- 1.1 [possession/claim/throne/right] renunciar a to relinquish sth
tosb cederle algo aalgn 1.2 (release) [literario/literary] she relinquished her grip on my arm me soltó el brazo he is relinquishing his grip on reality está perdiendo contacto con la realidadMore example sentences
- There is no evidence of her ever wishing to voluntarily relinquish the post.
- However, he signed a contract relinquishing his claim to his benefits in April 1994, just one month earlier.
- Their lawyer told the court that, since they had relinquished any claim to the child, there was no purpose in continuing the application.
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