Resign - REF

Resign (verb):Meaning:To voluntarily leave a job, position, or responsibility, typically by formally submitting a letter of resignation.

Examples:

  1. After years of working for the company, she decided to resign and pursue other opportunities.
  2. The manager's decision to resign came as a shock to the team.
  3. He resigned from his position as chairman due to personal reasons.

Synonyms:

  1. Quit, step down, retire.
  2. Abandon, relinquish, surrender.

Antonyms:

  1. Stay, remain, continue.
  2. Accept, assume, undertake.

Collocations:

  1. Resign from: She chose to resign from her position after a long and successful career.
  2. Resign as: He decided to resign as the head of the committee.
  3. Resign over: The controversy led him to resign over the matter.

Idioms:

  1. Throw in the towel: After facing too many challenges, he decided to throw in the towel and resign.

Expressions:

  1. Resign in protest: The employees resigned in protest against the unfair working conditions.

Phrases:

  1. Resign with dignity: She chose to resign with dignity rather than continue in a difficult situation.

Word Family (noun/adjective):

  • Resignation (noun): The act of resigning or quitting a job.
  • Resigned (adjective): Accepting a situation as it is, often with a sense of resignation.

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