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abdicate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
abdicate /'æbdikeit/
  • ngoại động từ
    • từ bỏ (quyền lợi, địa vị...)
      • to abdicate a position: từ bỏ một địa vị
      • to abdicate all one's rights: từ bỏ mọi quyền lợi
  • nội động từ
    • thoái vị, từ ngôi
Concise Dictionary
abdicates|abdicated|abdicating'æbdɪkeɪt
verb
+give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations
Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
give up, renounce, disclaim, waive, disown, surrender, yield, relinquish, abandon, resign, quit:
He abdicated all responsibility for care of the children.
She abdicated the throne to marry a commoner.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 to give up the position of being king or queen: [V] He abdicated in favour of his son. + [VN] She was forced to abdicate the throne of Spain.
2 [VN] ~ responsibility / your responsibilities to fail or refuse to perform a duty
abdication noun [U, C]


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