Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典
The garrison was forced to surrender.
When two armies oppose one another, those who can fight should fight, those who can't fight should guard, those who can't guard should flee, those who can't flee should surrender, and those who can't surrender should die.
Are we going to surrender to these monsters?
Obliged to surrender the presidency when he underwent abdominal surgery three years ago, he still exerts influence and an apparent veto power behind the scenes.
Gone is the untroubled assumption that the mighty power of the A- bomb turned Japan from a fanatically suicidal nation at war to one begging for surrender.
Historians have decided that Japan’s surrender was not just about the A- bomb, and many people are taking this to mean that nuclear weapons are, after all, irrelevant.
Politicians knew that they risked running afoul of voters if they surrendered too much sovereignty.
He then covered the Allied invasion of Europe and, after the surrender of Germany, filed reports from the Far East.
Following Japan's surrender, the allied occupiers ended the practice, appalled by its demands for juvenile self- sacrifice in the name of the emperor.
The Countess greeted them with her grave smile, and Archer, feeling his host's admonitory glance on him, rose and surrendered his seat.