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- v. Present participle of concede.
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- adj. signifying a concession.
- n. the act of conceding or yielding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of conceding or yielding
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Was there any real danger in conceding that the afternoon was good, or that the time of day was in the afternoon or otherwise exchange pleasantries until the officer got around to revealing the reason for the stop?
Political parties have no interest in conceding to their opponents when they make a great point.
Clinton has fought a good fight, she need to understand now that the fight is between dem and rep, Obama is almost impossible to be overtaken now, if clinton's delay in conceding to him would damage the dem chances for the oval office and that would be a big dent on her legacy.
She herself LACKS the common decency and honor in conceding to the WINNER of the Democratic Party.
It's nice that still as defiant she is in conceding that you are so graceful towards her.
In point of fact, what I am conceding is my disappointment in discovering that Ayers does not appear to be familiar with even the most rudimentary theoretical perspectives found throughout Capitalists and Conquerors.
[Page 712] faith in conceding to him a Catholic funeral.
He hates the idea of conceding anything to his critics.
No chance of a title conceding goals at this rate.
Well this just show us that though Hillary claim she is so experienced; it is obvious she is not familiar with the term conceding to the winning candidate.