (an electrical current).
To repulse is to reject someone, to be disgusted by something, or to drive someone away.
To accept into evidence as relevant and otherwise admissible:
To accept or support a policy or program:
To own or recognize in a particular quality, character or relationship; to admit the claims or authority of; to give recognition to.
The definition of acquiesce means to give in or go along with something without protesting, even if you don't really want to.
To succumb, as to exhaustion or authority; give in:
To give up all resistance; acquiesce:
To transfer the title or ownership of
To give assent, as to the proposal of another; agree:
To crush together or press into wrinkles; rumple.
be flexible under stress of physical force
To send out; give forth; discharge
To bring from a compact to an extended position; unfold:
To forego is defined as to go before.
To offer in good faith; pledge:
To give over; to make conveyance of; to give the possession or title of; to convey; -- usually in answer to petition.
Harvest is defined as to gather a crop.
be flexible under stress of physical force (Intransitive, figuratively) To act in a very submissive manner.
To trap or snare with or as with a net
The information that a computer produces by processing a specific input. To give (something else than money).
To allow; consent to; tolerate
To reap an advantage, financial or otherwise; benefit
To recompense is to pay someone back or make amends to someone for some loss.
(Nautical) To yield or give way. To give up or hand over (something to someone); to relinquish ownership of. [from 14th c.]
be flexible under stress of physical force
Soften is defined as to make more soft or more gentle. To roll or move upon truckles, or casters; to trundle.
To decline to accept or submit to (a command, etc.); decline to undergo
To keep in mind; remember:
Withhold is defined as to hold back or refuse.
To resist or endure successfully.
(Sports) To prevent from scoring.
To contend with in speech or action; resist; withstand
To keep (a person or thing) from doing something; impede:
To refuse to accept (someone) as a lover, spouse, or friend; rebuff.
To say or do (something) in reply, defense, or retaliation
The power of one branch of government to prohibit a certain action by another; for example, the chief executive’s right to refuse to sign a legislature-passed bill into law.
To disapprove is defined as to disagree with or be against something, or to express the fact that you are against something instead of in favor of it.
(Archaic) To draw up (a document).
(Intransitive) To receive payment for work.
To earn money, not including expenses. (Business, finance) To convert any kind of property into money, especially property representing investments, as shares, bonds, etc.
To do or give (an equivalent) in return To give up, surrender, or yield (e.g. a weapon), usually by placing it on the ground.
Demit is defined as to quit or fire.
To decide or declare that one will not or will no longer use or be associated with (something):
To transfer (one's interest in property) without warranty as to the extent of ownership on the part of the seller.
Renounce is defined as to give up a claim, belief, a practice or to refuse further association with someone.
To make or become less tense, taut, or firm; loosen: (Intransitive) To become weaker.
Fruit is defined as the positive result of something done.
A result; product; consequence
To make as income or profit
To remain in a state or condition; stay:
To receive as a prize or reward for performance:
To be before in time, order, or position.
In a strong manner; greatly, severely, vigorously, etc. The action of ingesting, or consuming something orally, whether it be food, drink, medicine, or other substance. It is usually referred to as the first step of digestion.
Something proceeding from a specified source:
A quantity collected at one time, especially the amount of profit or receipts taken on a business venture or from ticket sales at a sporting event.
Money or a thing of value that derives from a sale.
move in order to make room for someone for something
To manage to spare or give up:
(Mil.) To stand in formation at (reveille, retreat, etc.) (Intransitive) Of a person, to continue to live; to remain alive.
call-it-quits (Idiomatic) To conclude; to quit or stop an activity, especially after applying oneself to it for a significant period of time.
(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
To make submit or give in
A naturally occurring underground hollow or passage, especially one with an opening to the surface of the Earth. Caves can form through a variety of processes, including the dissolution of limestone by flowing water, the differential cooling of volcanic magma (which occurs when the outside surface of the lava cools, but the inside continues to flow downwards, forming a hollow tube), or the action of wind and waves along a rocky coast. Synonym Study
implies a yielding to another because of respect for his dignity, authority, knowledge, etc. to defer to another's judgment
suggests the yielding or softening of one in a dominant position who has been harsh, stern, or stubborn he relented at the sight of her grief
stresses the weakness of the one who gives way or the power and irresistibility of that which makes one yield she succumbed to his charms
implies surrender to a force that one has neither the strength nor will to resist further to capitulate to the will of the majority
implies a giving way under the pressure or compulsion of force, entreaty, persuasion, etc. to yield to demands
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