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surrendered, past tense; surrenders, 3rd person singular present; surrendering, present participle; surrendered, past participle;
  1. Cease resistance to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority
    • - over 140 rebels surrendered to the authorities
  2. Give up or hand over (a person, right, or possession), typically on compulsion or demand
    • - in 1815 Denmark surrendered Norway to Sweden
    • - they refused to surrender their weapons
  3. (in a sports contest) Lose (a point, game, or advantage)
    • - she surrendered only twenty games in her five qualifying matches
  4. Abandon oneself entirely to (a powerful emotion or influence); give in to
    • - he was surprised that Miriam should surrender to this sort of jealousy
    • - he surrendered himself to the mood of the hills
  5. (of an insured person) Cancel (a life insurance policy) and receive back a proportion of the premiums paid

  1. The action of surrendering

  2. The action of surrendering a life insurance policy

  1. give up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another; "The last Taleban fighters finally surrendered"
  2. resignation: acceptance of despair
  3. giving up: a verbal act of admitting defeat
  4. relinquish possession or control over; "The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"
  5. the delivery of a principal into lawful custody
  6. capitulation: the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions); "they were protected until the capitulation of the fort"
  7. Surrender is a 1931 film directed by William K. Howard, written by S.N. Behrman, and starring Warner Baxter, Leila Hyams, Ralph Bellamy, C. Aubrey Smith and Alexander Kirkland. It is based on Axelle, a novel by Pierre Benoit.
  8. "Surrender" is the fourth single from Canadian music group Billy Talent off their double platinum selling album, Billy Talent II. The single was released on April 2, 2007. Producer Margaret Joy heard the single and realized it had potential to do much better. ...
  9. "Surrender" is a single by Cheap Trick released in June 1978 from the album Heaven Tonight. It was the first Cheap Trick single to enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 62. ...
  10. Surrender is a 1983 album by Debby Boone. It peaked at number seven on the Top Contemporary Christian chart.
  11. Surrender was a 1971 album by singer Diana Ross, her third solo LP for the Motown label.
  12. "Surrender" is a song by the Electric Light Orchestra, and was released as a bonus track on the 2006 remastered version of their 1976 studio album A New World Record.
  13. An act of surrendering, submission into the possession of another; abandonment, resignation; The yielding or delivery of a possession in response to a demand; The yielding of the leasehold estate by the lessee to the landlord, so that the tenancy for years merges in the reversion and no longer ...
  14. (SURRENDERED) A licensee’s license has been surrendered pursuant to a written agreement with the Board to resolve a disciplinary complaint, and this individual is no longer licensed to practice as an LSP. ...
  15. (Surrendered) if a member is well regarded by senior management they may be offered the opportunity to surrender – this is interpreted as a high honor. A surrendered member disengages from all relationships with the normal world and and is only concerned with BK matters. ...
  16. To terminate or cancel a life insurance policy before the maturity date. In the case of a cash value policy, the policyholder may exercise one of the nonforfeiture options at the time of surrender.
  17. The cancellation of a lease by mutual consent of the tenant and the landlord.
  18. In blackjack, to give up half your bet for the privilege of not playing out a hand. In roulette, you effectively lose only half on an even-money bet when the ball lands on 0.
  19. A casino rule which allows a player to discontinue play after receiving the 1st two cards by losing half of the amount wagered.
  20. Cessation of premium payments and recovery of any residual value of a life policy with investment content.
  21. To give up, to turn over something to a person claiming interest in it.
  22. termination or cancelation of a life insurance policy before its maturity date.
  23. This is not available in all casinos. The ability of the player to give up only half his/her bet when the player believes he/she cannot beat the dealer. Must be done before any cards are drawn.
  24. Surrender means the transfer of a unit to a surrender account in the Registry. Once a Kyoto unit has been transferred to the government’s surrender account, the government may retire it for compliance under the Kyoto Protocol.
  25. The process to voluntarily terminate an annuity for its cash value or other non-forfeiture options. Usually, there is a fee charged if you surrender your annuity within the first seven to ten years of owning it.