cede  

  • Pronunciation of cede: S IY1 D (sid)

  • Number of syllables of cede: 1

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  • Definition of cede

    • (v): relinquish possession or control over; "The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"  
    • (v): give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another  
  • Examples of cede

    • Etymology. cede and compare accede etc.  
    • They never agreed to cede any of their land.  
    • I'll cede that particular project to you...  
    • That is one that I will not cede.  
    • The government of Czechoslovakia agreed to cede the territory.  
    • As the new kid here I will gladly cede the point if that's the consensus.  
    • I will gladly cede you this point.  
    • Cession, or to cede, is the assignment of property to another entity.  
    • In cases like this I cede the field.  
    • The Austrians were reluctant to cede the designated territories.  

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