surrender / səˈrɛn dər /


surrender3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to yield to the possession or power of another; deliver up possession of on demand or under duress: to surrender the fort to the enemy; to surrender the stolen goods to the police.
  2. to give up, as to the police.
  3. to give up to some influence, course, emotion, etc.: He surrendered himself to a life of hardship.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to give oneself up, as into the power of another; submit or yield.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or an instance of surrendering.
  2. Insurance. the voluntary abandonment of a life-insurance policy by the owner for any of its nonforfeiture values.
  3. the deed by which a legal surrendering is made.

surrender 近义词

n. 名词 noun

giving up; resignation

v. 动词 verb

give up; resign


  1. They also want Subway to end its alleged practice of mislabeling its tuna sandwiches and surrender profits it earned from the practice.
  2. He was on Interpol’s Red Notice list, meaning the international police organization had asked law-enforcement bodies worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or similar legal action.
  3. At least that’s how it looks through the lens of Western science, where all things come to an end, winding down in a final surrender to entropy.
  4. When Mahmoud Abdelkader ceded his last company, Balanced, a financial tech, or fintech, firm where he worked as chief technology officer, to longtime rival Stripe in 2015, the surrender meant only temporary defeat.
  5. Salisbury, with the mob behind him, knocked on July Perry’s front door and demanded his surrender.
  6. It is the summit of human happiness: the surrender of man to God, of woman to man, of several women to the same man.
  7. The indicted are not going to show up at the federal courthouse in Pittsburgh to surrender to federal marshals.
  8. The question then comes down to what version will the grand jury believe: Was Brown trying to surrender when shot?
  9. Buddhist and Hindu literature is rich with stories of disciples finally learning to surrender in this way.
  10. Linda Greenhouse, the longtime Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, declared surrender Thursday.
  11. Please advise the surrender as soon as possible in order to give due and solemn publicity to the event.
  12. Ill should I repay the family who fostered my son, were I to surrender their darling into the hands of his enemies.
  13. At any rate, whatsoever that curious reservation meant, the majority of the staff were opposed to surrender.
  14. At the time of Blcher's surrender at Lbeck he had treated with great courtesy certain Swedish prisoners.
  15. The Americans demanded the surrender of the Arsenal, the Admiral, and the surviving crews of the destroyed fleet.