Accedence - definition of accedence by The Free Dictionary
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To give one's consent, often at the insistence of another: accede to a demand.
See Synonyms at assent
2. To arrive at or come into an office or dignity: accede to the throne.
3. To become a party to an agreement or treaty.
[Middle English acceden
, to come near
, from Latin accēdere
, to go near
, to go
; see ked-
in Indo-European roots
ac·ced′ence (-sēd′ns) n.
References in periodicals archive
And consumer preference, in many if not most cases, depends on our accedence
to social influences and how we choose to conform to those influences, or be a non-conformist.
- The outcome of Georgias accedence
to the Energy Community and its plans to reform its market in alignment and compliance with EnCs acquis is Georgias long-term plan of approaching and eventually participating within the EUs Internal (electricity) Market.
The article published by Aravot says that the foreign-policy prototype of Armenia was seriously violated within three months of Nikol Pashinyan's accedence