give way definition

  • verb:
    • To yield to persistent persuasion.
    • To collapse or break under real stresses.
    • becoming followed, been successful, or replaced by.
    • To give precedence to many other road users.
    • relocate purchase to create room for someone for anything
    • end resistance, as under great pressure or force
    • stop operating or operating
    • digest, virtually or metaphorically
    • To produce to persistent persuasion.
    • To collapse or break under real stresses.
    • become followed, succeeded, or changed by.
    • to provide precedence to many other road users.
    • move around in order to make room for some one for something
    • end resistance, as under some pressure or force
    • end operating or operating
    • To yield to persistent persuasion.
    • To collapse or break under actual stresses.
    • To be used, been successful, or changed by.
    • to offer precedence with other motorists.
    • move in purchase in order to make area for some body for one thing
    • end weight, as under pressure or power
    • break up, actually or metaphorically
    • To produce to persistent persuasion.
    • To produce to persistent persuasion.
    • To yield to persistent persuasion.
    • To produce to persistent persuasion.
    • end running or working
    • To collapse or break under physical stresses.
    • To collapse or break under actual stresses.
    • To collapse or break under physical stresses.
    • digest, virtually or metaphorically
    • To collapse or break under real stresses.
    • to-be used, succeeded, or replaced by.
    • is followed, succeeded, or changed by.
    • To give precedence with other motorists.
    • is used, been successful, or changed by.
    • to offer precedence to other road users.
    • move around in purchase which will make area for someone for anything
    • is used, succeeded, or changed by.
    • move in purchase to make space for some body for some thing
    • to offer precedence to other motorists.
    • to provide precedence with other motorists.
    • end weight, as under great pressure or force
    • relocate purchase to make space for some body for some thing
    • end weight, as under great pressure or power
    • relocate purchase to make space for some one for one thing
    • stop operating or functioning
    • end opposition, as under some pressure or power
    • stop running or working
    • break-down, virtually or metaphorically
    • end opposition, as under pressure or power
    • stop operating or operating
    • end operating or functioning
    • break up, actually or metaphorically
    • break-down, actually or metaphorically
    • break up, virtually or metaphorically

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