verb (used without object)
to give way to superior force; yield:
to succumb to despair.
to yield to disease, wounds, old age, etc.; die.
verb (intransitive) often foll by to
to give way in face of the overwhelming force (of) or desire (for)
to be fatally overwhelmed (by disease, old age, etc); die (of)
adjective 1. subsidiary, especially noting a religious establishment that is dependent upon a principal one. adjective 1. (esp of a religious establishment) subsidiary noun 2. a subsidiary establishment
succus suc·cus (sŭk’əs) n. pl. suc·ci (sŭk’ī, -sī) A fluid, such as gastric juice or vegetable juice, contained in or secreted by living tissue. No longer in technical use.
verb (used with object) 1. to shake up; shake. 2. Medicine/Medical. to shake (a patient) in order to determine if a fluid is present in the thorax or elsewhere. verb 1. (med) to shake (a patient) to detect the sound of fluid in the thoracic or another bodily cavity 2. (rare) to shake, esp with […]
adjective 1. of the kind, character, degree, extent, etc., of that or those indicated or implied: Such a man is dangerous. 2. of that particular kind or character: The food, such as it was, was plentiful. 3. like or similar: tea, coffee, and such commodities. 4. (used with omission of an indication of comparison) of […]