forfeit


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relinquish

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to suffer the loss of

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something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty

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a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something

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the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime

surrendered as a penalty

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York this year is in its 'proper slot' three weeks before the Derby, so this year the forfeit stage is this week, whereas for the last two years it would have been next week.
The thing you have to look at is if you call CIF, and if there's a playoff game and YULA had to play a team with a girl, CIF would have to say YULA would have to forfeit the game.
Schwab was ordered to forfeit $500,246 he received in illegal drug proceeds.
The district court had rejected the prosecutors' demand that Kajiyama forfeit the 5.
83(b) election does not cancel the contractual restrictions and the employees may still forfeit the shares if they fail to satisfy the restrictions on the stock.
Kevin James Anthony Sealey, aged 33, of Dorset Road, Radford, Coventry, having in a public place without lawful authority a lock knife, fined pounds 30 and ordered to forfeit the knife for destruction.
If small market teams could simply forfeit away games sans penalty, the George Steinbrenners of the sport would be quick to offer them a cut of local revenues.
relinquish or waive the option of proceeding against the defendants or their property to allow the United States to forfeit the assets;
If the New York broker makes this type of referral arrangement and it is not permitted by the foreign state, the New York broker may forfeit his referral commission.
The only people who are thought to be justly excluded from it - the McVeighs of our society - are those who have become unworthy by doing something to forfeit such a status.
The rules, right now, make it a little tenuous because you have to forfeit a timeout," Neuheisel said.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes polled rugby fans what forfeit they would like Campese to take up if England won the tournament and he agreed to take up the challenge for charity.
SEAN DEWSNAP, the registered owner who failed to pay for two horses he claimed by telephone last month, has been placed on the forfeit list owing pounds 46,217.
Believed to have originated in the Middle Ages, The Twelve Days of Christmas was originally a forfeit song.
Otherwise, the lender will benefit from the usurious interest rate unless the contract is challenged, and then the lender would merely forfeit the excess interest.