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What is the opposite of given in?

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Opposite of past participle for to give up one's resistance against something
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Opposite of past participle for to subdue or hurt physically or violently
“He had to yield because there was no getting out of that armbar.”
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Opposite of past participle for to achieve the desired aim or result
“His perseverance was admirable, but even he knew that it was time to give up.”
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Opposite of past participle for to achieve, especially by succeeding in a competition or contest
“The objective is to win the game, not lose it.”
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Opposite of past participle for to prevent oneself from
“I indulge myself once a month by eating ice-cream.”
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(intransitive) Opposite of past participle for to persist in or proceed with an activity or action
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Opposite of past participle for to defeat someone in a staring contest or intimidate with a persistent, unwavering gaze
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Opposite of past participle for to persist steadfastly in pursuit of a goal, especially despite challenges
“While some have the strength and willpower to be able to quit smoking on their own, many others will need a bit more help and support.”
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Opposite of past participle for to argue or quibble over trivial matters
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Opposite of past participle for to rise in opposition
“William Wallace would inspire his fellow Scotsmen to never surrender to their oppressors.”
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Opposite of past participle for to come safely through a precarious situation
“Some will succumb to frostbite and there may be tense encounters with wild animals.”
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Opposite of past participle for to confront or come up against
“The situation had become untenable, and we were forced to surrender.”
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Opposite of past participle for to muster or summon up an emotion or quality
“After manifesting his internal emotional turmoil, he finally had to yield, and watch a romantic comedy with his girlfriend.”
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Opposite of past participle for to change one's attitude for the better
“Do not be discouraged if you have a day or two where you regress into bad habits.”
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Opposite of past participle for to defeat in unexpected circumstances
“As expected, the worst team in the competition would lose to the top team convincingly.”
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Opposite of past participle for to struggle to overcome, eliminate, or prevent
“The network will finally bow to mounting pressure to remove the controversial show from its nightly rotation.”
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Opposite of past participle for to endure or survive a challenging or difficult situation or period
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Opposite of past participle for to overcome an abstract obstacle
“There seemed to be an ungodly feeling within the house, and I started to succumb to my fears.”
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Opposite of past participle for to tolerate or put up with something unpleasant
“Defying the odds and all medical predictions, the feisty St. Lucian refused to succumb to her extensive injuries.”
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Opposite of past participle for to persist or remain active, especially in the face of adversity
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Opposite of past participle for to have a commanding position over
“Gradually, the garrison, which had suffered heavy casualties through hand grenade battles, had, at last, to yield to overwhelming pressure.”
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Opposite of past participle for to ready oneself for a challenging experience
“How is it they as believers could succumb to the experience of being forsaken by God, in terror before the withdrawal of divine love?”
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(of a candidate) Opposite of past participle for to be successful in (an examination, test, or course)
“Do not entertain thoughts of failure, for you will fail before you even begin.”
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Opposite of past participle for to surpass in excellence
“The athlete knew he would lose in trying to beat the insurmountable world record.”
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Opposite of past participle for to resist or endure (something) successfully
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Opposite of past participle for to disprove or refute
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Opposite of past participle for to perplex or bewilder someone
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Opposite of past participle for to make an effort or attempt
“Bernard's most consistent criticism is that he will quit before he even tries to get into the game.”
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Opposite of past participle for to struggle tenaciously to achieve something
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Opposite of past participle for to invite someone to engage in a contest
“She would typically admit defeat and surrender every time we played chess together.”
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Opposite of past participle for to engage in a competition or contest
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Opposite of past participle for to forcibly put an end to
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Opposite of past participle for to put down or control by cruelty or force
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Opposite of past participle for to declare to be untrue
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Opposite of past participle for to complain or raise objections
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Opposite of past participle for to appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right
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Opposite of past participle for to forcibly remove from power
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Opposite of past participle for to supersede and replace or take the place of
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Opposite of past participle for to reason earnestly with a person on some impropriety of conduct
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Opposite of past participle for to assert something as a position in an argument
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Opposite of past participle for to take forcible possession of land or territory
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Opposite of past participle for to harass or pester someone
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Opposite of past participle for to cause to become physically weaker
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Opposite of past participle for to physically fight, especially in a rough or noisy way
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Opposite of past participle for to jump, leap or spring over something
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