Concede in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Concede

to admit something is true or to admit defeat in a contest

Examples of Concede in a sentence

Since he was trailing behind, the politician decided to concede the election to his opponent. 🔊

Do you think the losing team will throw in the towel and concede the game soon?  🔊

After John beat me at chess five times, I had to concede he was the better player. 🔊

The police will concede to the kidnapper’s demands if the hostages are released.  🔊

I will concede that I was wrong to break the speed limit.  🔊

Although Elaine believed she should have won the contest, she had to concede with the judges’ decision when they chose someone else as the winner.  🔊

As my teacher stared at me, I had to concede I had not studied for the exam.  🔊

When questioned by the lawyer, the scared defendant decided to concede he was not telling the truth about his alibi.  🔊

Even though I hate to concede with you, I have to admit this trip is going much better than I expected.  🔊

This arbitration will never end if one party does not concede with the other.  🔊

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