Meaning of pack it in in English:

pack it in

phrase

informal
  • Stop what one is doing.

    • ‘I decided to resit my GCSEs but I didn't have enough confidence in myself so I packed it in’
    • ‘In reality, it's past Time for some candidates to pack it in, but this is as good an occasion to point it out again as any.’
    • ‘Finally I decided that maybe I had been fooling myself all along, and maybe it was time to pack it in and get a "real" job "down at the "ol' sawmill."’