What does concede mean?

concede in AZ Dictionary

(v) To acknowledge, frequently reluctantly, as being real, only, or correct; acknowledge. See Synonyms at recognize.
(v) To produce or grant (a privilege or appropriate, as an example).
(v) To yield or endure; to surrender; to give.
(v) to help make a concession: yield: The dropping prospect conceded at nighttime following the polls had closed.
(v) To produce or make concession.
(v) To produce or endure; to surrender; to give; as, to concede the purpose involved.
(v) To give, as the right or privilege; in order to make concession of.
(v) To admit to be true; to acknowledge.
To make a concession of; grant as the right or a privilege; produce up; allow: as, the federal government conceded the team to a foreign syndicate.
To admit as true, only, or proper; admit; grant; acquiesce in, either by direct assent or by silent acceptance. See concession.
To make concession; give a petition, or take a disputed or disputable point; yield; admit.

concede in Community Dictionary

To admit that some body or something else is right.To recognize being wrong. by LyleReport definition
To yield or suffer; to surrender; to grant; because, to concede the wager so as to not be in operating to win anymore. by Bryce GeronimoReport definition
What John Kerry did on Nov third, 2004. by RudyReport definition

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  • Quotes for "concede"
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  • Synonym for "concede"
    • allow, grant, yield, surrender, admit
  • Verb Forms for "concede"
    • conceded, concedes, conceding
  • Phrases for "concede"
    • concede defeat, readily concede, aides concede, Rivals concede, officials concede
  • Rhyme for "concede"
    • Aristide, Bede, Ede, Gilead, Mead
  • Hypernym for "concede"
    • give up, surrender, give
  • Cross Reference for "concede"
    • acknowledge, grant, relinquish
  • Etymologically Related for "concede"
    • concession
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