give up the ghost translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "give up the ghost" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

give up the ghost

to die
Death and dyingNot functioning
humorous If a machine gives up the ghost, it stops working
We've had the same TV for over ten years and it's just given up the ghost.
Not functioning
to stop trying to do something because you know that you will not succeed
All I'd cherished from early childhood had been denied me, so I simply gave up the ghost.
Stop having or doing something
(Definition of give up the ghost from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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