- lose or be deprived of (property or a right or privilege) as a penalty for wrongdoing；lose or give up (something) as a necessary consequence of something else
- a fine or penalty for wrongdoing；an item of property or a right or privilege lost as a legal penalty.
- lost or surrendered as a penalty for wrongdoing
noun: forfeit, plural noun: forfeits
verb: forfeit, 3rd person present: forfeits, gerund or present participle: forfeiting, past tense: forfeited, past participle: forfeited
- 1. lose or be deprived of (property or a right or privilege) as a penalty for wrongdoing those unable to meet their taxes were liable to forfeit their estates
- ▪ lose or give up (something) as a necessary consequence of something else she didn't mind forfeiting an hour in bed to muck out the horses
- 1. a fine or penalty for wrongdoing the loser must pay a forfeit
- ▪ an item of property or a right or privilege lost as a legal penalty.
- ▪ a game in which trivial penalties are exacted for minor misdemeanours.
- ▪ the action of forfeiting something.
- 1. lost or surrendered as a penalty for wrongdoing his possessions were declared forfeit
... studies in the military school before thinking of, are forfeited because not like learning the elder sister saluting; After ...
Fear of failures forfeits your chance of success. 害怕失敗等於對成功放棄. 希望有幫助. 2006-03-29 15:06:26 補充： 多謝 feihong 大大. :$
...得到全世界，卻失去自我」~可簡化成~ He gains the whole world yet forfeits his soul.