To give up an interest to faithfulness
To give up one’s views and follow those of another person
It is noise and aggression which usually drives most people to give up their birds.
At any rate she induced father to give up his place AS a farm-hand, sell his horse and embark on an independent enterprise of his own
Mr. Domby is ready, AS a matter of fact, to give up all his possessions.
She did a year AT university, but decided to give up the course.
They would give up social life, and curtail their family life too, in order to pursue the pot of gold AT the end of the rainbow.
She tried to carry on as usual AT first but soon had to give up and lie down, fully dressed, on the kang.
I am surprised ( that ) Anne shall have give up her cottage in Yorkshire .
In order to marry the crown prince, she has had to give up her Australian and British citizenship and convert to the Lutheran Church