abdication (ab-di-kay-sh[schwa]n), n. The act of renouncing or abandoning privileges or duties, esp. those connected with high office (Edward VIII’s abdication of the Crown in 1936) (the court’s abdication of its judicial responsibility). ¡ª abdicate (ab-di-kayt), vb. ¡ª abdicable (ab-di-k[ schwa]-b[schwa]l), adj. ¡ª abdicator (ab-di-kay-t[schwa]r), n.
How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term ABDICATION?
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