In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(yield)sucumbirto succumb to sth — sucumbir a algo
- But somebody somewhere in the industry might succumb to temptation.
- Indeed, in a critical aside on contemporary journalism, he sees how other editors succumb to temptations of this sort.
- Young people who feel good about themselves are less likely to succumb to negative pressure.
- Do not succumb to the temptation to reduce development time, stop time, or clearing time.
- Will they will stick to their ground and fight till the end, or succumb to the pressure?
- Is there, I wonder, any danger Nel could succumb to the pressure?
- They also succumb to the pressure of having to wear many hats and not truly understanding the business.
- They're about how these characters succumb to these pressures and these influences very much like we all do in our lives.
- The opposition will probably be forced to succumb to pressure from the West to join a national unity government.
- For many, the quality of life has deteriorated and they succumb to pressure.
- Do not succumb to the temptation of jumping into impulsive and sensational outbursts of heavy workouts.
- Her tastes are Brazilian-style barbecues and Japanese food but she does succumb to certain temptations.
- Who but the dourest of indie-snob purists could fail to succumb to its heady delights?
- So should you stay grey, or succumb to the pressure to hit the bottle (of hair colorant)?
- And certain vicars choral did succumb to the temptation of female company.
- At the Olympics, the inexperienced juniors are bound to succumb to the intense pressure that will be exerted.
- They have said they are not prepared to succumb to the pressure from the big countries that want everyone else to do as they say and not do as they do.
- And whoever gets selected for England will, in a pretty short period of time, succumb to the same forces.
- Sooner or later, I fear, they will succumb to pressure from other, more powerful business interests.
- In due course, they succumb to his pressure and in his very presence fall into each other's arms.
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