vi. 投降; 屈服; 自首
vt. 使投降; 放弃; 交出; 听任
n. 投降; 放弃; 屈服; （保险的）解约
If you surrender, you stop fighting or resisting someone and agree that you have been beaten.
General Martin Bonnet called on the rebels to surrender...
She surrendered to the police in London last December.
她去年 12 月在伦敦向警方自首。
If you surrender something you would rather keep, you give it up or let someone else have it, for example after a struggle.
Nadja had to fill out forms surrendering all rights to her property...
Gen. Morgan's troops yesterday surrendered their heavy weapons to Belgian and US troops.
If you surrender something such as a ticket or your passport, you give it to someone in authority when they ask you to.
They have been ordered to surrender their passports.
You use surrender to refer to someone's attitude or behaviour when they lose the will to resist their feelings or the demands of other people.
...the need for total personal surrender to and dependence on Jesus...
Depression is a partial surrender to death...
1. acceptance of despair
2. a verbal act of admitting defeat
3. the delivery of a principal into lawful custody
4. the act of surrendering (under agreed conditions);
1. give up or agree to forego to the power or possession of another;
2. relinquish possession or control over;
3. relinquish to the power of another; yield to the control of another
submit, yield, surrender
surrender to bail
They had no other choice but to surrender.
Unable to fight on or to escape, the enemy were forced to surrender.
He had to decide between surrender and starvation.
They were to surrender immediately or face total annihilation.
Liu Hulan would rather die than surrender before the enemy.