Quit ( verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Quit ( verb )

  1. To stop doing something or being involved in something.
  2. To stop working for an employer.
  3. To resign from a position or job.
  4. To leave a place or situation.

Origin:

From the middle english quytte, meaning to release or to give up.

Examples:

  1. He quit smoking after 20 years.
  2. She quit her job to start her own business.
  3. He quit the team after the coach criticized him.
  4. She quit school to pursue a career in music.
  5. He quit the company after a dispute with his boss.

(As a verb)

Quit ( verb )

  1. To stop doing something or being involved in something.
  2. To stop working for an employer.
  3. To resign from a position or job.
  4. To leave a place or situation.

Origin:

From the middle english quytte, meaning to release or to give up.

Examples:

  1. He quit smoking after 20 years.
  2. She quit her job to start her own business.
  3. He quit the team after the coach criticized him.
  4. She quit school to pursue a career in music.
  5. He quit the company after a dispute with his boss.
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