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conceded

[ kuhn-see-did ]
/ kənˈsi dɪd /
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adjective
allowed or admitted as true, proper, just, etc.:A professional liar, when cornered, will strategically acknowledge a point without giving up the debate; those conceded points should form the basis of your response.
acknowledged without or before being officially confirmed:That argument did not set a legal precedent, because it was a conceded point and not a legally established one.In golf, a conceded putt is one your opponent gives you, without you completing the shot.
granted or yielded in a negotiation:Later that year, the oil company returned with security guards to install its equipment on the conceded territory.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conceded

con·ced·ed·ly, adverbun·con·ced·ed, adjectivewell-con·ced·ed, adjective
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