[ ak-seed ]
/ ækˈsid /
verb (used without object), ac·ced·ed, ac·ced·ing.
to give consent, approval, or adherence; agree; assent; to accede to a request; to accede to the terms of a contract.
to attain or assume an office, title, or dignity; succeed (usually followed by to): to accede to the throne.
International Law. to become a party to an agreement, treaty, or the like, by way of accession.
Origin of accede
ac·ced·ence, nounac·ced·er, nounnon·ac·ced·ence, nounnon·ac·ced·ing, adjective
re·ac·cede, verb (used without object), re·ac·ced·ed, re·ac·ced·ing.un·ac·ced·ing, adjective
1. See agree.
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Examples from the Web for accedence
Memorandum:—he struck-out above halfe of the accedence, and wrote new instead.Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2)|John Aubrey
British Dictionary definitions for accedence
/ (ækˈsiːd) /
verb (intr usually foll by to)
to assent or give one's consent; agree
to enter upon or attain (to an office, right, etc)the prince acceded to the throne
international law to become a party (to an agreement between nations, etc), as by signing a treaty
Derived Formsaccedence, nounacceder, noun
Word Origin for accede
C15: from Latin accēdere to approach, agree, from ad- to + cēdere to go, yield
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