Significado de “cede” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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cede en inglés americano

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cedeverb [ T ]

us /sid/ fml

to give control or possession of something, esp. land to someone else, often unwillingly or because forced to do so:

New Orleans was ceded to Spain in 1763.

(Definición de cede del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cede en inglés de negocios

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cedeverb [ T ]

uk /siːd/ us formal

to give something such as control, power, or a right to someone else, especially unwillingly:

She says that she is finally learning to delegate, though she's still reluctant to cede control.
cede sth to sb The United States has already ceded its dominance of mass production manufacturing to low-wage countries.

(Definición de cede del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)