Verb(1) give in, as to influence or pressure
(1) The rain did not relent , and even seemed to be enhanced at times as its path became more horizontal.(2) The mists did not relent to the light, they only fell around Nakita and the Neraks, and stayed upon them.(3) Time often dilutes anger and passion and Hollywood began to relent in its attitude against Kazan.(4) Outside, the sky rumbled, and the falling rain did not relent .(5) One driver stubbornly resists letting his girlfriend into his cancer-stricken life but finally relents and lets her do the driving.(6) Finally, Cathena relents and leave Eric alone with her father.(7) Finally, she relents , replacing it within her purse.(8) One man who might catch the eye when the rain relents to allow the game to start is Dwayne Smith.(9) Finally relenting to Mrs Perez's request, she said, ├ö├ç├┐Alright, I'll do it now.├ö├ç├û(10) Her dad studied her for a minute before finally relenting .(11) She saw the look in Adonea's eye soften, and she finally relented .(12) He finally relented to the truth with a foolish grin.(13) But despite the best efforts of his closest aides, it was not until two hours later that the Pope finally relented , the report said.(14) When the children cry for food, however, he finally relents .(15) He came back every day for a week, and I finally relented .(16) But qualifying did go ahead yesterday as the rain relented to a drizzle though the track was still soaked.
(1) to relent :: 折れるします
1. change one's mind ::
3. yield ::
1. resist ::
Different Formsrelent, relented, relenting, relentless, relents
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