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Cede definition, to yield or formally surrender to another: to cede territory. See more.

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formal : to give control of (something) to another person, group, government, etc. See the full definition for cede in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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To cede is to give up or surrender land, position, or authority. "She reluctantly ceded the coveted position as the baby of the family to her brother when he was ...

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cede meaning: 1. to allow someone else to have or own something, especially unwillingly or because you are forced to do so: 2. to give control or possession of  ...

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Definition of cede - give up (power or territory) ... 'in 1874, the islands were ceded to Britain'. More example sentences. 'No wars were fought and no territory was ...

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Cede definition: If someone in a position of authority cedes land or power to someone else, they let them... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Define cede (verb) and get synonyms. What is cede (verb)? cede (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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cede (sēd),USA pronunciation v.t., ced•ed, ced•ing. Governmentto yield or formally surrender to another:to cede territory. ced′er, n. Latin cēdere to go, yield ...

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