“Give in”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Give in
- To do what you initially didn’t want to do. When someone or something has been tempting you or trying to convince you to do something you didn’t want to do but you eventually agree and say yes.
Other examples of “give in” phrasal verb in a sentence
- They have finally given in to their requests.
- If you keep insisting, he will finally give in.
- Don’t give in to him!
“Give in”: use in context explanation
Richard is trying to lose weight and keep fit. He’s bought a treadmill so he can exercise at home. Jane is really proud of her husband but she’s decided to test him and test his strong will. She is waving a bar of chocolate in front of his face and tells him not to give in.