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1、re- "opposite" + sign- + -ation.
- resignation (n.)
- late 14c., "act of resigning" (an office, etc.), from Old French resignation (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin resignationem (nominative resignatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin resignare (see resign). Meaning "submission, acquiescence" is from 1640s.
- 1. His resignation was a body blow to the team.
- 2. There was no grief in his expression, only deep resignation.
- 3. In the union office, the mood gradually changed from resignation to rage.
- 4. This morning, looking harassed and drawn, Lewis tendered his resignation.
- 5. Yesterday saw the resignation of the acting Interior Minister.
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