To yield or suffer; to surrender; to grant; as, to concede the point in question. (verb)
To grant, as a right or privilege; to make concession of. (verb)
To admit to be true; to acknowledge. (verb)
To yield or make concession. (verb)
To have a goal or point scored against (verb)
(of a bowler) to have runs scored off of one's bowling. (verb)
Examples of word concede
In some ways, this would be worse for conservatives — unless Congress was also willing to repeal very popular regulations (which even conservatives concede is a non-starter), the result will be the bankruptcy of insurance companies and a paved road to socialized insurance.
David Hollander, also at South Florida, found some of the first plumes of the oil beneath the surface, something that government officials first disputed but now concede is real.
I think the paradox claim you concede is unnecessary.
And barring an independent run by Mr. Bloomberg (which even his most optimistic Wall Street supporters concede is a long shot), the big bankers are planning once again to return to Mr. Obama's side for 2012.
I just always recommend it to those who think she can only play Rachel ... whiiiiiiiiiiiich I concede is kinda true.