ยอม, โอนอ่อน, บรรลุ, เอออวย, ยอมจำนน, เห็นพ้อง, ยอมตาม
Verb(1) yield to another's wish or opinion(2) take on duties or office(3) to agree or express agreement
(1) The housing authority has, however, a discretion to accede to the request.(2) the authorities did not accede to the strikers' demands(3) Most people accede to the request for the interview to be tape-recorded, though it is not uncommon for a small number to refuse.(4) We don't want that to happen this time, and we are hoping that the other parties would accede to our request for an early start and see how best it can be settled.(5) Keith said that although the United States does not have an extradition treaty with Afghanistan, the Northern Alliance was expected to accede to a request by the coalition to hand him over to U.S. authorities who want to question him.(6) However this leaves physicians in a difficult situation, since if they accede to a request from a patient to cease routine treatment, or to help her to die, they may very well under present laws, be charged with manslaughter.(7) Today the WTO has 144 member countries, with at least 30 more planning to accede .(8) It is also this that has allowed us to accede to the request to accept President Aristide on to our shores.(9) And the noises coming from Dublin suggest that - given a new UN amendment - we might accede to a request for a contingent of Irish troops to be part of this international force.(10) I could see no justification for Congress to accede to this extraordinary request for additional authority.(11) Just what I wanted to hear after a frustrating on-again, off-again few weeks before his last-minute decision to accede to our request for an interview.(12) And it's not as if every pub will apply for a 24 hr license - there's not the demand, let alone the desire of the local council to accede to the request.(13) Lloyd George's People's Budget of 1909 precipitated a constitutional crisis that was resolved only when the House of Lords realised it had to accede to the demands of a modern democracy.(14) The courts have upheld the rights of companies to refuse to accede to the requests of health authorities to fluoridate water.(15) There is also a possibility that Australia and New Zealand could be included, though it depends on the two countries agreeing to accede to ASEAN's nonaggression pact, known as the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.(16) When we refused to accede to these demands, they eventually said they'd supply the beers anyway, but later reneged on the deal, stating that they already had an exclusive contract with Melrose.
(1) accede to :: ยอมทำตาม
1. agree to ::
2. succeed to ::
3. join ::
4. acquiesce ::
5. enter ::
6. give in ::
1. dissent ::
Different Formsaccede, acceded, accedes, acceding
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