forfeit

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To lose a contest, game, match, or other form of competition by voluntary withdrawal, by failing to attend or participate, or by violation of the rules

Because only nine players were present, the football team was forced to forfeit the game.

To suffer the loss of something by wrongdoing or non-compliance

He forfeited his last chance of an early release from jail by repeatedly attacking another inmate.

a penalty for or consequence of a misdemeanor
to lose possession of through failure to fulfill some obligation
{v} to lose by some offense, to become liable to lose or have seized
{n} that which is lost by an offense
{a} forfeited, liable to seizure
a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something; "the contract specified forfeits if the work was not completed on time" something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty; lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
When a team fails to comply with the rules, or decides not to complete a game for any reason, or fails to appear, the referee may declare the game a forfeit and the score will be recorded 5-0
a forfeit is received by a wrestler when his opponent, for any reason, fails to appear for the match A forfeit is worth 6 team points in dual meet and 2 in tournament competition
If you forfeit something, you give it up willingly, especially so that you can achieve something else. He has forfeited a lucrative fee but feels his well-being is more important
{f} lose; give up, surrender
lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty; lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
To give up in defeat
{i} fine, penalty; loss; something given up
surrendered as a penalty
Something deposited and redeemable by a sportive fine; whence the game of forfeits
something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty
A thing forfeit or forfeited; what is or may be taken from one in requital of a misdeed committed; that which is lost, or the right to which is alienated, by a crime, offense, neglect of duty, or breach of contract; hence, a fine; a mulct; a penalty; as, he who murders pays the forfeit of his life
In the condition of being forfeited; subject to alienation
A forfeit is something that you have to give up because you have done something wrong. That is the forfeit he must pay. = penalty. to lose a right, position, possession etc or have it taken away from you because you have broken a law or rule. something that is taken away from you or something that you have to pay, because you have broken a rule or made a mistake
Injury; wrong; mischief
If you forfeit something, you lose it or are forced to give it up because you have broken a rule or done something wrong. He was ordered to forfeit more than £1.5m in profits He argues that murderers forfeit their own right to life
To lose, or lose the right to, by some error, fault, offense, or crime; to render one's self by misdeed liable to be deprived of; to alienate the right to possess, by some neglect or crime; as, to forfeit an estate by treason; to forfeit reputation by a breach of promise; with to before the one acquiring what is forfeited
when a team fails to comply with the rules, or decides not to complete a game for any reason, or fails to appear The referee may declare the game a forfeit and the score will be recorded 5-0
To fail to keep an obligation
the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc
To be guilty of a misdeed; to be criminal; to transgress
Lost or alienated for an offense or crime; liable to penal seizure
forfeited
Simple past tense and past participle of forfeit
forfeits
A game in which forfeits are demanded
forfeits
plural form of forfeit
forfeits
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forfeit
forfeitable
{a} that may be forfeited
To forfeit
escheat
adjective forfeit 3
be forfeit to be legally or officially taken away from you as a punishment
forfeitable
Liable to be forfeited; subject to forfeiture
forfeitable
{s} may be foregone, may be given as a penalty; may be lost
forfeited
past of forfeit
forfeited
surrendered as a penalty
forfeited
{s} confiscated, seized, impounded, appropriated, taken away (property, lands, money, etc.)
forfeiter
{i} person who receives a penalty of forfeiture
forfeiter
One who incurs a penalty of forfeiture
forfeiting
Method of financing international trade of capital goods
forfeiting
This means to forfeit or give up a mission or being drafted
forfeiting
third-person singular of forfeit
forfeiting
has the same purpose and procedures as factoring, which is the sale by an exporter of its account receivable for immediate cash However there are two important differences: (1) factoring involves credit terms of no more than 180 days, while forfaiting may involve years; (2) factoring does not usually cover political and transfer risks, while fortaiting does
forfeits
third-person singular of forfeit
forfeit
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