降参, こうさん

  • kōsan

Definition of 降参,こうさん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • giving in to
  • giving up
  • surrender

Examples of 降参,こうさん in a Sentence

I would sooner die than give up.
ぜったい降参しない
I shall never give up.
降参しるしとして両手挙げた。
He held up his hands in token of surrender.
降参した
He gave in.
Having lost the game over and over again, he finally gave in.
Under the circumstances we have no choice but to surrender.
ケンは降参した
Ken laid down his arms.
勇敢に戦ったがついに降参した
The man fought bravely but finally gave in.
It was a long war because neither side would give in.
降参するな。
Don't throw in the towel.
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