1. Vendre. Céder un bien.
3. Laisser. Céder un siège.
4. (Intrans.) Reculer.
5. (Intrans.) S'incliner. Il a cédé devant les pressions.
6. (Intrans.) Rompre. Une digue qui cède.
1. To retreat or withdraw from a promise, engagement, or contest; to recede.
2. When one side in a disagreement stops making threats and lets the other have what it wants or do what it wants, the side that stops making threats backs down.
To yield or surrender.
To lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime; SYN. give up, throw overboard, render, waive, forgo.
1. Retreat; to yield the right of way
2. To yield oneself without restraint or control
3. To yield to or as if to physical stress; to yield to entreaty or insistence
4. To yield place
5. To begin to row
6. To end resistance, esp. under pressure or force; SYN. yield.
1. To deliver or hand down (said of a verdict), by a jury; SYN. deliver, return.
2. To cause to become
3. To give back; SYN. return.
4. To give or supply; SYN. yield, return, give, generate.
5. To present formally; SYN. submit.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: sold).
1. To be responsible for the sale of.
2. To exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent.
3. To give up for a price or reward.
4. To persuade somebody to accept something.
5. To be sold at a certain price or in a certain way.
6. To be approved of or gain acceptance.
To be fatally overwhelmed; SYN. yield.
1. To bring in; as of investments; SYN. pay, bear.
2. To cease opposition; stop fighting.
3. To consent reluctantly; SYN. give in, succumb, knuckle under, buckle under.
4. To give in, as to influence or pressure; SYN. relent, soften.
5. To be the cause or source of; SYN. give, afford.