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abdicate

  • 1 abdicate

    transitive verb
    abdanken

    abdicate [the throne] — auf den Thron verzichten

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    ['æbdikeit]
    verb
    1) (to leave or give up the position and authority of a king or queen: The king abdicated (the throne) in favour of his son.) abdanken
    2) (to leave or give up (responsibility, power etc): He abdicated all responsibility for the work to his elder son.) verzichten auf
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    ab·di·cate
    [ˈæbdɪkeɪt]
    I. vi
    1. monarch abdanken
    2. (not fulfil)
    to \abdicate from one's duties seine Pflicht[en] nicht einhalten
    to \abdicate from one's responsibilities sich akk seiner Verantwortung entziehen
    II. vt
    1. (resign)
    to \abdicate the throne auf den Thron verzichten
    to \abdicate sth etw aufgeben, auf etw akk verzichten; responsibility etw ablehnen
    to \abdicate a right auf ein Recht verzichten
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    ['bdIkeɪt]
    1. vt
    verzichten auf (+acc)
    2. vi
    (monarch) abdanken, abdizieren (dated geh); (pope) zurücktreten
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    abdicate [ˈæbdıkeıt]
    A v/t ein Amt, Recht etc aufgeben, verzichten auf (akk), ein Amt niederlegen, sich einer Verantwortung entziehen:
    abdicate the throne abdanken
    B v/i auch abdicate from the throne abdanken
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    transitive verb
    abdanken

    abdicate [the throne] — auf den Thron verzichten

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    v.
    abdanken (König) v.
    abdanken v.
    aufgeben v.
    entsagen v.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 abdicate

    відмовлятися (від посади, права, дитини); зрікатися (престолу); складати повноваження

    abdicate parliamentary immunity — = abdicate parliamentary privilege відмовлятися від парламентської недоторканності

    abdicate parliamentary privilege — = abdicate parliamentary immunity

    - abdicate a post
    - abdicate a right
    - abdicate throne

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary

  • 3 abdicate

    ab·di·cate [ʼæbdɪkeɪt] vi
    1) monarch abdanken; pope zurücktreten
    2) (not fulfil)
    to \abdicate from one's duty seine Pflicht[en] nicht einhalten;
    to \abdicate from one's responsibilities sich akk seiner Verantwortung entziehen vt
    1) (resign)
    to \abdicate the throne auf den Thron verzichten
    2) (renounce)
    to \abdicate sth etw aufgeben, auf etw akk verzichten;
    to \abdicate a right auf ein Recht verzichten;
    to \abdicate a responsibility es ablehnen, [eine] Verantwortung zu übernehmen

    English-German students dictionary

  • 4 abdicate

    'æbdikeit
    verb
    1) (to leave or give up the position and authority of a king or queen: The king abdicated (the throne) in favour of his son.) abdicar
    2) (to leave or give up (responsibility, power etc): He abdicated all responsibility for the work to his elder son.) abdicar (en)
    abdicate
    tr['æbdɪkeɪt]
    transitive verb
    1 abdicar
    he abdicated the throne abdicó el trono, abdicó la corona
    she abdicated all responsibility in the affair declinó toda responsabilidad en el asunto
    intransitive verb
    1 abdicar
    he abdicated in favour of his brother abdicó en su hermano
    abdicate ['æbdɪ.keɪt] v, -cated ; -cating : abdicar
    abdicate
    v.
    abdicar v.
    dimitir v.
    renunciar v.
    'æbdɪkeɪt
    1.
    transitive verb
    a) \<\<throne\>\> abdicar*
    b) (frml) \<\<responsibility\>\> abdicar* de (frml), no asumir

    2.
    vi \<\<monarch/pope\>\> abdicar*
    ['æbdɪkeɪt]
    1. VT
    1) [+ throne] abdicar
    2) [+ responsibility, right] renunciar a
    2.
    VI abdicar (in favour of en, en favor de)
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    ['æbdɪkeɪt]
    1.
    transitive verb
    a) \<\<throne\>\> abdicar*
    b) (frml) \<\<responsibility\>\> abdicar* de (frml), no asumir

