US: /fɔɹˈseɪk/
UK: /fɔːsˈe‍ɪk/

English Vietnamese dictionary

forsake /fə'seik/
  • ngoại động từ forsook; forsaken
    • bỏ rơi
    • từ bỏ, bỏ
      • to forsake bad habits: bỏ thói xấu

Advanced English dictionary

1 to leave sb/sth, especially when you have a responsibility to stay: He had made it clear to his wife that he would never forsake her.
2 to stop doing sth, or leave sth, especially sth that you enjoy: She forsook the glamour of the city and went to live in the wilds of Scotland.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 abandon, desert, quit, leave, flee, depart, vacate:
He forsook balmy California to dig for gold in the Klondike.
2 abandon, desert, leave, jilt, reject, throw over, jettison, cast off:
She has forsaken Michael for another man.
3 give up, yield, renounce, repudiate, relinquish, forgo, forswear, surrender, resign, abdicate, recant, deny, have or be done with, turn one's back on:
Would you forsake a throne for the love of a woman?

Concise English dictionary

+leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch