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surrender

verb
 
 
/sərˈendər/
STOP FIGHTING [I] to stop fighting and admit that you have been beaten: Rebel troops are refusing to surrender.Stopping fighting
GIVE [T] formal to give something to someone else because you have been forced or officially asked to give it to them: He was released on the condition that he surrendered his passport.Giving, bringing or getting back
surrender noun [C, U]
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