should abandon‘I should abandon this farce of a holiday and go home to attend to my business.
decide to abandonFor example, a player whose regular opponent fields High Elves might wisely decide to abandon any attempt to out-shoot his enemies in favour of a fast, hard-hitting attack force combined with long range artillery.
force to abandon
decision to abandonThe 84-tonne US Skylab had crashed to earth in 1979 [for decision to abandon attempts to rescue Skylab see p. 29448].
have to abandonUnless there was one in the back wall, he would have to abandon the entire exercise.
prepare to abandon
do not abandon
must abandonCharles realized that he must abandon the attempt to re-assert the Forest rights enjoyed by his medieval predecessors.
abandon hopeA salesperson should never abandon hope of winning an account.
government to abandonthe Labour leader John Smith urged the government to abandon what he called these foolish proposals.
people to abandonIf the fixed charge has to be very high it may induce people to abandon consumption of the commodity altogether.
like to abandonShe would not like to abandon journalism altogether.
abandon the ideaIt could be that your ancestors were among the first to abandon the idea of hunting and gathering in favour of cultivation and husbandry.
will to abandon