Idiom: give in
Idiom: give in (to someone/something)
- to agree to something you previously didn't agree to
- My parents always give in if I keep asking them the same thing over and over again.
- After I explained how important going to the seminar was, my boss gave in to my request to travel to California for the meeting.
- When I told my boyfriend I was tired of giving into his wishes, he broke up with me.
- If you always give in to your kids' demands, they'll become spoiled.
- Dad, could you please give in and let mom choose the restaurant this time?
- It's okay to give in every once in awhile to your sugar cravings—just don't give in every day.
- Tired of giving in to your fears and doubts? As your personal coach, I will help you overcome negative thinking and take action.
- I'm so tired of the bickering. I wish one of the kids would give in and let the other ride on the scooter for awhile.
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