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acquiesce

US [ˌækwiˈes]
UK [.ækwi'es]
  • v.默认;默许;默然接受;顺从
  • Web勉强同意;默从;默然同意
Simple Present:acquiesces  Present Participle:acquiescing  Past Tense:acquiesced  
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1.
[i]
~ (in/to sth)
默然接受;默认;默许;顺从to accept sth without arguing, even if you do not really agree with it
Senior government figures must have acquiesced in the cover-up.
政府高级官员必然已经默许掩盖真相。

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