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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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ch], the firm's payoff when the union concedes but the firm holds out and, [[product].
Paddy Power - first Labour minister to concede defeat: 13-8 P Mandelson, 4 Lord Adonis, 5 A Johnson, 6 T Jowell, 8 H Harman, 10 D Miliband, 12 E Balls, A Burnham, 14 E Miliband, 16 J Straw, A Darling.
GLENTORAN boss Alan McDonald has angrily shot down suggestions the Oval club should concede defeat in the race for the title.
97 MINS: Dallaglio concedes penalty 25 metres out and Flatley kicks over to level the score at 17-17.
We want to get as many tries as possible, and every game we go into we try not to concede any,'' saidLarder,ahead of Sunday's PoolC opener against Georgia at Subiaco Oval.
It is reasonable not to concede adjustments until adequate substantiation is received and the items in question are verified.
This is not disengaged scholarship, and Bartov's essays are informed throughout by his conviction that "if historians, as intellectuals, concede their moral neutrality, then they will finally concede their intellectual, political, and moral irrelevance"; he has only harsh words for "proponents of relativism and indeterminacy" who lack "a commitment to truth and morality.
8 billion tax gap figure after conceding that the IRS's Appeals Division concedes 75 percent of that amount represents the height of disingenuousness.
Although his view hasn't changed much, he does grudgingly concede that academic research on political action committees is turning up "a consensus about PAC influence.