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resignation
American English: /ˌrɛzəɡˈneɪʃ(ə)n/
British English: /rɛzɪɡˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

Translation of resignation in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 countable or uncountable (from job, position) to tender one's resignation [formal]
    presentar su ( or mi etc) dimisión or su renuncia
    to accept somebody's resignation
    aceptar la dimisión or la renuncia de alguien
    the entire cabinet offered its resignation
    todos los miembros del gabinete pusieron sus cargos a disposición del primer ministro
    resignation from somethinghis resignation from the Cabinet/directorship
    su dimisión de or su renuncia a su puesto en el gabinete/en la dirección
    Example sentences
    • He remained in office until his resignation in March 1971.
    • Several high-profile resignations and retirements have hit hospitals in recent months.
    • Other officers had announced their resignation from the committee.
    1.2 uncountable (of claim, right) [formal]
  • 2 uncountable (acceptance, submission)
    Example sentences
    • This short final excursion cost poor Cherub but I could see resignation and acceptance in both Belinda and Cherub upon their return.
    • His final illness was accepted with resignation, courage and good humour.
    • This doesn't seem to have come from apathy or resignation at the inevitability of this war.

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