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waive

verb [T]
 
 
/weɪv/ formal
to not demand something you have a right to, or not cause a rule to be obeyed
放棄(權利);不遵守(規則)
The bank manager waived the charge (= said we didn't have to pay), as we were old and valued customers.
那位銀行經理沒有收取我們的費用,因為我們是尊貴的老顧客。
If the government waives (= removes) the time limit, many more applications will come in.
假如政府取消時間限制,那麼就會收到多得多的申請。
He persuaded the delegates to waive (= give up) their objections.
他說服代表們不再反對。
Allowing and permitting
(Definition of waive from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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