Concede definition, to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admit: He finally
conceded that she was right. See more.
to give away (something) usually in an unwilling way. Source: Merriam-Webster's
Learner's Dictionary. Examples: concede in a sentence. Editor's note: Did You ...
concede. 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 ...
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.
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
DICTIONARY · THESAURUS · GRAMMAR · GRAMMAR ... [with clause] 'I had to
concede that I'd overreacted'. [with direct speech] ''All right then,' she conceded'.
Define concede and get synonyms. What is concede? concede meaning,
pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.
Joe conceded that Jan was right about how to fix the car. ... To yield or suffer; to
surrender; to grant; as, to concede the bet so as to not be in the running to win ...
NOT CONCEITED!!! conceDed!!!!!!!!!!! Conceited is vain smug arrogant. to
concede is to give up or admit defeat. geddit right.
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