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Throw In The Towel

Throw In The Towel - means to give up; to stop trying

  • I was learning Spanish, but I threw in the towel.
  • My mother threw in the towel trying to get my brothers to go to sleep early.
  • My father threw in the towel and bought a new car.
  • I threw in the towel trying to find a new place to live.
  • My friends threw in the towel trying to find airline tickets to Florida.
  • I am so upset with trying to bake a cake. I am going to throw in the towel and buy a cake.
  • The phone is causing me so much trouble. We are going to throw in the towel and but a new phone.
  • Do you think I should throw in the towel and file for bankruptcy.

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