quit英 [kwɪt] 美 [kwɪt]
vt. 離開; 放棄，拋棄; 停止，中斷; 償清
vi. 辭職; 停止; 放棄鬥爭
adj. 自由的; 擺脫了責任或義務的
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope
e.g.In the second round, the challenger gave up
Synonym：drop out； give up； fall by the wayside； drop by the wayside； throw in throw in the towel； chuck up the sponge
- go away or leave
Synonym：depart ；take leave
- turn away from
e.g.I am foreswearing women forever
Synonym：foreswear ；renounce ；relinquish
- give up or retire from a position
e.g.The Secretary of the Navy will leave office next month
The chairman resigned over the financial scandal
Synonym：leave office；step down；resign
- put an end to a state or an activity
e.g.Quit teasing your little brother
Synonym：discontinue；stop；cease；give up；lay off
quit one's job 辭掉工作
quit office 離職
quit school 退學
quit smoking 戒菸
quit abruptly 突然退出
quit definitely 斷然離開
quit oneself of fear 克服了恐懼
- He quit his job as an office boy in Athens
- A nicotine spray can help smokers quit the habit without putting on weight
- Police were called when he refused to quit the building.
- They raised$ 630,000 through listener donations, and then called it quits
- He figured he would quit before Johnson fired him.
- I was trying to quit smoking at the time.
- You can decide whether there is hope in working for mutual happiness, or if you should call it quits.
- In 1979 she quit her teaching job because her dependency had affected her work.
- He made the unfortunate mistake of promising he would quit if the budget deficit was still out of control.
- She quit school as soon as she had taken her GCSEs.