die in (something)

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die in (something)

To die in a particular accident or situation. With the reckless way he drives, I won't be surprised to one day hear that he died in a fiery car wreck.
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die in something

to perish in a particular calamity or accident. They both died in an automobile accident. Wally did not want to die in the war.
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He said he told Williams that the sector needed to maintain coverage in high-risk areas or the number of people dying in the desert would skyrocket.
Pitching their usually capable heavyweight battery of "animals are dying in their own feces" and "anyone who has a heart is going to care," the PETA team astonishingly failed to mine its deep bench of celebrities bolstering its cause.
Personally, I think this period could pass with no more than a couple of thousand people dying in their own vomit, and the rest of us squares could be left relatively undisturbed as long as everybody remembers to follow a few basic common courtesies.