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renunciationnoun [C]

us   /rɪˌnʌn·siˈeɪ·ʃən/
the act of renouncing (= no longer supporting) something: the renunciation of the use of force
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renunciationnoun [S or U]

uk   /rɪˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/ us  
the fact of saying that you no longer support or have a connection with someone or something, or that you do not want something : People who receive an inheritance have the right of renunciation of that inheritance, subject to certain conditions.
STOCK MARKET in a rights issue (= an occasion when a company offers new shares to its existing shareholders), a situation in which someone with the right to new shares formally says that they do not want to accept them: An appropriate person will be authorised to execute a transfer, assignment or renunciation of the consideration shares on the accepting shareholder's behalf.
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