- n.声明放弃（权利等）; 宣布断绝关系; 克己;
- 复数: renunciations;
the renunciation of violence
Gandhi exemplified the virtues of renunciation, asceticism and restraint.
Nuclear weapons would be renounced only after a renunciation of the threat of war in diplomacy.
Few of them understood that the renunciation of self is its own reward.
He made a renunciation of his chairmanship.
It is a lesson in renunciation which I suppose I ought to learn at this seaon.
It was Marcus who made the most of his renunciation of his cousin.
It is the American renunciation once more.
Renunciation of pleasure has always been very hard to man.
I cannot say that I think much of your great renunciation.
It is a lesson in renunciation which I suppose I ought to learn at this season.
To me it was his broken spirit that expressed itself, and I rebelled against his renunciation.
The talks were dependent on a renunciation of terrorism.
Being resolved on renunciation, on freedom from ill will, on harmlessness.
出离思惟、无嗔思惟 、 无害思惟.
But an illness of life, is not renunciation first and foremost an illness of the spirit?
Total dedication to God, renunciation of possessions, the family.
对神完全忠诚, 出家意味着抛弃全部的财产, 还有家人.
Swamiji has led a life renunciation at the age of 8 , he met his guru.
He made a renunciation of chairmanship.
Swamiji has led a life of renunciation at the age of 8, he met his guru.
I don't give students a sermon about renunciation, but I do speak about confidence.
To be different, his individuality requires a voluntary renunciation of some degree of individual liberty.
The renunciation of all earthly pleasures.
1. rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid;
"Congressional repudiation of the treaty that the President had negotiated"
2. the state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes)
3. an act (spoken or written) declaring that something is surrendered or disowned
4. the act of renouncing; sacrificing or giving up or surrendering (a possession or right or title or privilege etc.)