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Translation of "renounce" - English-Spanish dictionary

renounce

verb   /rɪˈnaʊns/ formal
to say formally or publicly that you no longer own, support, believe in, or have a connection with something renunciar a Her ex-husband renounced his claim to the family house. Gandhi renounced the use of violence.1185788
(Definition of renounce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

renounce

verb /riˈnauns/
to give up (a title, claim, intention etc ) especially formally or publicly renunciar (a) He renounced his claim to the throne.
to say especially formally or publicly that one will no longer have anything to do with (something) renunciar (a) I have renounced alcohol.
renunciation /rinansiˈeiʃən/ noun
renuncia
(Definition of renounce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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