Translation of conceder in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [premio/beca] to give, award; [descuento/préstamo] to give, grant [formal]; [privilegio/favor] to grant los jueces concedieron el triunfo al irlandés the judges awarded victory to the Irishman, the judges pronounced the Irishman the winner abuchearon al árbitro por no conceder el penalty the referee was booed for not giving o/or awarding the penalty sin conceder un solo tanto without conceding a single point me concedieron permiso they gave me permission el honor que me concedieron the honor they conferred o/or bestowed on me nos concedió una entrevista she agreed to give us an interview o/or to being interviewed by us terminó por concederle la razón a su contrincante he ended up admitting o/or conceding that his opponent was right ¿me podría conceder unos minutos de su tiempo? could you spare me a few minutes of your time? 1.2 [importancia/valor] to give no le concedió demasiada importancia she did not give it too much importance o/or attach too much importance to it
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