- vt. 承认；给予；让步；认输
- vi. 让步
- 承认（失败）， 勉强承认
- vt. & vi. 承认 admit
- vt. 出让,容许 grant; allow
admit (to a wrongdoing);
"She confessed that she had taken the money"
be willing to concede;
"I grant you this much"
give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
"The candidate conceded after enough votes had come in to show that he would lose"
- I concede that you are right.
- You must concede that I have tried my best.
- The defeated side had to concede some of their territory to the enemy.
- You concede nothing to me and I have to concede everything to you.
- The government was forced to concede defeat .
- Mike had to concede when he confronted his parents
- concede one's attention 集中注意力
- concede one's efforts 把某人的努力集中于某事上
- concede one's energies on 集中精力
- concede one's mind 专心
- concede rays of light 聚光
- concede right to sb 把权利让给某人
- concede some of their land 割让土地给敌人
- concede soup 煮汤
- concede one's thoughts 集中思想
- concede apologetically 容许别人表示歉意
- concede completely 完全遵从
- concede finally 最终承认
- concede frankly 坦白承认
- concede freely 从容承认
- concede generally 普遍承认
- concede gently 老实承认
- concede tactfully 机智地承认
- concede tamely 顺从地承认
The law itself was not conceded to have been unjust.出自： J. Gilbert
Conceding, for a moment, that there is any analogy between a bee and a man.出自： Dickens
Her claim to figure was questioned, but she was conceded presence.出自： H. James
If you'll concede the necessity of going to school.出自： Harper Lee
Government and industry will have to concede that workers have a part to play in the management of the economy.出自： T. Benn