conceder


conceder
v.
1 to grant.
me concedió un deseo he granted me a wish
le concedí el beneficio de la duda I gave him the benefit of the doubt
no concede entrevistas she doesn't give interviews
¿me concede cinco minutos? could you give o spare me five minutes?
2 to admit, to concede.
3 to give.
4 to allow to.
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conceder
verbo transitivo
1 (otorgar) to grant, concede; (premio) to award
le concedieron el primer premio he was awarded the first prize
2 (atribuir) to give, attach
no le concedí importancia a aquel asunto I didn't attach importance to that affair
3 (oportunidad, tiempo) to give
4 (admitir) to concede, admit
le concedo que no tengo razón I admit I'm not right
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verb
1) to award, grant
2) concede, admit
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VT
1) (=dar) [+ beca, premio] to award, grant; [+ crédito, permiso, deseo, entrevista] to grant

su mujer no quería concederle el divorcio — his wife didn't want to grant o give him a divorce

el juez les concedió el divorcio — the judge granted them a divorce

solo concedió unos minutos para unas preguntas — he only allowed a few minutes for some questions

el árbitro les concedió el gol — the referee awarded them the goal

le concedieron el honor de presidir el congreso — they conferred on him the honour of presiding over the conference

¿me concede el honor de este baile? — may I have the pleasure of this dance?

2) frm (=admitir) to concede, admit

concedo que el error fue mío — I concede o admit it was my mistake

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verbo transitivo
1)
a) <premio/beca> to give, award; <descuento/préstamo> to give, grant (frml); <privilegio/favor/permiso> to grant

concedieron el triunfo al irlandés — they awarded victory to the Irishman

sin conceder un solo tanto — without conceding a single point

el honor que me concedieron — the honor they conferred o bestowed on me

nos concedió una entrevista — she agreed to give us an interview

¿me podría conceder unos minutos? — could you spare me a few minutes?

b) <importancia/valor> to give
2) (admitir, reconocer) to admit, acknowledge, concede
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= award, confer (on/upon), grant, vest, cede, bestow, dispense.
Ex. In recognition of his impact on cataloging, in 1974 he was awarded the Margaret Mann Citation and, in 1978, the Melvil Dewey Medal.
Ex. Lastly, he was the 1971 recipient of the Melvil Dewey Medal, which was conferred upon him for creative professional achievement of a high order.
Ex. In the majority of cases, the indexer is granted considerable freedom of choice as to the citation order he adopts in the construction of compound class numbers.
Ex. This responsibility is vested in the Central Classification Committees of the member countries.
Ex. We see this most clearly in the United Kingdom right now, as the Westminster government cedes authority both to the European Union and to a new parliament in Scotland.
Ex. God offers penitents redemption but also bestows His 'common grace' on all.
Ex. This paper describes the role of the federal government in dispensing aid to public libraries as part of the combat against the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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* conceder aumento salarial = award + salary increase.
* conceder beca = grant + scholarship.
* conceder cierta autoridad sobre = give + Nombre + a say in.
* conceder comisión de servicios = second.
* conceder diploma = grant + diploma.
* conceder el derecho al voto = enfranchise.
* conceder el honor = accord + honour.
* conceder en franquicia = franchise.
* conceder facultades = endow with + powers.
* conceder importancia = accord + significance level, attach + importance, place + importance.
* conceder licencia = grant + license.
* conceder licencia de comercialización = license [licence, -USA].
* conceder mucha importancia a = lay + great store on.
* conceder permiso = give + permission, grant + permission, grant + Alguien + leave.
* conceder poderes = give + powers.
* conceder potestad = confer + mandate.
* conceder una licencia = issue + licence.
* conceder una oportunidad = grant + opportunity.
* conceder una petición = grant + request.
* conceder un contrato = award + contract.
* conceder un favor = bestow + favour.
* conceder un premio = give + an award, grant + an award.
* conceder un préstamo = grant + loan.
* conceder un título = bestow + title.
* privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
* que concede becas = grant-making.
* que concede subsidios = grant-making.
* que se concede en función de las necesidades económicas = means-tested.
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verbo transitivo
1)
a) <premio/beca> to give, award; <descuento/préstamo> to give, grant (frml); <privilegio/favor/permiso> to grant

concedieron el triunfo al irlandés — they awarded victory to the Irishman

sin conceder un solo tanto — without conceding a single point

el honor que me concedieron — the honor they conferred o bestowed on me

nos concedió una entrevista — she agreed to give us an interview

¿me podría conceder unos minutos? — could you spare me a few minutes?

b) <importancia/valor> to give
2) (admitir, reconocer) to admit, acknowledge, concede
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= award, confer (on/upon), grant, vest, cede, bestow, dispense.

Ex: In recognition of his impact on cataloging, in 1974 he was awarded the Margaret Mann Citation and, in 1978, the Melvil Dewey Medal.

