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cave in

 /ˈkeɪv ˈɪn/
phrasal verb with cave verb
  • (FALL IN)

(of a structure) to fall in suddenly, esp. because of a lack of support: The building’s roof caved in under the weight of the snow.

cave in

phrasal verb with cave verb
  • (AGREE TO)

to agree to demands that you originally opposed because you have become tired or frightened: She accused the university of caving in to political pressures.
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