Definition of 'quit'
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Heavy workload is one of the top reasons staff give for quitting. The Sun (2016)Will quit the show the next day citing personal reasons. The Sun (2016)Thankfully the store chain has reported him to the police and he has quit his job. The Sun (2016)He admitted cheating and quit the sport in disgrace. The Sun (2016)It leaves the door open for others to say the best way to quit a club is down tools. The Sun (2017)They took off and within a year she had quit her job and was doing extra classes at local hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Nobody will be surprised if he one day quits to work there full-time. The Sun (2016)I was strong enough to quit destructive habits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think that will help me and hopefully inspire other people who want to quit to go for it. The Sun (2016)If you smoke, quit now, as this is making you age faster. The Sun (2016)That was when he considered quitting football and trying something else. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You want to quit and give up ministry. Christianity Today (2000)You do not quit a club just because it is a difficult moment. The Sun (2015)It is not the first time that he has quit a major show. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The people who call off engagements and quit jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Six ministerial aides who signed the same letter then also quit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Instead she quit booze completely for three weeks. The Sun (2011)Zayn caused an outpouring of grief when he announced he was quitting the band last month. The Sun (2015)Is she really going to quit the practice? The Sun (2015)You need to quit the habit before a complete meltdown. The Sun (2008)Pressure of job was reason given for quitting. The Sun (2012)Or we can quit our jobs altogether and look for something else. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She also decided to quit me and asked for a divorce. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When he quits football he admits he could turn his back on the beautiful game to become involved in the church. The Sun (2009)On Friday the mentors learnt that three of the recently retrained police had quit while on leave. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Rocket once again dropped heavy hints he might quit the sport. The Sun (2010)The study suggests those who quit before 50 showed less memory decline. The Sun (2010)The Argentine coach takes on the club he quit in the summer for the first time this afternoon. The Sun (2014)The airwaves are crammed with government campaigns reminding people to complete their tax returns, check the smoke alarm or quit smoking. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'quit'
British English: quit /kwɪt/ VERB
If you quit your job, you choose to leave it.
She quit her job as a nurse eight years ago.
- American English: quit
- Arabic: يَتْرُك
- Brazilian Portuguese: deixar
- Chinese: 离开
- Croatian: prestati
- Czech: dát výpověď v práci
- Danish: droppe
- Dutch: ophouden met
- European Spanish: dejar cesar
- Finnish: lopettaa
- French: arrêter
- German: aufgeben
- Greek: παρατάω
- Italian: lasciare
- Japanese: やめる よす
- Korean: ...을 그만두다
- Norwegian: slutte (med)
- Polish: zrezygnować
- European Portuguese: deixar
- Romanian: a demisiona
- Russian: покидать
- Spanish: dejar salir, terminar
- Swedish: sluta
- Thai: เลิก
- Turkish: bırakmak
- Ukrainian: звільнятися
- Vietnamese: bỏ
Definition of quit from the Collins English Dictionary
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