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abdicare

  
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a      (al trono)    abdicare (a)      to abdicate (from),   (rinunciare)    abdicare a      to renounce, give up  
abdicare a una carica      to give up a position  
b      (venir meno a, responsabilità, dovere)    to abdicate
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"abdicare": examples and translations in context
Si potrebbe ricavarne che Damasco andava ad abdicare. One might have believed that Damascus was about to abdicate.
Così se deciderai di abdicare, sapranno che non sei stata costretta. So if you choose to abdicate, they'll know you weren't coerced.
Agendo in questo modo in nome della sussidiarietà, l'Unione in realtà si trova ad abdicare a un suo compito, come è successo in queste settimane sia nell'Italia settentrionale che in Spagna. By acting in this way in the name of subsidiarity, the Union is, in actual fact, shirking one of its responsibilities, as it has in recent weeks both in northern Italy and in Spain.
Fu costretto ad abdicare il 6 aprile 1814. He was forced to abdicate on April 6, 1814.
Quando Constantine è stata costretta ad abdicare ancora in Metaxas 1923 è entrato in esule pure. When Constantine was forced to abdicate in 1923 Metaxas again went into exile as well.
Questo Parlamento non può abdicare le sue responsabilità. We in this Parliament cannot abdicate our responsibilities.
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