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Synonyms for give up

lose ( or lose the right to ( by some error, offense, or crime

give up with the intent of never claiming again

give up what is not strictly needed

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leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily

relinquish possession or control over

give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another

stop maintaining or insisting on

allow the other (baseball) team to score


stop consuming

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That concessionary contract has since resulted in several billion dollars in givebacks.
OEMs are typically more inclined to negotiate future program commitments and givebacks than Tier 1 customers.
We wanted to get the two tiers and an entry wage and some givebacks.
Chicago Teachers Union chief warns members of looming bargaining deadlock and possible strike unless they ratify proposed new five year contract, calling for yearly raises of 4% but also givebacks on health insurance benefits, says Crain's Chicago Business.
He is also thinking in terms of givebacks because there is a ball field on the city-owned portion of the land.
As highlighted nationwide on page 2A of today's USA Today, AA pilots will be removing their hats all week in recognition of the daily efforts and more than $7 billion in givebacks by 80,000 line employees that are largely responsible for American Airlines' return to profitability.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite school board assertions that they are offering a 16 percent salary increase over three years, givebacks demanded as part of the economic package the board is offering to striking Woodland school employees would almost eliminate any salary increase, says Lake County Federation of Teachers, Local 504 President Mike McGue.
He noted that APA is planning to highlight the inherent unfairness of senior executives collecting huge bonuses paid for by billions in employee givebacks with a rally and march on AMR headquarters scheduled for Wednesday, April 18.
The carrier said a tentative agreement reached with its pilots in April on $280 million in annual givebacks was a big boost to the restructuring effort.
Even with the givebacks and concessions management is seeking, WRTA's unionized members would be in good shape.
6 Week Promotion Amplifies Jamba Juice's School Fundraising Efforts with 20% Givebacks and Bananaman Community and School Tour
While the layoff notices are real enough, both the district and the unions hope that contract givebacks, mainly in the form of a shortened school year, will keep the teachers and custodian from actually losing their jobs.
UNLESS CONGRESS INTERVENES, TEMPORARY Medicare givebacks granted to nursing homes in 1999 and 2000 will expire Sept.
The givebacks included a cut to one-quarter pay, from onehalf, for on-call assignments, and cuts in educational reimbursements.
Some 45,000 CWA and IBEW members spent two weeks on the picketline to force this $100 billion company to bargain fairly, not continue to demand givebacks of $1 billion a year.