concede
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concede(
kuhn
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sid
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to admit)
a. reconocer
I have to concede that your argument is convincing, but I still disagree.Tengo que reconocer que tu argumento es convincente, pero todavía no estoy de acuerdo.
b. admitir
A mature person can concede that they made a mistake.Una persona madura puede admitir que cometió un error.
2. (to surrender)
a. conceder
The citizens don't want to concede their rights because liberty is very important to them.Los ciudadanos no quieren conceder sus derechos porque la libertad es muy importante para ellos.
3. (sport)
a. conceder
The team conceded a goal in the first half.El equipo concedió un gol en el primer tiempo.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to admit defeat)
a. ceder
We are not going to concede. We are going to keep fighting.No vamos a ceder. Vamos a seguir luchando.
b. darse por vencido
The losing player conceded and congratulated his opponent.El jugador perdedor se dio por vencido y felicitó a su oponente.
c. admitir la derrota
The candidate conceded when it became clear that he couldn't win.El candidato admitió la derrota cuando quedó claro que no podía ganar.
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concede
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (admit)
a. reconocer, admitir
to concede defeatadmitir la derrota
she was forced to concede that he was rightse vio obligada a reconocer que él tenia razón
2. (grant, allow)
a. conceder
3. (sport)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
to concede a goalencajar un gol
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (general)
a. ceder
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concede [kənˈsiːd]
transitive verb
[+point, argument] reconocer; conceder; [+game, territory] ceder
to concede that admitir que; to concede defeat darse por vencido
intransitive verb
ceder; darse por vencido
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concede he/she gives
The word concede is the present form of conceder in the third person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation. See the full conceder conjugation.
conceder
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conceder(
kohn
-
seh
-
dehr
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to bestow)
a. to give
El rey le concedió a mi familia el derecho de cultivar estas tierras.The king gave my family the right to farm these lands.
El profesor me ha concedido otra semana para terminar de escribir el ensayo.The teacher has given me another week to finish writing the essay.
b. to grant
Me concedieron una beca para irme a una universidad canadiense.I was granted a scholarship to attend a Canadian university.
c. to award (a prize)
Al actor le concedieron un premio de reconocimiento a su trayectoria durante la gala.The actor was awarded a lifetime achievement award during the gala.
2. (to acknowledge)
a. to admit
Está bien, concedo que intentar correr un maratón sin entrenarme fue mala idea.Fine, I admit that trying to run a marathon without training was a bad idea.
b. to concede
Mi novia concedió que fue su culpa el que no hayamos llegado al restaurante a tiempo.Mi girlfriend conceded that it was her fault that we did not arrive to the restaurant in time.
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conceder
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (dar)
a. to grant
2. (premio)
a. to award
3. (importancia)
a. to give
me concedió un deseohe granted me a wish
le concedí el beneficio de la dudaI gave him the benefit of the doubt
no concede entrevistasshe doesn't give interviews
¿me concede cinco minutos?could you give o spare me five minutes?
4. (asentir)
a. to admit, to concede
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conceder
transitive verb
1 (dar) [+beca, premio] to award; grant; [+crédito, permiso, deseo, entrevista] to grant
su mujer no quería concederle el divorcio his wife didn't want to grant o give him a divorce; el juez les concedió el divorcio the judge granted them a divorce
en 1990 se le concedió la libertad a eso no hay que concederle demasiada importancia no concede ningún valor al dinero
solo concedió unos minutos para unas preguntas he only allowed a few minutes for some questions; el árbitro les concedió el gol the referee awarded them the goal
al final tuve que concederle la razón
le concedieron el honor de presidir el congreso they conferred on him the honour of presiding over the conference; ¿me concede el honor de este baile? may I have the pleasure of this dance?
me han concedido una beca de investigación le concedieron una beca de 600.000 pesetas le concedieron el premio al mejor fotógrafo del año ningún banco quiso concederle el crédito en ningún momento Banesto ha concedido créditos a clientes con garantía de acciones Banesto este banco concedió un crédito de 13.111 millones a Prensa Regional se concederá la autorización para un proyecto están dispuestos a conceder una tregua navideña no concedió niguna entrevista a la prensa el gol que concedía la victoria al Barcelona los sondeos le conceden una amplia victoria al PP
2 (admitir) to concede; admit
concedo que el error fue mío I concede o admit it was my mistake
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