resign


resign
1. I
the government (the Prime Minister, the Minister of Education, etc.) has resigned правительство и т.д. ушло в отставку; he resigned a) он ушел с работы /бросил работать/; б) он подал в отставку
2. II
resign in some manner resign suddenly (reluctantly, nominally, officially, etc.) неожиданно /внезапно/ и т.д. уходить в отставку; he resigned voluntarily он ушел по собственному желанию
3. III
resign smth.
1) resign office /a post, a position/ отказаться от должности; resign a position of trust отказаться от ответственного положения; resign one's job /one's position/ уходить с работы /с должности/; resign one's charge (one's task, one's duties, etc.) слагать с себя обязанности и т.д.; resign one's commission mil, подать в отставку
2) resign a claim (all claims, all pretensions, rights, property, etc.) отказаться от требования /от претензии/ и т.д.
3) resign all hope оставлять всякую надежду; resign one's expectations отказываться от своих надежд
4. XI
be resigned to smth. be resigned to the situation (to one's fate, etc.) примириться с положением дел и т.д.
5. XVI
1) resign from smth. resign from the Cabinet (from the chairmanship of a committee, etc.) выйти из состава правительства и т.д., resign from public life оставлять общественную деятельность; the man resigned from his job because of illness этот человек ушел с работы из-за болезни
2) resign to smth. resign to the inevitability of death (to smth. as predestination, etc.) примириться с неизбежностью смерти и т.д.
6. XVIII
1) resign oneself to smth. resign oneself to fate (to one's fate, to the decrees of fate, to Heaven's will, to the inevitable, etc.) примириться с судьбой и т.д.; resign oneself to smb.'s direction (to another's guidance, to smb.'s care, to his judgement, etc.) подчиниться чьему-л. руководству и т.д.; resign oneself to a solitary life (to the performance of a disagreeable duty, etc.) примириться /смириться/ с одинокой жизнью и т.д.; resign oneself to doing smth. I'll have to resign myself to being alone while you are away мне придется примириться со своим одиночеством, пока вас здесь не будет; the poor boy resigned himself to passing the night under the stars бедный мальчик смирился с тем, что ему придется провести ночь под открытым небом; we must resign ourselves to doing without his help for a time нам нужно примириться с тем, что некоторое время придется обходиться без его помощи
2) resign oneself to smth. resign oneself to sleep погрузиться в сон; resign oneself to meditation (to rest, to pity, etc.) предаться размышлениям и т.д.; she resigned herself entirely to his will она полностью подчинилась его воле
7. XXI1
1) resign smth. in favour of smb. resign office in favour of the younger man отказаться от должности в пользу более молодого человека; resign smth. on (in) smth. he resigned his position on the school paper (on the Board, in the University, etc.) он отказался от своей должности в школьной газете и т.д.
2) resign smth., smb. (in)to smb., smth. book. resign one's duties (one's post, etc.) to smb. передавать свои обязанности и т.д. другому; I resign my children to your care я оставляю своих детей на ваше попечение; he resigned his seat to a lady он уступал /передал/ свое место даме; resign one's duties into smb.'s [more capable /able/] hands передавать свои обязанности в чьи-л. [более надежные] руки
3) resign smth. to smth. resign one's mind to smth. свыкнуться с мыслью о чем-л.; resign one's mind to one's fate примириться с судьбой; I do not willingly resign my mind to the idea of failure я неохотно примиряюсь /свыкаюсь/ с мыслью о неудаче
8. XXIV1
resign smth. as smb. resign one's post as headmaster отказаться от должности директора школы; resign one's position as a secretary of the club уходить с должности секретаря клуба

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Resign — Re*sign (r? z?n ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Resigned} ( z?nd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Resigning}.] [F. r[ e]signer, L. resignare to unseal, annul, assign, resign; pref. re re + signare to seal, stamp. See {Sign}, and cf. {Resignation}.] [1913 Webster] 1.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • resign — [ri zīn′] vt. [ME resignen < MFr resigner < L resignare < re , back + signare, to SIGN] 1. to give up possession of; relinquish (a claim, etc.) 2. to give up (an office, position, etc.) vi. to give up an office, position of employment,… …   English World dictionary

  • resign — I verb abandon, abdicate, abire, abjure, capitulate, cease work, cede, cedere, demit, depart, deponere, desist from, disclaim, divest oneself of, drop out, forego, forsake, give notice, give up, leave, quit, reject, relinquish, renounce,… …   Law dictionary

  • resign — (v.) late 14c., from O.Fr. resigner, from L. resignare to check off, cancel, give up, from re opposite (see RE (Cf. re )) + signare to make an entry in an account book, lit. to mark (see SIGN (Cf. sign)). The sense is of making an entry (signum) …   Etymology dictionary

  • resign — 1 yield, surrender, leave, abandon, *relinquish, cede, waive Analogous words: *forgo, eschew, sacrifice, forbear, abnegate: *abjure, renounce, forswear 2 *abdicate, renounce …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • resign — [v] give up responsibility abandon, abdicate, bail out, bow out, capitulate, cease work, cede, demit, divorce oneself from, drop, drop out, end service, fold, forgo, forsake, give notice, give up the ship*, hand in resignation, hand over, hang it …   New thesaurus

  • resign — ► VERB 1) voluntarily leave a job or position of office. 2) (be resigned) accept that something undesirable cannot be avoided. ORIGIN Latin resignare unseal, cancel …   English terms dictionary

  • resign — verb ADVERB ▪ formally ▪ abruptly ▪ immediately VERB + RESIGN ▪ be forced to, be obliged to (BrE), have to …   Collocations dictionary

  • resign */*/*/ — UK [rɪˈzaɪn] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms resign : present tense I/you/we/they resign he/she/it resigns present participle resigning past tense resigned past participle resigned to state formally that you are leaving a job… …   English dictionary

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