con·ce·do[1]

  1. allow
  2. give up
  3. grant
  4. to concede
  5. withdraw
  6. yield

Synonyms for concedo

  • abducodetach, or take away, to lead, withdraw
  • abstuloto take away, withdraw
  • annuoapprove, consent, designate, favor, give assent to, grant, promise, to allow, to give assent, to nod
  • cedogo away, happen, proceed, to go, to grant, turn out, withdraw, yield
  • cessito grant, withdraw, yield
  • cessumto grant, withdraw, yield
  • deficiofail, to be in want, to run out, to to be wanting, weaken, withdraw
  • desperodespair, despair of, give up, to be without hope, to despair, to have no hope
  • egressiodepart, withdraw, withdrawal
  • exaudiogrant, hear favorably, hear plainly, to hearken to, to listen to

Similar to concedo

  • conceroconnect join, join in conflict, twine
  • condobuild, erect, establish, place, to store
  • concidocut down, cut up, destroy, fail, perish, sink, subside, to be ruined, to fall down
  • concordoto harmonize, unite
  • confidobe confident of, believe, have confidence in, rely upon, to trust confidently
  • confundoblend, confound, confounding, confuse, destroy, mix, to bring into disorder, to pour together, trouble
  • considosettle, to set down
  • contendocast, compete, contrast, hasten, maintain, shoot, strive, struggle, to assert, to compare, to contend
  • contradoor wholly, to deliver together
  • contundoto pound