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forfeit

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfɔːfɪt/ LAW
something that you lose the right to have or do because you have failed to obey a rule or law: Schools and their employees found in violation of the policy are subject to penalties, including fines or forfeits.
Translations of “forfeit”
in Vietnamese tiền phạt, vật bị mất…
in Spanish multa…
in Thai การถูกปรับ…
in Malaysian denda…
in French gage…
in German die (Geld)Buße…
in Chinese (Traditional) (因違規而造成的)罰金,喪失物…
in Indonesian denda…
in Chinese (Simplified) (因违规而造成的)罚金,丧失物…
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