Ex: Lastly, he was the 1971 recipient of the Melvil Dewey Medal, which was conferred upon him for creative professional achievement of a high order.
Ex: In the majority of cases, the indexer is granted considerable freedom of choice as to the citation order he adopts in the construction of compound class numbers.
Ex: This responsibility is vested in the Central Classification Committees of the member countries.
Ex: We see this most clearly in the United Kingdom right now, as the Westminster government cedes authority both to the European Union and to a new parliament in Scotland.
Ex: God offers penitents redemption but also bestows His 'common grace' on all.
Ex: This paper describes the role of the federal government in dispensing aid to public libraries as part of the combat against the Great Depression of the 1930s.
* conceder aumento salarial = award + salary increase.
* conceder beca = grant + scholarship.
* conceder cierta autoridad sobre = give + Nombre + a say in.
* conceder comisión de servicios = second.
* conceder diploma = grant + diploma.
* conceder el derecho al voto = enfranchise.
* conceder el honor = accord + honour.
* conceder en franquicia = franchise.
* conceder facultades = endow with + powers.
* conceder importancia = accord + significance level, attach + importance, place + importance.
* conceder licencia = grant + license.
* conceder licencia de comercialización = license [licence, -USA].
* conceder mucha importancia a = lay + great store on.
* conceder permiso = give + permission, grant + permission, grant + Alguien + leave.
* conceder poderes = give + powers.
* conceder potestad = confer + mandate.
* conceder una licencia = issue + licence.
* conceder una oportunidad = grant + opportunity.
* conceder una petición = grant + request.
* conceder un contrato = award + contract.
* conceder un favor = bestow + favour.
* conceder un premio = give + an award, grant + an award.
* conceder un préstamo = grant + loan.
* conceder un título = bestow + title.
* privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
* que concede becas = grant-making.
* que concede subsidios = grant-making.
* que se concede en función de las necesidades económicas = means-tested.

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conceder [E1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹premio/beca› to give, award; ‹descuento/préstamo› to give, grant (frml); ‹privilegio/favor› to grant
los jueces concedieron el triunfo al irlandés the judges awarded victory to the Irishman, the judges pronounced the Irishman the winner
abuchearon al árbitro por no conceder el penalty the referee was booed for not giving o awarding the penalty
sin conceder un solo tanto without conceding a single point
me concedieron permiso they gave me permission
el honor que me concedieron the honor they conferred o bestowed on me
nos concedió una entrevista she agreed to give us an interview o to being interviewed by us
terminó por concederle la razón a su contrincante he ended up admitting o conceding that his opponent was right
¿me podría conceder unos minutos de su tiempo? could you spare me a few minutes of your time?
2 ‹importancia/valor› to give
no le concedió demasiada importancia she did not give it too much importance o attach too much importance to it
B (admitir, reconocer) to admit, acknowledge, concede
tuvo que conceder que se había equivocado he had to admit o concede o acknowledge that he was wrong
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conceder (conjugate conceder) verbo transitivo
1
a)premio/becato give, award;

descuento/préstamoto give;
privilegio/favor/permisoto grant;
nos concedió una entrevista she agreed to give us an interview;

¿me podría conceder unos minutos? could you spare me a few minutes?
b)importancia/valorto give

2 (admitir, reconocer) to admit, acknowledge
conceder verbo transitivo
1 (admitir) to admit, concede
2 (un deseo, préstamo) to grant
(un premio, una beca) to award
3 frml (tiempo, atención) si me concede un minuto, if you can spare me a moment
4 (importancia) to give
conceder valor a algo, to attach value to something
'conceder' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acceder
- dar
- dotar
- merced
- negar
- premio
English:
accord
- award
- begrudge
- bestow
- concede
- grant
- confer
- devolve
- dispense
- give
- knight
- shut
- straight
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conceder vt
1. [dar] to grant;
[premio] to award; [beca] to give, to award; [préstamo, subvención] to give, to grant; [asilo, indulto, extradición] to grant;
le concedí el beneficio de la duda I gave him the benefit of the doubt;
me concedió un deseo he granted me a wish;
no concede entrevistas she doesn't give interviews;
¿me concede cinco minutos? could you give o spare me five minutes?;
le han concedido un permiso para acudir al congreso he's been given o granted permission to attend the conference
2. [asentir] to admit, to concede;
concedo que están en lo cierto I admit that you're right
3. [atribuir] [importancia] to give, to attach;
no concede ningún valor al dinero money doesn't matter to her at all
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conceder
v/t concede; entrevista, permiso give; premio award; importancia attach
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conceder vt
1) : to grant, to bestow
2) : to concede, to admit
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conceder vb
1. (en general) to give [pt. gave; pp. given] / to grant
le han concedido el crédito que pidió he's been given the loan he asked for
2. (beca, premio) to award
3. (reconocer) to admit [pt. & pp. admitted] / to acknowledge
te concedo que en eso tienes razón I admit that you're right in this
conceder importancia a algo to attach importance to something

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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