- vt.& vi.没有也行，放弃;
- 第三人称单数: forgoes;
- 过去式: forwent;
- 过去分词: forgone;
- 现在分词: forgoing;
No one was prepared to forgo their lunch hour to attend the meeting.
She would willingly forgo a birthday treat if only her warring parents would declare a truce.
Time to prepare was a luxuary he would have to forgo.
I'll have to forgo my vacation in order to attend a summer Chinese course.
I shall be happy to forgo his company.
The workers agreed to forgo a pay increase for the sake of greater job security.
She decided to forgo the party and prepare for the English exam.
Many skiers are happy to forgo a summer vacation to go skiing.
Many top managers have expressed a willingness to trim their salaries and logon forgo bonuses.
You will ahve to forgo alcohol.
Do not forgo oneself interest to go abroad.
At 16, I decided to forgo a high school education and instead I pursued my GED.
Some have had to forgo liver transplants, because the risk of complications is higher.
" For this reason I forgo my vengeance for my dead son, for the common good.
“ 因为这个理由, 为了共同的利益,我放弃为我死去的儿子报仇的权利.
Personally, I was happy to see that more women feel free to forgo childbearing.
Many top managers have expressed a willingness to trim their salaries and forgo bonuses.
If we are going to finish this today, we'll have to forgo our lunch hour.
In his view, to engage with one book is to forgo the acquaintance of many others.
Mary decided to forgo the movies and do her lessons.
For the safety of your data, forgo rebooting any data recovery program.
They are likely to forgo some good business opportunities, but also to make fewer mistakes.
Many top managers have expressed a willingness to trim their salaries and for goal forgo bonuses.
Others forgo animal foods out of a simple regard for life.
Many top managers have expressed their a willingness to trim their salaries and forgo their bonuses.
Every seventh year we will forgo working the land and will cancel all debts.
Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effor ． ( Shakespeare ).
Many top managers have expressed the a willingness to trim their salaries and forego forgo bonuses.
1. do without or cease to hold or adhere to;
"We are dispensing with formalities"
"relinquish the old ideas"
2. lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
3. refrain from consuming;
"You will have to forgo alcohol"