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abandon to give up (one's home, fort, ship, or the like) by leaving it. [2/3 definitions]
abdicate to officially give up a position of power or a right.
addict to cause to depend on something that is hard to give up. [1/3 definitions]
bow1 to give up to or submit. [1/3 definitions]
cry uncle to give up; yield.
drop to give up or leave out. [1/9 definitions]
exchange to give up for another of the same kind. [1/4 definitions]
forfeit to be made to give up as a penalty or fine. [2/3 definitions]
forgive to give up or let go of anger against. [1/2 definitions]
forsake to give up or turn away from. [1/2 definitions]
hand over to give up control of; surrender.
insist to be firm about something; refuse to give up. [1/2 definitions]
martyr a person who chooses to die or be killed rather than give up his or her religion. [1/2 definitions]
narcotic a drug that causes a person to become sleepy or unconscious and that may be used as a medicine to dull pain or cause sleep. Narcotics can be dangerous when not used as a medicine and can become hard to give up.
outgrow to give up or lose as one grows older or changes. [1/3 definitions]
quit to stop; give up; refuse to take further part in. [1/3 definitions]
reform to give up bad behavior. [1/3 definitions]
resign to give up a job or other duty. [1/2 definitions]
retire to give up a job or career. [1/3 definitions]
say uncle to give up; yield.
shrug off to give up or get rid of. [1/3 definitions]