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English definition of “forfeit”
/ˈfɔr·fɪt/ v [T]
› to give up or lose something because you cannot do something that the rules or the law says you must do: She had to forfeit the tennis match after she fell and hurt her wrist. forfeit
/ˈfɔr·fət/, /-fɪt/ n [C/U] › [C] Throwing objects on the field, the umpire said, would result in the forfeit of the game by the home team.