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resign

verb /rəˈzain/
to leave a job etc
dimitir
If he criticizes my work again, I’ll resign He resigned (from) his post.
(with to) to make (oneself) accept (a situation, fact etc) with patience and calmness
resignarse
He has resigned himself to the possibility that he may never walk again.
resignation /reziɡˈneiʃən/ noun the act of resigning.
dimisión
a letter etc stating that one is resigning
dimisión
You will receive my resignation tomorrow.
(the state of having or showing) patient, calm acceptance (of a situation, fact etc)
resignación
He accepted his fate with resignation.
resigned adjective (often with to) having or showing patient, calm acceptance (of a fact, situation etc)
resignado
He is resigned to his fate.
(Definition of resign from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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