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concede

verb abide by, accede, accept, acquiesce, affirm, agree, agree in principle, allow, arrive at an agreement, assent, be persuaded, come to terms, comply with, concedere, consent, endorse, endure, give in, grant, impart, permit, permittere, profess, recognize, sanction, settle, submit, submit to, succumb, withdraw one's objections, yield
Associated concepts: conceded facts
Foreign phrases: Qui concedit aliquid, concedere videtur et id sine quo concessio est irrita, sine quo res ipsa esse non potuit.He who concedes anything is considered as conceding that without which his concession would be idle, without which the thing itself is worthless.
See also: abandon, acknowledge, agree, allow, assent, authorize, bear, bestow, cede, comply, compromise, confess, confirm, conform, endure, forfeit, give, grant, let, permit, recognize, relinquish, reveal, submit, succumb, suffer, surrender, tolerate, verify, vouchsafe, yield
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takes the guys It four-game have not last the"If you don't concede you don't lose.
When they concede first, they have gone on to lose 42 times (69 per cent), and salvaged a draw on 16 occasions (28 per cent).
According to Hicks, the employer concession curve will start off from some offer wage independent of the union effect, possibly at the pre-negotiation wage, then slope upwards, since profit losses for the firm are proportional to expected strike duration, but flatten out at some point beyond which the firm would not be willing to concede any farther, as such high wages could drive the firm to bankruptcy.
This season Middlesbrough conceded 13 goals fewer than Watford but if they are promoted they might concede only three fewer.
Almost everyone wrote off QPR weeks ago yet I genuinely believed Harry Redknapp might save them - but even I have to concede that it's going to take a minor miracle now.
Sometimes when you attack with seven players it's enough, because if not you can concede a counter-attack like we conceded.
1 : to admit to be true <The candidate had to concede defeat.
Someone who removes a cart can be fined $50, but officials concede that violators are never cited or fined.
While Justice Scalia does not concede that we have executed an innocent person, he does acknowledge the risk of that happening, albeit one that is so small that it's barely there.
Under the new guidelines the IRS will not settle unless taxpayers concede (agree to the disallowance of) 100% of the claimed losses or deductions, reduced only by the amount of transaction costs up to 10% of such claimed losses or deductions.
As explained in TEI's Comments Foster Taxpayer Victories in Pennsylvania, there were positive indications that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania had decided to concede two cases involving the issue of when deferred compensation becomes subject to the Commonwealth's personal income tax.