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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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The utility is able to absorb the BPA rate increase and propose the customer givebacks in part by reducing its workforce next year.
Given that you have repeatedly admitted that your clubs are not losing money, the billions of dollars in givebacks you proposed would have gone directly into the owners' pockets.
Unions in any industry are loath to contemplate givebacks.
for $280 million in annual givebacks violates US bankruptcy law and should be blocked.
The balance between demand and corporate givebacks was good news for Fairfield property owners in the first quarter of 2006, infusing them with a confidence that then translated into higher asking rents, says CBRE.
There have been some modest givebacks recently, but there appears to be a fairly upbeat outlook for ONP through at least the first half of this year.
The airline is hoping to make USD15m in savings through staff givebacks.
IRN, an automotive forecasting and consulting firm, just completed its fourth biennial survey of automotive suppliers which showed the highest level of both price reduction requests and supplier givebacks in the survey's short history.
For example, Bush's tax cut giveaways: 67 percent of people would rather have more spending on health care and education than have tax givebacks.
It's what won her members a contract in 2002 that boosts the starting wage by 50 percent over three years--without givebacks.
Rowland said last week that he would be willing to restart negotiations with SEBAC on wage and benefit givebacks if they would agree to $300 million in lasting savings.
A Republican Congress may be unlikely to restore any significant Medicare givebacks.
Givebacks erode the bottom line/net profit of the company.
Even so, laboratory groups will be watching closely to make sure that "any givebacks to physicians don't take away funding for other healthcare providers such as laboratories," he adds.