make concessions

See: compromise
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But I have observed that, in nine cases out of ten, a man will make concessions to a woman, if she approaches him by her self, which he would hesitate even to consider if another man was within hearing.
Iran's deputy foreign minister says the nuclear deal came about only because Iran's military might forced Washington and its allies to make concessions to Iran.
We could force the enemies make concessions in the negotiations when they grew disappointed at the military option against the Islamic Republic, given its missile power," he added.
Summary: Abdullah al-Thani says he is ready to talk to rivals in conflict-hit country if all sides make concessions.
Failing to make concessions conditional on a final agreement being reached.
With her draft regulation on personal data protection getting a cool reception from member states, Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding announced, at the Justice Council on 26 October in Luxembourg, that she is willing to make concessions on three points.
Goran told news agencies that they were invited by "American friends," but that this doesn't mean the Kurds will make concessions.
But, following unconfirmed reports of a bungled Special Forces attempt to free them, Mr Miliband told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show: "We never make concessions.
He said he could not see Israel making concessions anymore, "Especially as it didn't make concessions during the first and heaviest wave of peace efforts.
The talks on July 3-4 saw Rabat make concessions on EU cereals imports in exchange for better access to the EU market for Moroccan tomatoes.