- vt. & vi. 辞职; 放弃 give up (a job or position)
- vt. & vi. 使听任; 使顺从 cause or allow (oneself) to accept (sth unpleasant which cannot be avoided) calmly or patiently
leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily;
"She vacated the position when she got pregnant"
"The chairman resigned when he was found to have misappropriated funds"
give up or retire from a position;
"The Secretary of the Navy will leave office next month"
"The chairman resigned over the financial scandal"
part with a possession or right;
"I am relinquishing my bedroom to the long-term house guest"
"resign a claim to the throne"
accept as inevitable;
"He resigned himself to his fate"
- Have you heard of her intention to resign?
- He decided to resign his claim to the copyright.
- He has resigned himself to the fact that he will lose the job.
- The team refused to resign themselves to being defeated.
- George was threatening to resign.
- Report has it that he will resign.
- He resigned in favour of a better man.
- He intimated that he intended to resign.
- If Paul resigns, who will get the job?
- He failed to finish the plan.So they place great pressure on him to resign.
- Jim resigned the editorship of the school paper.
- He resigned his position in the company.
- He resigned his diplomatic post because he had been offered a better job.
- He is a resigned official.
- resign as (v.+prep.)
辞去… give up (a job or position)
resign as sth
He is still on the board, but he resigned as chairman some months ago.
他仍在董事会,但几个月前他辞去了董事长职务。resign sth as sth
He was forced to resign his position as headmaster of the school because of ill health.
- resign from (v.+prep.)
辞去; 退出 give formal notice that one will cease working that (a job or doing sth)
resign from sth/v-ing
She resigned from her job.
He has resigned from three of the many offices he held.
She resigned from the Government.
They are intending to resign from the Cabinet.
He has resigned from the chairmanship's of the sub-committee.
He was asked to resign from the club when he was discovered cheating at cards.
- resign to (v.+prep.)
让给; 委托 entrust (sth/sb) to (sb/sth)
resign oneself to sth/v-ing
We must resign ourselves to circumstances.
She resigned herself entirely to his will.
You shouldn't resign yourself to your fate.
You must resign yourself to waiting a bit longer.
Finding no lodging,I resigned myself to passing the night under the stars.
When Joan's father explained that he couldn't afford to buy her a new bicycle, she finally resigned herself to riding the old one.
We should not be resigned to a state of lagging behind.
我们不应安于落后。resign sb/sth to sb/sth
She resigned her seat to an old man.
I resign my children to your care.
The mother was unwilling to resign the child to the care of her relatives.
- resign certainly 肯定会听任
- resign cheerfully 高兴地放弃
- resign entirely 完全放弃
- resign officially 正式辞职
- resign reluctantly 不情愿地辞职
- resign suddenly 突然辞职
- resign voluntarily 自愿辞职
Richard was glad to sign a treaty resigning Ascalon.出自： P. Warner
When the school year ended, she resigned her post.出自： E. Young
- resign用作不及物动词时,后接介词as表示“辞去某职”; 后接介词from表示“从…中退出”。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的resigner；最初源自古典拉丁语的resignare：re (反方向） + signare (进入记帐簿），意为不再列入记帐簿。
- resignation n. 辞职; 辞职书; 顺从,听从