Verb(1) admit (to a wrongdoing(2) be willing to concede(3) give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another(4) acknowledge defeat
(1) I concede that is probably true with respect to most gorillas and most men.(2) This is the biggest threat to Rangers because PSG will concede a lot of territory in the hope that one or two decent chances fall Anelka's way.(3) I had to concede that I'd overreacted(4) But Salmond appeared to concede that he had overreacted in his response to the PCC.(5) Europe started the day 10-8 behind and suffered an early blow when Thomas Bjorn was forced to concede his match against Paul Casey because of a neck injury.(6) As much as I hated to concede defeat, I opened the door and asked, ├ö├ç├┐Anyone have any ideas?├ö├ç├û(7) But other types of companies aren't ready to concede their turf without a fight.(8) They thought he should be reined in and should concede territory to his colleagues to ensure Fine Gael dominance in Mayo.(9) It left Tadcaster a mountain to climb after the interval but to their credit they tried to make a contest of it and did well to concede only one more in the last 35 minutes.(10) Party spokesmen were shouted down, since they refused to concede these demands.(11) Instead, the aim seems to be to concede possession and prevent other teams using it with any creativity before hitting that quick ball forward.(12) ready to concede the gold medal(13) It took only minutes before Karae was ready to concede the equestrianship title to Yelan.(14) He might as well concede the election right now, or simply drop out and let President Bush run against just Ralph Nader.(15) A mass pitch invasion by hundreds of Pakistani fans left a steward badly injured, and forced a team to concede a match for the first time in the history of cricket.(16) With competition between the various institutions now razor keen, I would have imagined that none of them would want to concede advantage to the other.
(1) concede defeat :: ildio trechu
1. admit ::
2. surrender ::
3. confess ::
4. grant ::
5. cede ::
Different Formsconcede, conceded, concedes, conceding
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