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waive

verb [T]
 
 
/weɪv/
ALLOW UNUSUAL ACTION to allow someone not to obey the usual rule or not to pay the usual amount of money
odstępować od, zrzekać się
He agreed to waive his fee to help us.Abstaining and refrainingAllowing and permitting
LAW to decide not to have something that you are allowed by law to have
zrzekać się
She waived her right to have a lawyer representing her.Refusing and rejecting
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