Tatsächlich habe ich nach einer Übersetzung für "No, he won't cave" gesucht, wofür der LEO-Eintrag nicht gerade hilfreich ist. Kapitulieren dagegen trifft es wohl.
—IreneSiehe auch: verbrechen
We had been trying to get him to join Facebook for months and he finally caved!
... hat er endlich dem Druck nachgegeben!
Oder "...nun ist er eingeknickt".
—DragonSiehe auch: to caveSiehe auch: Einknicken
• He caved to anti-immigrant groups
• Damascus caved to U.S.-led international pressure and withdrew its tens of thousands of troops from Lebanon
• Do they keep repeating this mantra to counter rumors that McCain caved to the evangelical right
• The Dems caved last week in the House, and this week the Senate tabled the discussion till July
• The second time was at the end of the week, when I caved to several minutes of back-seat whining for soft-serve ice cream
• we already knew privacy wasn't an issue for the likes of MSN and Yahoo, who caved when even the US gov when asked for their logs without so much as a sniff
• Predictably, Motrin has caved and issued an apology
• administrators relied too heavily on verbal assertions and caved to political pressure — real or perceived
• The council was asked last year to ban tour buses from the street but caved to pressure from tour bus companies
• The players' union never should've caved on this one.
• Council grudgingly caved to the wishes of the commission, saying legal opinion told them they couldn't win this one
• their batsmen, with the exception of G.G., caved without a fight
• Even though construction worker M.L. said he was crestfallen because a five-year relationship had caved, magistrate V.L. showed no mercy
• Rhode Island caved with a five-game losing streak in the last two weeks of Februaryhttp://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/cgi-...