(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.
to grant as a right or privilege; yield: to concede a longer vacation for all employees.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [CON·CED·ED, CON·CED·ING.]
to make concession
; yield to pressure or circumstances; admit defeat: She was so persistent that I conceded at last. My favorite candidate conceded before the polls were even closed!
to say that you accept or do not deny the truth or existence of (something) : to
admit (something) usually in an unwilling way. : to admit that you have been ...
v. con·ced·ed, con·ced·ing, con·cedes. v.tr. 1. To acknowledge, often reluctantly,
as being true, just, or proper; admit: conceded that we made a mistake.
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
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4 days ago ... concede definition, meaning, what is concede: to admit, often unwillingly, that
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The definition of concede means to acknowledge or admit. An example of
concede is a political candidate giving a speech saying they've lost to their