verb (used with object), con·ced·ed, con·ced·ing.
verb (used without object), con·ced·ed, con·ced·ing.
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Origin of concede
OTHER WORDS FROM concedecon·ced·er, nouncon·ces·si·ble [kuhn-ses-uh-buhl], /kənˈsɛs ə bəl/, adjectivepre·con·cede, verb (used with object), pre·con·ced·ed, pre·con·ced·ing.un·con·ced·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for concede
Networks analyze the data and call the race, the losing candidate concedes, and a winner declares victory.
It concedes, however, that ballot appearance is “constrained by legislation, technology, history, custom, cost and other factors” in the different districts.
Tackle the biggest ones head-on, and if necessary, concede that something really big would need to change for your proposal to work.How to pitch and write an opinion piece for MIT Technology Review|Amy Nordrum|October 15, 2020|MIT Technology Review
One may assume that the marginalized Nigerian same-sex community and its allies have conceded to the widespread societal ostracization.How Young, Queer Nigerians Use Twitter To Shape Identity And Fight Homophobia|LGBTQ-Editor|October 14, 2020|No Straight News
Many now seem to concede that Obama’s ambitious direct-to-Mars plan was inadequately prepared or funded.We need to shield the US space program from election cycle chaos|Neel Patel|October 5, 2020|MIT Technology Review