chuck it in

chuck it in

To give up or abandon something. This business venture has lost me money the past three years—I think it's time to chuck it in.
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chuck it in

Inf. to quit; to give up. (Fixed order.) I was so depressed, I almost chucked it in. If I didn't have to keep the job to pay my bills, I'd have chucked it in long ago.
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chuck it in

tv. to quit; to give up. (see also throw in the towel.) If I didn’t have to keep the job to live, I’d have chucked it in long ago.
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I chuck it in and with guys like Rudy, Ben and Mark Hudson in the box we have big men who have every chance of winning headers.
I chuck it in and with guys like Rudy, Ben Turner and Mark Hudson in the box we have big men who have every chance of winning headers.
It's in the discovery sometimes that no matter how much cash you chuck at something it means diddly squat unless you chuck it in the right direction.