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Definition of "conceding" []

  • Present participle of concede. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "conceding" in a sentence
  • "Was there any real danger in conceding that the afternoon was good, or that the time of day was in the afternoon or otherwise exchange pleasantries until the officer got around to revealing the reason for the stop?"
  • "Political parties have no interest in conceding to their opponents when they make a great point."
  • "Clinton has fought a good fight, she need to understand now that the fight is between dem and rep, Obama is almost impossible to be overtaken now, if clinton's delay in conceding to him would damage the dem chances for the oval office and that would be a big dent on her legacy."