- n.（尤指由政府或雇主给予的）特许权( concession的名词复数 ); 承认; 减价; （在某地的）特许经营权;
The King made major concessions to end the confrontation with his people.
Open daily; admission £1.10 with concessions for children and OAPs.
The concessions did little to placate the students.
We finally negotiated them into making concessions.
I am prepared to make certain concessions.
We can force concessions out of him.
The financial concessions granted to British Aerospace were, he said, of a precarious character.
It is unwise of them to advertise their willingness to make concessions at the negotiations.
The Washington rumour mill suggests that the president secured his narrow majority only by promising all sorts of concessions.
Reciprocity includes more than gifts and favors; it also applies to concessions that people make to one another.
The Don will make concessions in other areas to square things.
Mchillicuddy pushed his colleagues to accept our package of concessions.
We have never made concessions without getting concessions in return.
There was less to these " concessions " than met the eye.
实际上的 “ 让步 ” 要比所看到的内容少.
The matter was settled because they made mutual concessions.