Significado de “relent” - Diccionario inglés

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relentverb [ I ]

uk /rɪˈlent/ us /rɪˈlent/

to act in a less severe way towards someone and allow something that you had refused to allow before:

Her parents eventually relented and let her go to the party.
The security guard relented and let them through.

(Definición de relent de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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relentverb [ I ]

us /rɪˈlent/

to do something you had refused to do before, or to allow someone to do something that you had refused to allow before:

For days we begged him to see a doctor about his cough, and finally he relented.

(Definición de relent de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)