We don’t give up.”
“And you must not give up.”
A lot of the men have very similar stories and reasons for finally deciding to give up porn.
If Spanish speakers are unwilling to give up their “minority” language, why should Catalans give up theirs?
Team motto: No Give-Up.
The humor writers were saying, I give up, I give up!
We all know that when people arrive at our borders, they give up certain rights.
He taught the ‘give up’—you can give up everything and become very free.”
Even if agreement is reached, the next phase of the talks—persuading North Korea to give up its existing weapons—will be far harder.
But unlike joining the euro and having to give up your currency, you need not give up your own language to use English.
The epistemic agent should give up beliefs only when forced to do so, and should then give up as few of them as possible.
In one you said you believe that people will be fully happy to give up their right to drive or, at least, to give up driving in autonomous zones.
We’ve got the law on our side, and the power, and so forth; so you’d better give up peaceably, you see; for you’ll certainly have to give up, at last.”
As Iraqi government forces crumbled in disarray before the assault, there was speculation that they may have been ordered by their superiors to give up without a fight.
After all, if policy-wonks got Americans to give up smoking over the past three decades, surely they can get them to give up their guns and xenophobia, no?
“I believe that it’s even easier for Hezbollah to give up on their arms rather than give up on some ideological issues,” he added, speaking of the Shiite political party.
Unlike most alcoholics who declare they will give up the demon drink as their new year’s resolution, however, Johnson has said he will not give up his vice until New Year’s Eve 2050.
“Don’t give up, don’t give in, don’t be overwhelmed or downhearted, don’t give up on your dreams or lose sight of all the good and important things that brought you to these shores and to this day.”
She was passionate about working as a medical doctor and did not want to give up her profession, despite the cultural expectation in Myanmar that a woman should give up her job and dedicate herself to family life.
"If Qatar can be convinced to give up support for militant groups abroad, including the Muslim Brotherhood which isn't regarded by most countries as terrorist, they may as well give up having their own foreign policy and run it from Riyadh," explains a Western expert on Islamist movements.
- lose (something) or lose the right to (something) by some error, offense, or crime
- give up with the intent of never claiming again
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat
- put an end to a state or an activity
- give up what is not strictly needed
- part with a possession or right
- 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; of ideas or claims
- allow the other (baseball) team to score
Example: give up a run
- stop consuming
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