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ac·qui·esce

 (ăk′wē-ĕs′)
intr.v. ac·qui·esced, ac·qui·esc·ing, ac·qui·esc·es
To consent or comply passively or without protest: "The newest protocols require that the subjects of research ... acquiesce to the ultimate objectives" (Steve Olson)."Socrates acquiesced in his own execution" (William H. Gass). See Synonyms at assent.

[Latin acquiēscere : ad-, ad- + quiēscere, to rest; see kweiə- in Indo-European roots.]

acquiesce

(ˌækwɪˈɛs)
vb
(intr; often foll by in or to) to comply (with); assent (to) without protest
[C17: from Latin acquiēscere to remain at rest, agree without protest, from ad- at + quiēscere to rest, from quiēs quiet]
ˌacquiˈescence n
ˌacquiˈescent adj
ˌacquiˈescently adv
Usage: The use of to after acquiesce was formerly regarded as incorrect, but is now acceptable

ac•qui•esce

(ˌæk wiˈɛs)

v.i. -esced, -esc•ing.
to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest (usu. fol. by in or to).
[1610–20; < Latin acquiēscere to rest, find comfort in =ac- ac- + quiēscere to rest, sleep; see quiescent]
ac`qui•esc′ing•ly, adv.

acquiesce


Past participle: acquiesced
Gerund: acquiescing

Imperative
acquiesce
acquiesce
Present
I acquiesce
you acquiesce
he/she/it acquiesces
we acquiesce
you acquiesce
they acquiesce
Preterite
I acquiesced
you acquiesced
he/she/it acquiesced
we acquiesced
you acquiesced
they acquiesced
Present Continuous
I am acquiescing
you are acquiescing
he/she/it is acquiescing
we are acquiescing
you are acquiescing
they are acquiescing
Present Perfect
I have acquiesced
you have acquiesced
he/she/it has acquiesced
we have acquiesced
you have acquiesced
they have acquiesced
Past Continuous
I was acquiescing
you were acquiescing
he/she/it was acquiescing
we were acquiescing
you were acquiescing
they were acquiescing
Past Perfect
I had acquiesced
you had acquiesced
he/she/it had acquiesced
we had acquiesced
you had acquiesced
they had acquiesced
Future
I will acquiesce
you will acquiesce
he/she/it will acquiesce
we will acquiesce
you will acquiesce
they will acquiesce
Future Perfect
I will have acquiesced
you will have acquiesced
he/she/it will have acquiesced
we will have acquiesced
you will have acquiesced
they will have acquiesced
Future Continuous
I will be acquiescing
you will be acquiescing
he/she/it will be acquiescing
we will be acquiescing
you will be acquiescing
they will be acquiescing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been acquiescing
you have been acquiescing
he/she/it has been acquiescing
we have been acquiescing
you have been acquiescing
they have been acquiescing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been acquiescing
you will have been acquiescing
he/she/it will have been acquiescing
we will have been acquiescing
you will have been acquiescing
they will have been acquiescing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been acquiescing
you had been acquiescing
he/she/it had been acquiescing
we had been acquiescing
you had been acquiescing
they had been acquiescing
Conditional
I would acquiesce
you would acquiesce
he/she/it would acquiesce
we would acquiesce
you would acquiesce
they would acquiesce
Past Conditional
I would have acquiesced
you would have acquiesced
he/she/it would have acquiesced
we would have acquiesced
you would have acquiesced
they would have acquiesced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.acquiesce - to agree or express agreementacquiesce - to agree or express agreement; "The Maestro assented to the request for an encore"
agree - consent or assent to a condition, or agree to do something; "She agreed to all my conditions"; "He agreed to leave her alone"
connive - encourage or assent to illegally or criminally

acquiesce

acquiesce

verb
To respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance:
Translations
يَقْبَل ، يُذْعِن لِ
souhlasitsvolit
føje sigindvillige
fallast á, láta undan
paklusnussutikimassutinkantis
piekrist
razı olmak

acquiesce

[ˌækwɪˈes] VI (= agree) → consentir (in en) → conformarse (in con) (unwillingly) → someterse, doblegarse

acquiesce

[ˌækwiˈɛs] vi (= agree) → acquiescer
to acquiesce in sth [+ decision, idea] → acquiescer à qch
to acquiesce to sth [+ demand, arrangement, request] → consentir à qch

acquiesce

vieinwilligen (→ in in +acc); (submissively) → sich fügen (→ in +dat)

acquiesce

[ˌækwɪˈɛs] vi (frm) (agree) to acquiesce (to)acconsentire (a)

acquiesce

(ӕkwiˈes) verb
to agree. After a lot of persuasion, he finally acquiesced.
acquiˈescence noun
acquiˈescent adjective