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“acquiesce” in British English

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acquiesceverb [ I ]

uk /ˌæk.wiˈes/ us /ˌæk.wiˈes/ formal

to accept or agree to something, often unwillingly:

Reluctantly, he acquiesced to/in the plans.

(Definition of “acquiesce” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“acquiesce” in American English

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acquiesceverb [ I ]

us /ˌæk·wiˈes/

to accept or agree to something, often without really wanting to:

The bank acquiesced to an extension of the loan.
acquiescence
noun [ U ] us /ˌæk·wiˈes·əns/

His acquiescence in these policies has made it possible for him to increase his support among some voters.

(Definition of “acquiesce” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)