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forfeit

1 verb
     
for‧feit1 [transitive]
to lose a right, position, possession etc or have it taken away from you because you have broken a law or rule:
By being absent from the trial, he forfeited the right to appeal.
She was fined £3,000 and ordered to forfeit her car.

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