verbo transitivoforsook, forsaken
- The little creature had brought the warmth and security of her childhood back to her for a fleeting moment, and now, once again, she was abandoned and forsaken.
- Abandoned by their father, forsaken by neighbors, Bolas and the children kept vigil over their mother.
- If back in '64 the system seemed to have abandoned and forsaken people, what of now?
- Will the one who brought them into the land abandon and forsake them now?
- But at some point in life, you must abandon books, forsake the forewarning words of others, and find out for yourself.
2(relinquish)(pleasure/habits) renunciar a
- She forsook her suitors and renounced the comforts of her family home.
- The track counsels people to guard against forsaking their traditional values for foreign ones.
- He definitely needs to cut back, but he doesn't have to forsake his principles to do that.
- But their hi-tech approach doesn't forsake the old values.
- If you can forsake your fundamental principles for any reason then you are not the kind of person who can take the country forward.