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(a) [C, U] (instance of) resigning （职务等的）放弃; 辞职
*Further resignations are expected. 预料还会有人辞职.
* He is considering resignation (from the Board). 他正考虑辞去（委员会中的）职务.
(b) [C] letter, etc to one's employers stating one's wish to resign 辞呈
*offer, tender, send in, give in, hand in one's resignation 提交辞呈
* We haven't yet received his resignation. 我们尚未收到他的辞呈.
2 [U] patient acceptance or endurance 听任; 顺从
*accept failure with resignation 情愿承认失败.
n [U and C]
when you officially announce that you have decided to leave your job or an organization, or a written statement that says you will be leaving
→notice The governor refused to accept Cox's resignation . a letter of resignationhand in/tender your resignation
(=officially say that you want to resign) [U]
when someone calmly accepts a situation that cannot be changed, even though it is bad She gave a sigh of resignation.with resignation He accepted her decision with resignation.
1. His resignation will have serious repercussions on/for the firm. 他辞职一事对公司影响很大.