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throw in the towel

to stop trying to do something because you do not think you can succeed
сдаваться, признавать себя побежденным
Stop having or doing something
Translations of “throw in the towel”
in Turkish pes etmek, vazgeçmek…
in Polish dać za wygraną, poddać się…
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