resigned


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re·signed

 (rĭ-zīnd′)
adj.
Feeling or marked by resignation; acquiescent: "I like trees because they seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things do" (Willa Cather).

re·sign′ed·ly (-zī′nĭd-lē) adv.
re·sign′ed·ness n.

resigned

(rɪˈzaɪnd)
adj
characteristic of or proceeding from an attitude of resignation; acquiescent or submissive
resignedly adv
reˈsignedness n

re•signed

(rɪˈzaɪnd)

adj.
1. submissive or acquiescent.
2. characterized by or indicative of resignation.
[1645–55]
re•sign′ed•ly, adv.
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resigned

resigned

adjective
1. Submitting without objection or resistance:
2. Enduring or capable of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint:
Translations
مُذْعِن، مُسَلِّم بأمْرِه، مُسْتَسْلِم
smířený
beletörõdõ
sáttur
zmierený
boyun eğmetevekkül

resigned

[rɪˈzaɪnd] ADJresignado (to a)

resigned

[rɪˈzaɪnd] adjrésigné(e)
to be resigned to sth → être résigné(e) à qch

resigned

adj personresigniert; to become resigned to somethingsich mit etw abfinden; I was resigned to walking, when …ich hatte mich schon damit abgefunden, zu Fuß gehen zu müssen, als …; to be resigned to one’s fatesich in sein Schicksal ergeben haben; to give a resigned shrugresigniert die or mit den Achseln zucken

resigned

[rɪˈzaɪnd] adjrassegnato/a

resign

(rəˈzain) verb
1. to leave a job etc. If he criticizes my work again I'll resign; He resigned (from) his post.
2. (with to) to make (oneself) accept (a situation, fact etc) with patience and calmness. He has resigned himself to the possibility that he may never walk again.
resignation (rezigˈneiʃən) noun
1. the act of resigning.
2. a letter etc stating that one is resigning. You will receive my resignation tomorrow.
3. (the state of having or showing) patient, calm acceptance (of a situation, fact etc). He accepted his fate with resignation.
reˈsigned adjective
(often with to) having or showing patient, calm acceptance (of a fact, situation etc). He is resigned to his fate.
References in classic literature ?
She was gay indeed, and had a certain childish humour; but she had none of that humour which comes of the resigned perception that the world is out of joint, and that you were never born to set it right.
Tell the count that I am well; that you found me sad, but resigned.
I might be resigned to his leaving me for a time; but all my instincts as a woman revolted at his placing himself in a position of danger during his separation from his wife.
I cannot say that she is becoming resigned to Magdalen's continued silence -- I know her faithful nature too well to say it.
I grew used to everything, or rather I voluntarily resigned myself to enduring it.
We were resigned to our fate, and we remained resigned until we aroused to the fact that we were drifting along the north shore not a hundred feet away.
With a bitter sigh, he resigned himself to the necessity of being as agreeable and amusing as ever: it was just possible that he might lure her into alluding to Alban Morris, if he began innocently by making her laugh.
He said he certainly could have wished to have continued to hold the appointment he had just resigned.
It was a scandal to which the Vicar had never resigned himself that there were three chapels in the High Street: he could not help feeling that the law should have stepped in to prevent their erection.
Having resigned his curacy, his next proceeding was to offer his services, as volunteer, to a new missionary enterprise on the West Coast of Africa.
My only trouble would be gone if you resigned yourself to the lot that's been given us.
Moreover, his hand was tolerably free; he stopped up his nose and resigned himself.