See also: Conceded Conceited Concerted Concededly Conceitedness Conceitedly Considered Conceding Concedes Concede Conceder Define Concise Concentric Concur Concept Conclusion Concurrently Concern Conception Concomitant Concession Concubine Concierge Concatenate Concepto Conciencia Concreto The Conceal Conceived Revolution
1. Allowed or admitted as true, proper, just, etc.:A A professional liar, when cornered, will strategically acknowledge a point without giving up the debate; those Conceded points should form the basis of …
2. To yield or surrender (something owned or disputed, such as land): Conceded the region when signing the treaty.
3. Conceded; conceding Kids Definition of concede 1 : to admit to be true The candidate had to concede defeat.
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4. 2 to cease resistance (as to another's arguments, demands, or control) he Conceded as soon as it became clear that he could not win.
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5. City Councilwoman Barbara Bry officially Conceded the race for mayor in a Zoom call on Monday morning
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6. MORNING REPORT: ALL EYES ON COUNCIL PRESIDENT RACE VOICE OF SAN DIEGO NOVEMBER 10, 2020 VOICE OF SAN DIEGO He had Conceded the night of the election, but then called Bush back with second thoughts.
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7. President Donald Trump Conceded publicly for the first time Thursday that he will not serve a second term, stopping short of congratulating President-elect …
8. Conceded meaning The definition of Conceded means that you acknowledge or accepted defeat or that something was true
9. When you are behind by 20 points in a game and simply tell your opponent that you know you can't win, this is an example of a situation where you Conceded defeat.
10. concede verb (ADMIT) C2 [ T ] to admit, often unwillingly, that something is true: [ + (that) ] The government has Conceded (that) the new tax policy has been a disaster.
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12. What does Conceded mean? Information and translations of Conceded in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
13. If you concede something, you admit that it is true, proper, or certain — usually in an unwilling way and often in the context of a competition, as in "At midnight, the candidate finally Conceded defeat."
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14. Conceded 'Conceded' is a 8 letter word starting with C and ending with D Crossword clues for 'Conceded' Clue Answer; Gave in (8) Conceded: Admitted defeat in (8) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Conceded We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Conceded will help you to finish your crossword today
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15. Concede verb (ADMIT) C2 [ T ] to admit, often unwillingly, that something is true: [ + (that) ] The government has Conceded (that) the new tax policy has been a disaster.
16. But it is now Conceded to be a Masoretic roll, probably of European origin
17. The case has been Conceded to him in advance, and the libertarian can only flinch from his logic
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18. Why, then, should privileges be Conceded to one beneficiary which are denied to all others?
19. To admit that something is true or correct, although you wish it were not true → concession ‘That’s the only possible solution.’ ‘Yes, I suppose so, ’ Charles Conceded
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20. Concede (that) I Conceded that I had made a number of errors
21. Bess finally Conceded that Nancy was right.
22. At midnight, Ronald Conceded the election to his opponent
23. In the end we Conceded to the demands of the petition
24. (in sport) fail to prevent an opponent scoring (a goal or point) ‘they have Conceded only one goal in seven matches’
25. ‘The situation at the break, 1-0 ahead, was familiar to Kendal but in their three previous matches they had failed to score, Conceded goals and lost.’.
26. To concede something is to give in or stop protesting it.A loser concedes victory to the winner by surrendering.In a debate, one side may concede a point in the argument, or in other words, admit that the other side is correct in that point.The past tense of this word is Conceded.It should be noted that the e in this word is pronounced with the long e sound.
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27. In the end we Conceded to the demands of the petition
28. Verb Opposite of to have acknowledged, or Conceded, the truth of (of time or an opportunity) Opposite of to have failed to take advantage of (beat) Opposite of past tense for to yield or suffer
29. View Goals Conceded played by Premier League clubs for 2018/19 and previous seasons, on the official website of the Premier League.
30. England Conceded a goal immediately after half-time
31. Concede somebody something Women were only Conceded full voting rights in the 1950s
32. Synonyms for Conceded in Free Thesaurus
33. This page will give you all the details, including AVG Goals Conceded for both home and away fixtures
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36. Who has the worst defence in the England Premier League? This page will give you all the details, including AVG Goals Conceded for both home and away …
37. Jacobson Conceded that Biden’s campaign promises of a more welcoming approach to immigration may have spurred the current surge at the border — …
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38. A spokesman for Warnock’s campaign confirmed that Loeffler had Conceded but declined to comment further
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39. David Perdue has Conceded the Georgia US Senate runoff race to Jon Ossoff, he announced Friday, making it official that Democrats …
40. Conceded and conceited are easily confused words
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verb (used with object), con·ced·ed, con·ced·ing. to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admit: He finally conceded that she was right. to acknowledge (an opponent's victory, score, etc.) before it is officially established: to concede an election before all the votes are counted.
Definition of concede. transitive verb. 1a(1) : to acknowledge grudgingly or hesitantly conceded that it might be a good idea. (2) : to relinquish grudgingly or hesitantly concede power. b : to accept as true, valid, or accurate The right of the state to tax is generally conceded.
To concede a point means to acknowledge another argument that is not your own. So, you are trying to persuade people to believe your argument, but there is another one that you agree with, so you concede a point and give credit to that other argument as well. 0.0. 0 votes.
Antonyms for concede. acknowledge, give in: reject, Disacknowledge, defend, hold, dispute, dissent, keep, refuse, disallow, disapprove, repudiate, deny, disagree, fight, contradict, win, veto.