resigned en Inglés

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adj. submissive, acquiescent, yielding

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He said he has resigned from his post as defence minister and chief of the army to run a campaign. It is expected that he will be easily elected.
(Source: Voice of America)
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He reflected and resigned himself to his fate.
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Texas governor Rick Perry has been charged with abuse of power for trying to force a state prosecutor to resign.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The incident prompted the Donetsk police chief of the city to resign.
(Source: Voice of America)
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He endeavoured to accept the situation, and before the interview had finished, he had resigned himself.
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One could not have said he was resigned to the fact. This last blow had not moved him, at least in appearance.
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The prime minister realised that he no longer had the support of the majority. That’s why he resigned.
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A serene and resigned calm had succeeded the excitement of those first moments when the people were daily looking for miraculous interventions. All the periodicals were saying about the same thing.
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During a presentation with Brahimi on Tuesday in New York, the secretary-general of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, announced that the mediator is resigning on May 31.
(Voice of America)
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Finding that he was never able to finish anything, he soon became resigned, like one who pants with fatigue before an obstacle waiting for a providential interposition to save him.
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Sinónimos

agreeable: assenting, content, quiescent, tranquil, willing, peaceful


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