forgo : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v do without or cease to hold or adhere to
- v be earlier in time; go back further
- v lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime
- Founder Frank and his partner, Jeff Shelstad, another Prentice Hall alum, say the company plans to forgo advertising on the site and instead make money by selling supplemental .
- The willingness of young people to forgo insurance is a major problem for the health-care system.
- Reagan was cracking the quip again when he announced that he would lead a delegation pledged to President Nixon at next year's Republican Conventionand thus forgo for the time .
News & Articles
- DreamWorks and Netflix in deal for new TV programs
LOS ANGELES — DreamWorks Animation, trying to lessen its dependence on the volatile movie business by aggressively expanding into TV programming, has decided to forgo cable television in favor of Netflix.
June 18, 2013 - Boston Globe
- Welcome To The Neighborhood: Oregon’s ‘Glock Block’
Clackamas County, OR – Frustration over the increase in petty crime – which includes property damage, vandalism, and stolen yard items – has provoked several residents in one neighborhood to arm themselves and forgo calling police. Clackamas County is located in the Willamette Valley region in Oregon. Many residents there living in the Jennings Lodge... Read more » Welcome To The Neighborhood ...
June 18, 2013 - The Inquisitr
- K-State center fielder Jared King says he will turn pro
Kansas State center fielder Jared King has decided to turn pro, and will sign with the New York Mets on Tuesday, according to K-State’s athletics website. King was selected in the fifth round of the Major League Baseball Draft, and will forgo his senior season with the Wildcats.
June 17, 2013 - The Kansas City Star
- Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
We could lose a generation of potential and promise, as more young Americans are forced to forgo dreams of college or the chance to train for the jobs of the future,Obama said in a speech. "And our nation could lose the competitive edge...
- William Cohen in International Herald Tribune
If you forgo aspirations for nuclear weapons and cut off funding for radical elements and support the Mideast peace process, then yes, you'd be welcomed into the international community. We'd have billions of dollars going into your economy,...