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forswear División en sílabas: for·swear
Pronunciación: /fôrˈswer/

Definición de forswear en inglés:

verbo (past forswore; past participle forsworn)

[with object] formal
1Agree to give up or do without (something): he would never forswear the religion of his people
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Over the past 20 years, incentives have been used to successfully encourage other emergent and existing nuclear weapons powers to forswear the bomb, making the world a much safer place.
  • But there's no requirement that people cease or forswear political opposition.
  • Around 1800 male dress changed: men forswore exhibitionism and renounced brightly coloured, erotic attire.
Sinónimos
eschew, abstain from, refrain from
informalkick, pack in, quit, swear off
literaryforsake
1.1 (forswear oneself/be forsworn) Swear falsely; commit perjury: I swore that I would lead us safely home and I do not mean to be forsworn
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘It is the Lord's will that I forswear myself,’ he said.
  • As king, Idomeneus is forsworn and must lose his royalty.
  • I have no desire to be forsworn, not on that oath.

Origen

Old English forswerian(see for-, swear).

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