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succumb

verb [I]
 
 
/səˈkʌm/ formal
NOT STOP to not be able to stop yourself doing something
dayanamamak, kapılmak, yenilmek; kendini alıkoyamamak
I succumbed to temptation and had some cheesecake.Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
SUFFER to die or suffer badly from an illness
acı çekerek ölmek, çok çekmek, yakalanmak, tutulmak, yenik düşmek; boyun eğmek, teslim olmak
Being and falling illDeath and dying
Translations of “succumb”
in Vietnamese ngừng kháng cự, thua…
in Spanish sucumbir (a)…
in Thai จำนน…
in Malaysian tunduk…
in French succomber (à)…
in German erliegen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屈從,屈服, 放棄抵抗, 承認失敗…
in Indonesian tunduk…
in Russian не выдержать, не устоять, страдать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屈从,屈服, 放弃抵抗, 承认失败…
in Polish ulegać…
(Definition of succumb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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