- give up what is not strictly needed
- allow the other (baseball) team to score
- part with a possession or right
- refrain from consuming
- give up with the intent of never claiming again
- put an end to a state or an activity
- leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily
- relinquish possession or control over
- lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
- stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat
- give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another
Well, I have to give up my experiment with resignation.
Assuming that you're not ready to give up yet , tm or rn now goes through all the newsgroups.
The act of giving up; surrender.
To compensate bondholders for being forced to give up their investments, the call price usually is somewhat higher than the face value of the bonds.
Latham, however did not give up easily.
Give up the practice of "eating from the same big pot"; abolish egalitarianism
Don't give the job to him, he'll botch it up
I grieved, but Otto would not give her up so easily
The surrogate traditionally gives up all parental rights, though this has been subjected to legal challenge.
Conversely, investment in this country will give rise to an increased demand for the home currency and push up its value.
3.[~ (to sb/sth)]靠近（某人或某物）
give and take
give one the axe
give and go
give oneself airs
assume [give oneself, put on] airs是习语，意为“装腔作势”，“矫揉造作”，“摆架子”
give one the bag
up and up