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(名词) 
Definition
something lost or given up as a penalty for a fault, mistake, etc.
That is the forfeit he must pay.
同义词
penalty
The maximum penalty is 7 years' imprisonment.
,
fine
If convicted he faces a fine of one million dollars.
,
damages
,
forfeiture
the forfeiture of illegally obtained profits
,
loss
The loss of income is about £250 million.
,
mulct
,
amercement (obsolete)
(动词) 
Definition
to lose as a forfeit
He was ordered to forfeit more than £1.5m in profits.
同义词
relinquish
He does not intend to relinquish power.
,
lose
He lost his licence.
,
give up
After a few attempts he gave up.
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surrender
She had to surrender all rights to her property.
,
renounce
He renounced his claim to the throne.
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be deprived of
,
say goodbye to
,
be stripped of

其他同义词

in the sense of fine
Definition
a payment imposed as a penalty
If convicted he faces a fine of one million dollars.
同义词
damages,
financial penalty,
amercement (obsolete)
in the sense of forfeiture
the forfeiture of illegally obtained profits
同义词
giving up,
forfeiting,
sequestration,
relinquishment
in the sense of give up
Definition
to admit defeat or failure
After a few attempts he gave up.
同义词
stop trying,
cave in (informal),
throw in the towel,
fall by the wayside,
admit defeat,
throw in the sponge,
call it a day or night

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