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cede

 (sēd)
tr.v. ced·ed, ced·ing, cedes
1. To surrender possession of, especially by treaty. See Synonyms at relinquish.
2. To yield; grant: The debater refused to cede the point to her opponent.

[French céder, from Old French, from Latin cēdere; see ked- in Indo-European roots.]

cede

(siːd)
vb
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (when: intr, often foll by to) to transfer, make over, or surrender (something, esp territory or legal rights): the lands were ceded by treaty.
2. (tr) to allow or concede (a point in an argument, etc)
[C17: from Latin cēdere to yield, give way]
ˈceder n

cede

(sid)

v.t. ced•ed, ced•ing.
1. to yield or formally surrender to another: to cede territory.
2. to grant or transfer, as by a will.
[1625–35; < Latin cēdere to go, yield]
ced′er, n.
cease, cede - Cease and cede come from Latin cedere, "go away, withdraw."
See also related terms for withdraw.

cede


Past participle: ceded
Gerund: ceding

Imperative
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Present
I cede
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we cede
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Preterite
I ceded
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we ceded
you ceded
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Present Continuous
I am ceding
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he/she/it is ceding
we are ceding
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Present Perfect
I have ceded
you have ceded
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we have ceded
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Past Continuous
I was ceding
you were ceding
he/she/it was ceding
we were ceding
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Past Perfect
I had ceded
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he/she/it had ceded
we had ceded
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Future
I will cede
you will cede
he/she/it will cede
we will cede
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Future Perfect
I will have ceded
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Future Continuous
I will be ceding
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ceding
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ceding
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ceding
you had been ceding
he/she/it had been ceding
we had been ceding
you had been ceding
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Conditional
I would cede
you would cede
he/she/it would cede
we would cede
you would cede
they would cede
Past Conditional
I would have ceded
you would have ceded
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we would have ceded
you would have ceded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cede - give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
give - transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody; "I gave her my money"; "can you give me lessons?"; "She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care"
2.cede - relinquish possession or control over; "The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"
gift, present, give - give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"
yield up - surrender, as a result of pressure or force
sell - give up for a price or reward; "She sold her principles for a successful career"
sign away, sign over - formally assign ownership of; "She signed away her rights"

cede

verb surrender, grant, transfer, abandon, yield, concede, hand over, relinquish, renounce, make over, abdicate The General had promised to cede power by January.

cede

verb
1. To give up a possession, claim, or right:
2. To let (something) go:
3. To change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document:
Translations

cede

[siːd] VT [+ territory] → ceder (to a) [+ argument] → reconocer, admitir

cede

[ˈsiːd] vt [+ land] → céder

cede

vt territoryabtreten (→ to an +acc); to cede a point in an argumentin einem Punkt or in einer Sache nachgeben

cede

[siːd] vt (territory) → cedere; (argument) → cedere su
References in classic literature ?
Nothing is more certain than the indispensable necessity of government, and it is equally undeniable, that whenever and however it is instituted, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite powers.
In this part of the field there passed slowly the intense moments that pre- cede the tempest.
Either cede your daughter to my disposal, or take her wholly to your own surprizing discretion, and then I here, before Mr Supple, evacuate the garrison, and renounce you and your family for ever.
Its discontent about the settlement after World War I eventually led it into an alliance with Nazi Germany during World War II when it temporarily reoccupied most of the Bulgarian-populated territories it had been forced to cede earlier.
The central bank is said to be planning to cede its 4.
Haass also mentions climate change as a global issue and a reason for states to cede sovereignty.
Instead, the FLP's donors should retain enough assets to live on and should cede control of the assets by naming a spouse, heir or independent trustee as general partner.
I don't believe firmly that any diocesan bishop would have the ability to cede jurisdiction.