concede

All Verb
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  • He concedes she was right about him being ready to run away.
  • France finished the stage winning all of its matches and conceding no goals.
  • Despite their attempts to save their relationship, both concede that they cannot work.
  • He concedes to the marriage, even though neither he nor his mother have met her.
  • The team also ended the campaign having scored the most goals and conceded the least.
  • They set a unique record by winning the competition without conceding a goal.
  • They were also the team who conceded the least goals in the tournament.
  • She was forced to concede that writing would and could be her only work in life.
  • Meeting face to face, each concedes to the other the problems of his personal life.
  • He appeared only in two league matches in his two seasons with the club, conceding four goals.
  • Next his right arm is cut off, but the knight still does not concede.
  • He nevertheless conceded that it was the best he could hope for under the circumstances.
  • It is impossible for a team to concede an own goal worth six points.
  • But what did he concede in order to receive this support?
  • He conceded one goal in his other six international matches.
  • Stephen was ready to concede a point, if he could get his wish in another way. Cited from The Golden Silence, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • The season also saw him set the club record for the longest run without conceding a goal.
  • He could not concede small points for the sake of a great result. Cited from Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 2, by Boutwell
  • London then took the lead; however, they later conceded a free.
  • They had conceded just three goals in those five games.
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Meaning of concede

  • verb Admit (to a wrongdoing)
    She confessed that she had taken the money
  • verb Be willing to concede
    I grant you this much
  • verb Give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
  • verb Acknowledge defeat
    The candidate conceded after enough votes had come in to show that he would lose