resign

formerly something someone did. After the Stephen Byers/Martin Sixsmith row, it became something somebody did to you instead of sacking you; ie Sixsmith said: 'I was therefore amazed to hear they had unilaterally 'resigned me'.' (24 Feb 2002)
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resign

[v] - accept as inevitable
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Resign

Re·sign' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Resigned (-z?nd'); present participle & verbal noun Resigning .] [ French résigner , Latin resignare to unseal, annul, assign, resign; prefix re- re- + sig...
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Resign

• (v. t.) To relinquish; to abandon. • (v. t.) To commit to the care of; to consign. • (v. t.) To sign back; to return by a formal act; to yield to another; to surrender; -- said especially of office or emolument. Hence, to give up; to yield; to submit; -- said of the wishes or will, or of something valued; -- also often used reflexi...
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resign

accept as inevitable
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