    2.
    vi \<\<monarch/pope\>\> abdicar*

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 5 abdicate

    отрекаться глагол:
    отказываться (refuse, deny, give up, pass up, waive, abdicate)
    отрекаться (renounce, deny, repudiate, retract, recant, abdicate)
    слагать полномочия (abdicate)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 6 abdicate

    v. aftreden ,afstand doen van
    abdicate
    [ æbdikkeet] 〈zelfstandig naamwoord: abdication〉
    abdicerenaftreden
    〈formeel〉afstand doen van 〈verantwoordelijkheid e.d.〉
    voorbeelden:
    1   abdicate (from) the throne troonsafstand doen

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 7 abdicate

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    [English Word] abdicate
    [Swahili Word] -bihi
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] abdicate
    [Swahili Word] -jiuzulu
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 8 abdicate

    ['æbdɪkeɪt] 1.
    verbo transitivo rinunciare a [right, responsibility]

    to abdicate the throne — abdicare (al trono)

    2.
    verbo intransitivo abdicare (from a)
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    ['æbdikeit]
    verb
    1) (to leave or give up the position and authority of a king or queen: The king abdicated (the throne) in favour of his son.) abdicare
    2) (to leave or give up (responsibility, power etc): He abdicated all responsibility for the work to his elder son.) rinunciare
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    ['æbdɪkeɪt] 1.
    verbo transitivo rinunciare a [right, responsibility]

    to abdicate the throne — abdicare (al trono)

    2.
    verbo intransitivo abdicare (from a)

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 9 abdicate

    абдицира, се повлекува, дава оставка
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    v. tr and intr одрекување; абдицирање; to abdicate (from) a throne одрекување од престол; дава оставка, се повлекува, абдицира
    v. се одрекува (од право и сл.); се повлекува, дава оставка; абдицира (од престол); abdication - n. одрекување (од престол), абдикација; дава оставка, се повлекува, одрекува abdicate; draw out; withdraw; res
    дава оставка; се повлекува; повлекува

    English-Macedonian dictionary

  • 10 abdicate

    abdicate
    A vtr renoncer à [power, right] ; abdiquer [responsibility] ; to abdicate the throne abdiquer (la couronne).
    B vi abdiquer.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 11 abdicate

    abdicate [{{t}}'æbdɪkeɪt]
    1 transitive verb
    (a) {{}}Politics{{}} (of monarch)
    to abdicate the throne abdiquer
    (b) {{}}Law{{}} (right) renoncer à; (responsibility) abandonner
    2 intransitive verb
    abdiquer

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  • 12 abdicate

    /'æbdikeit/ * ngoại động từ - từ bỏ (quyền lợi, địa vị...) =to abdicate a position+ từ bỏ một địa vị =to abdicate all one's rights+ từ bỏ mọi quyền lợi * nội động từ - thoái vị, từ ngôi

    English-Vietnamese dictionary

  • 13 abdicate

    ˈæbdɪkeɪt гл.
    1) отрекаться (от царствования, власти, престола) ;
    отказываться (от права, должности) (from) Syn : relinquish, renounce, resign
    2) юр. отрекаться от своего ребенка
    отрекаться от престола отказываться (юридическое) отрекаться (карточное) (разговорное) выйти из игры
    abdicate отрекаться;
    слагать полномочия;
    отказываться (от права на что-л. и т. п.)

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 14 abdicate

    abdicate [ˊæbdɪkeɪt] v
    отрека́ться; слага́ть полномо́чия; отка́зываться (от права на что-л. и т.п.)

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 15 abdicate

    abdicate v abdanken, ablehnen, verzichten

    English-german law dictionary

  • 16 abdicate

    v
    1) отказываться (от прав, должности и т.п.)
    2) отрекаться (от престола)

    to abdicate in favor of smb — отрекаться в пользу кого-л.

