resignverb

  • ja従う
  • ento accept that something undesirable cannot be avoided

Examples

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Face it, man.
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We are going to jail.
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We might as well start hiding razorblades under our tongues.
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Here, you can have one of mine.
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How long has that been in there?
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- Since grade school. - Yeah, that checks out.
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No one's going to jail.
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We're gonna work this case.
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And we're gonna find something.
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You're not gonna sit back and resign yourselves to your fates.
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You're gonna take action.
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So while Don gets a hopeful, cathartic ending that hints at his bright future,
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Betty's is wholly tragic.
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She's resigned to her fate.
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And it's the same acceptance of the status quo we've seen in her all through the show.
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We only wish she could have put up more of a fight all along.
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I fought for plenty in my life.
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That's how I know when it's over.
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You have 9 months to figure out what kind of man you are.
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And how to be a father worth having.
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I think Jamie had resigned himself to being single for the rest of his life.
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And that's just the way it was gonna be because of commitment to the family.
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So the idea of a kid, I don't even think he can put that together in the moment,
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except that he knows immediately that that kid might be in danger.
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How happy is the blameless vestal's lot,
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the world forgetting by the world forgot.
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Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind,
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each prayer accepted and each wish resigned.

Other meanings for resign...

resignverb

  • ja辞任する、辞職する、〔仕事を〕退く
  • ento formally leave or give up a job or a position
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Intel has had a garbage year.
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It started with Spectre and Meltdown,
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which are 2 huge security vulnerabilities that required everybody to slow down their chips.
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And then, Intel CEO resigned in July after disclosing an improper relationship with an employee.
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And as of right now, it still only has an interim CEO.
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There is no way I will resign.
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It wouldn't be fair.
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Not to the good workers I work with,
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not to my clients,
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and especially not to me.
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The night before you plan to resign in person,
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write your boss an email with the subject line "My Future"
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and say "I hope we can sit down tomorrow for a conversation about my future beyond this company."
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That gives your manager at least 12 hours to process your departure.
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I am going to be at every PTA meeting, every mixer,
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and every one of your stupid events,
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fighting for my daughter to get the care that she needs.
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But if you give us your vote, I will resign
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and you will never see me or my wife at another PTA meeting again.
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- I hate you. - I'm washing my hand.
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Co-founder Binny Bansal had planned to stay on as the company’s chief executive
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but resigned after an internal investigation into serious personal misconduct,
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following an accusation of sexual assault.
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He still owns 4.2% of the company and remains a director on the board.
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Popes can't resign.
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If you do this, you will damage the papacy forever.
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I can no longer sit on the Chair of Saint Peter.
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- You're mistaken, you are— - Silence!
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I cannot play this role anymore.
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I really didn't think that Ms. Knope would pull down her pants on TV.
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But since she did, I will admit that the rumors of our affair are indeed false.
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Thank you.
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- However, I have no plans to resign. - Oh, great.
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Okay, councilman.
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You know what? You're a class act.
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Thank you.