surrender

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/səˈrɛndər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/səˈrɛndɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(sə rendər)


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surrender

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. surrender to the [enemy, opponent]
  2. surrender to [England]
  3. surrender the [land, town, base]
  4. surrender the [title, position] of
  5. surrender your [goods, belongings, weapons]
  6. surrender your [license, passport, certification]
  7. surrender or [die, starve, fight]
  8. will [not, never] surrender
  9. stop, I surrender!
  10. surrendered herself to a life of
  11. surrendered himself to his fate
  12. surrender yourself to the [police, authorities]
  13. the [suspect, fugitive, murderer] surrendered (himself)
  14. surrender yourself to [sleep, God]
  15. surrender him to the enemy
  16. surrender to your [desire, craving] for
  17. surrender in exchange for [freedom, immunity]
  18. surrendered by [dropping, waving, indicating]
  19. surrender the lead
  20. surrender it for [cancellation, redemption, conversion, payment, exchange]
n
  1. [formal, complete, unconditional, conditional] surrender
  2. [force, starve, torture] them into surrender
  3. [sign, agree on, negotiate] a surrender
  4. the action [resulted, ended] in surrender
  5. there will be no surrender
  6. surrender was [inevitable, unavoidable, unfathomable]
  7. surrender was a matter of [honor, choice]
  8. the troops [motioned, waved, knelt] in surrender
  9. waving the white flag in surrender
  10. [with, their] hands raised in surrender
  11. an [act, motion] of surrender
  12. the surrender of an [insurance, endowment] policy
  13. the surrender of your right to
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