    Politics english-russian dictionary

  • 17 abdicate

    V
    1. स्वेच्छा\abdicateसे\abdicateछोड़ना
    The Principal decided to abdicate from his role in the committee.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 18 abdicate

    {'æbdikeit}
    1. отказвам се от престола, абдикирам
    2. отказвам се от (права, задължения и пр.)
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    {'abdikeit} г 1. отказвам се от престола, абдикирам; 2. отка
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    абдикирам;
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    1. отказвам се от (права, задължения и пр.) 2. отказвам се от престола, абдикирам
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    abdicate[´æbdi¸keit] v 1. абдикирам, отказвам се от престол; 2. отказвам се от (право, пост, отговорност).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 19 abdicate

    abdicate [ˈæbdɪkeɪt]
    1. transitive verb
    [+ post, responsibility] se démettre de
    2. intransitive verb
    abdiquer
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    ['æbdɪkeɪt] 1.
    transitive verb renoncer à [right]; abdiquer [responsibility]
    2.
    intransitive verb abdiquer

    English-French dictionary

  • 20 abdicate

    abdicate отказываться

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  • Abdicate — Ab di*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abdicated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abdicating}.] [L. abdicatus, p. p. of abdicare; ab + dicare to proclaim, akin to dicere to say. See {Diction}.] 1. To surrender or relinquish, as sovereign power; to withdraw… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abdicate — Ab di*cate, v. i. To relinquish or renounce a throne, or other high office or dignity. [1913 Webster] Though a king may abdicate for his own person, he cannot abdicate for the monarchy. Burke. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • abdicate — abdicate, renounce, resign are synonymous when they are used in the sense of to give up formally or definitely a position of trust, honor, or glory, or its concomitant authority or prerogatives. Abdicate is the precise word to use when that which …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • abdicate — I verb abandon, back out, be relieved, cede, demit, drop, forego, forfeit, give the reins to, give up, hand over, hold off, leave, let go, make way for, quit one s hold, relinquish, resign, retire, stand aside, surrender, unclench, vacate office …   Law dictionary

  • abdicate — (v.) 1540s, to disown, disinherit (children), from L. abdicatus, pp. of abdicare to disown, disavow, reject (specifically abdicare magistratu renounce office ), from ab away (see AB (Cf. ab )) + dicare proclaim, from stem of dicere to speak, to… …   Etymology dictionary

  • abdicate — [v] give up a right, position, or power abandon, abjure, abnegate, bag it*, bail out*, cede, demit, drop, forgo, give up, leave, leave high and dry*, leave holding the bag*, leave in the lurch*, opt out*, quit, quitclaim, relinquish, renounce,… …   New thesaurus

  • abdicate — ► VERB 1) (of a monarch) renounce the throne. 2) fail to fulfil or undertake (a duty). DERIVATIVES abdication noun. ORIGIN Latin abdicare renounce …   English terms dictionary

  • abdicate — [ab′di kāt΄] vt., vi. abdicated, abdicating [< L abdicatus, pp. of abdicare, to deny, renounce < ab , off + dicare, to proclaim, akin to dicere, to say: see DICTION] 1. to give up formally (a high office, throne, authority, etc.) 2. to… …   English World dictionary

  • abdicate — UK [ˈæbdɪkeɪt] / US [ˈæbdɪˌkeɪt] verb Word forms abdicate : present tense I/you/we/they abdicate he/she/it abdicates present participle abdicating past tense abdicated past participle abdicated 1) [intransitive/transitive] if a king or queen… …   English dictionary

  • abdicate — verb ( cated; cating) Etymology: Latin abdicatus, past participle of abdicare, from ab + dicare to proclaim more at diction Date: 1541 transitive verb 1. to cast off ; discard …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • abdicate — verb /ˈæbdɪkeɪt/ a) To surrender, renounce or relinquish, as sovereign power; to withdraw definitely from filling or exercising, as a high office, station, dignity; as, to abdicate the throne, the crown, the papacy. Note: The word abdicate was… …   Wiktionary

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