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Synonyms for give up

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) 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

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stop consuming

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We therefore also examine the subgroup of games without give-ups at certain points of time.
So-called vehicle give-ups have long been a common insurance crime.
"Working in cooperation with the Frauds Bureau and other law enforcement agencies, insurance industry fraud investigators, are increasingly vigilant about owner give-ups and are aggressively investigating them," Ellen Melchionni, spokesperson for the Group said.
"OTC data includes give-ups or hedging of trades; I'm not sure whether the buy-side would be interested in that.
The statements of US leadership have also tried to eulogize leadership of the Army and tried to just give-ups military leadership against civil government, he said.
What will it cost you in terms of interest expense, equity give-ups, covenants, restrictions, etc.
He is well aware that the problem cannot be solved by taxing welfare mothers, and the disarming progressivity of the taxes and benefit give-ups is supposed to convince us that that well-off are being asked to do their share.
Earl: The "give-ups" are like the "hiccups," Karen.
There were give-ups from labor, management acceptance of union representation on its board, and government assistance through the loan guarantees and jawboning the Japanese into limiting automobile exports.
The economic downturn has led to an increasing number of New Yorkers looking for a quick solution to financial problems in the form of owner give-ups. The New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud (NYAAIF) reports schemes involving everything from abandonment of vehicles to arson, leading the organization to investigate all suspicious claims more aggressively.
Similarly, there is no concept of 'give-ups' on FORTS, meaning the separation of execution and custody/clearing within Russia is extremely difficult.