give way

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To yield to persistent persuasion

The mother gave way to her crying child.

To be followed, succeeded, or replaced by

Winter gave way to spring.

To give precedence to other road users

At the crossing, cars must give way to pedestrians.

To collapse or break under physical stresses

After years of neglect, the rusty old bridge could give way at any time.

break down, literally or metaphorically; "The wall collapsed"; "The business collapsed"; "The dam broke"; "The roof collapsed"; "The wall gave in"; "The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice"
A peculiarly British term used on the most popular road sign "Give Way signs" are found where a road terminates on another, where most other countries would place a "stop" sign Give Way is a shortened version of "give right of way" Before the Worboys report, these signs actually read "HALT at major road ahead" - Give Way is a marked improvement Stop signs are reserved for more dangerous junctions
move in order to make room for someone for something; "The park gave way to a supermarket"; "`Move over,' he told the crowd"
Yield to other traffic
Command to start rowing
end resistance, especially under pressure or force; "The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram"
Chậm lại, ngừng, đi lui hoặc đổi hướng
retreat, give up; yield the right of way; collapse; yield to entreaty, give in
stop operating or functioning; "The engine finally went"; "The car died on the road"; "The bus we travelled in broke down on the way to town"; "The coffee maker broke"; "The engine failed on the way to town"; "her eyesight went after the accident"
end resistance, especially under pressure or force; "The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram
give way sign
traffic sign which allows the another vehicle the right of way, yield sign
give way to
yield to, surrender to
give way

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    gîv wey


    /ˈgəv ˈwā/ /ˈɡɪv ˈweɪ/


    [ 'giv ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Swedish giva to give; akin to Old English giefan, gifan to give, and perhaps to Latin habEre to have, hold.

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