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Cash in your chips

DEFINITION

Quit. Stop gambling. End one’s participation in a project or activity. (Compare to  Call it quits, Strike out, Hang it  up or Throw in the towel.)

“I disliked the new boss so much I finally cashed in my chips and quit the job.”

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