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concede

US [kənˈsid]
UK [kənˈsiːd]
  • v.让步;允许;承认(某事属实、合乎逻辑等);承认(比赛、选举等失败)
  • Web认输;让与;承认失败
Simple Present:concedes  Present Participle:conceding  Past Tense:conceded  
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v.
1.
[t]
承认(某事属实、合乎逻辑等)to admit that sth is true, logical, etc.
‘Not bad,’ she conceded grudgingly.
“不错。”她勉强承认道。
He was forced to concede (that) there might be difficulties.
他被迫承认可能会有困难。
I had to concede the logic of this.
我得承认这件事情有它的逻辑。
He reluctantly conceded the point to me.
他不情愿地向我承认了这一点。
He reluctantly conceded me the point.
他不情愿地向我承认了这一点。
It must be conceded that different judges have different approaches to these cases.
必须承认不同的法官会采用不同的方法来判定这些案件。
2.
[t]
(尤指勉强地)让与,让步;允许to give sth away, especially unwillingly; to allow sb to have sth
The President was obliged to concede power to the army.
总统被迫把权力让给军队。
England conceded a goal immediately after half-time.
英格兰队在下半场一开始就被攻入一球。
Women were only conceded full voting rights in the 1950s.
妇女在 20 世纪 50 年代才被容许完全享有选举权。
3.
[i][t]
~ (defeat)
承认(比赛、选举等失败)to admit that you have lost a game, an election, etc.
After losing this decisive battle, the general was forced to concede.
输掉了这场决定性的战役后,那位将军不得不承认失败。
Injury forced Hicks to concede defeat.
受伤后,希克斯被迫认输。

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