Give in/Give up

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Phrasal verb: Give in/Give up

Spanish translation: darse por vencido/a, conceder, capitular, ceder, renunciar

Definition: When you give in, you are admitting defeat or perhaps that you are unable to do something, which is similar to give up, when you stop doing something that you don’t want to do anymore.

Used in sentences:

1. After trying to figure out what to do last night, I finally gave up and called the team together to come up with some ideas.

2. We won’t give up on this customer. He’s always been loyal.

3. The company decided to give in to the demands of the union workers.

Related words or phrases: capitulate, surrender, yield, submit, back down, concede, relent, succumb

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