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    • Join Date: Aug 2009
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    #1

    concession

    hi,

    is it correct to use "concede" in the following sentences " i conceded the crime" and "i conceded stealing the money"?

    which one makes more sense " employer made a concession to the workers" or " employer give a concession to the workers"

    thanks


    • Join Date: Jul 2006
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    Re: concession

    Quote Originally Posted by learner110 View Post
    hi,

    is it correct to use "concede" in the following sentences

    " i conceded the crime" -- it means you gave your consent reluctantly to the crime
    " i conceded stealing the money.
    I conceded that I stole the money.
    I confessed to/admitted having stolen the moolah.

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