- n. 让步；特许权；租界；妥协
- [U]承认,允许 conceding
- [C]妥协,让步 thing granted or yielded, especially after discussion, an argument, etc.
- [C]特许权 right given or sold to sb by the owner of sth, allowing him to use or operate it
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business;
"he got the beer concession at the ball park"
the act of conceding or yielding
a point conceded or yielded;
"they won all the concessions they asked for"
- I hope you can make some concession.
- I must make a concession to him.
- They interpreted her silence as concession.
- He has an ice-cream concession in the subway station.
- The newspaper office was receiving terrorist letters and warnings from the Concession authorities over its radical views.
- I remember one evening, while walking in the French Concession we stumbled upon a small, local bank.
- I am prepared to make some concession on minor details, but I cannot compromise on fundamentals.
- Each concession we make is accompanied by an inner diminution of which we are not immediately conscious.
- There is a call for the concession of certain rights.
- They made concessions to the workers in negotiations.
- The government gave them a concession to sell food in the town hall.
- heavy concession 重大的让步
- sell sth at remarkable concessions 以优惠价出售某物
The Right whereby the Kings did rule, was founded in the very concession of the People.出自： Hobbes
Jim's concession to the evening was to wash his sweater.出自： E. Langley