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Translation of "concession" - English-Turkish dictionary

concession

noun     /kənˈseʃən/
AGREEMENT [C, U]
something that you agree to do or give to someone in order to end an argument ödün, taviz, feragat Both sides will have to make concessions.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
BUSINESS [C]
a special right to use buildings or land or to sell a product in a particular area, or the place where that business takes place bir arazi/bina alıp satmada/kullanmada hak, imtiyaz, işletme hakkı a concession to develop oil fields in the northBusiness and commerce - general words
LOW PRICE [C] UK
a reduction in the price of a ticket for a particular group of people such as students, people without a job, or old people özel indirim Value and price decreases
(Definition of concession from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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