Definition of die-in in English:

die-in

Syllabification: die-in

noun

informal
A demonstration in which people lie down as if dead: should it be a mass die-in on the campus main lawn?
More example sentences
  • Every day brings new reports of sit-ins, sit-downs and die-ins led by schoolchildren across the UK - the other day there was even a riot against the war.
  • Many of the protesters did not go to the free-speech zone, instead having sit-ins, die-ins.
  • Students from nine universities in London and the south east took part in die-ins today to demonstrate against the pending war with Iraq.

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