to surrender unconditionally or on stipulated terms.
to give up resistance:
He finally capitulated and agreed to do the job my way.
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(intransitive) to surrender, esp under agreed conditions
a member of an ecclesiastical chapter. capitulars, the laws or statutes of a chapter or of an ecclesiastical council. Botany, capitate. pertaining to an ecclesiastical or other chapter. Historical Examples Ely Cathedral Anonymous The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 8 Various The English Church in the Middle Ages […]
pertaining to a chapter, especially to an ecclesiastical one. a member of a chapter, especially of an ecclesiastical one. Often, capitularies. an ordinance or law of a Frankish sovereign. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 7 Various Medieval People Eileen Edna Power Led Astray and The Sphinx Octave Feuillet noun (pl) -laries […]
the act of capitulating. the document containing the terms of a surrender. a list of the headings or main divisions of a subject; a summary or enumeration. Often, capitulations. a treaty or agreement by which subjects of one country residing or traveling in another are extended extraterritorial rights or special privileges, especially such a treaty […]
advocacy or approval of capitulation.