Hindi translation of 'forfeit'
forfeit /ˈfɔːfɪt ˈफ़ॉफ़िट्/
Word forms: forfeits, forfeiting, forfeited
1. transitive verb
If you forfeit a right, privilege, or possession, you have to give it up because you have done something wrong.
He believes that murderers forfeit their own right to life.
2. countable noun
A forfeit is something that you have to give up because you have done something wrong.
खो दी गई वस्तु nf
That is the forfeit he must pay.
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Example Sentences Including 'forfeit'
She, the girl who'd taught them the tequila forfeit game; who could clear a dance floor with her hysterical River Dance impersonation.JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
A stallholder would rather forfeit the sale than lose face, especially to a foreigner.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
And if you fail to bring back either the girl or the tape, you forfeit the balance of the money.The Devil's Door
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Translation of forfeit from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary