Relinquish - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- release, as from one's grip (syn: release)
I will not relinquish my rights.
She was forced to relinquish control of the project.
The court ordered him to relinquish custody of his child.
They didn't want to relinquish the hope of return.
The father was forced by law to relinquish the children to their mother.
He once more put her hand to his lips, and then relinquished it.
No one wants to relinquish power once they have it.
Stultz relinquished control to his subordinate.
I am relinquishing my bedroom to the long-term house guest
They refused to relinquish their hold over this area.
present participle: relinquishing
past tense: relinquished
past participle: relinquished
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