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  • 1give way — ► give way 1) yield. 2) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force and collapse or break. 3) allow another to be or go first. 4) (give way to) be replaced or superseded by. Main Entry: ↑way …

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  • 2give way to — 1. To yield to, submit to 2. To allow to take precedence, give priority to 3. To succumb to (eg grief) • • • Main Entry: ↑give …

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  • 3give way — index defer (yield in judgment), hear (give attention to), obey, relent, retreat, split, succumb, yield ( …

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  • 4give way to — (something) to be replaced by something. My excitement gave way to fear when I drove a car for the first time …

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  • 5give way to — index submit (yield) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6give way — 1) if something gives way, it breaks or falls down because there is too much weight or pressure on it The bridge threatened to give way as the flood waters rose. 2) to agree to something that someone else wants instead of what you want The… …

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  • 7give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …

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  • 8give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …

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  • 9give\ way — v 1. To go back; retreat. The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire. Compare: fall back 2. To make room, get out of the way. The children gave way and let their mother through the door. Compare: make way 3. To lose control of yourself;… …

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  • 10give way — verb 1. move in order to make room for someone for something (Freq. 7) The park gave way to a supermarket Move over, he told the crowd • Syn: ↑move over, ↑give, ↑ease up, ↑yield • …

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  • 11give way — v. (d; intr.) ( to yield ) to give way to (reason gave way to hysteria) * * * (d; intr.) ( to yield ) to give way to (reason gave way to hysteria) …

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  • 12give way — verb a) To yield to persistent persuasion. The mother gave way to her crying child. b) To collapse or break under physical stresses. After years of neglect, the rusty old bridge could give way at any time …

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  • 13give way — 1》 yield. 2》 (of a support or structure) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force and collapse or break. 3》 Brit. allow someone or something to be or go first. 4》 (give way to) be replaced or superseded by. → way …

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  • 14give way — to break or fall down suddenly. Those wooden steps are old, and I m afraid one of them will give way, so we need to replace them this weekend …

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  • 15give way — In the rules of navigation, one vessel is said to give way to another when she deviates from her course in such a manner and to such an extent as to allow the other to pass without altering her course …

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  • 16give way — In the rules of navigation, one vessel is said to give way to another when she deviates from her course in such a manner and to such an extent as to allow the other to pass without altering her course …

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  • 17give way — 1) the government gave way and passed the bill Syn: yield, back down, surrender, capitulate, concede defeat, give in, submit, succumb; acquiesce, agree, assent; informal throw in the towel/sponge, cave in 2) the door gave way Syn …

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  • 18give way to — {v. phr.} 1a. To make room for; allow to go or pass; yield to. * /John gave way to the old lady and let her pass./ 1b. To allow to decide. * /Mrs. Rogers gave way lo her husband in buying the car./ 1c. To lose control of (your feelings), not hold …

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  • 19give way to — {v. phr.} 1a. To make room for; allow to go or pass; yield to. * /John gave way to the old lady and let her pass./ 1b. To allow to decide. * /Mrs. Rogers gave way lo her husband in buying the car./ 1c. To lose control of (your feelings), not hold …

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  • 20give\ way\ to — v. phr. 1a. To make room for; allow to go or pass; yield to. John gave way to the old lady and let her pass. 1b. To allow to decide. Mrs. Rogers gave way to her husband in buying the car. 1c. To lose control of (your feelings), not hold back.… …

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