cedes (third person present) · ceded (past tense) · ceded (past participle) · ceding (present participle)
  1. give up (power or territory).
    "in 1874, the islands were ceded to Britain"
    surrender · concede · relinquish · yield · part with · give up · hand over · deliver up · turn over · give over · make over · transfer · bequeath · grant · remit · renounce ·
    keep · gain
early 16th century: from French céder or Latin cedere ‘to yield’.
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in 1874, the islands were ceded to Britain.
How to say cede in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans sedeer
Arabic (VERB)تتنازل عن, التنازل عن
Bangla সাম্রাজ্য দখল করে নেয়
Bosnian (Latin) ustupiti
Bulgarian (VERB)отстъпи
Cantonese (Traditional) 放棄
Catalan (NOUN)cedeix
Chinese Simplified 放弃
Chinese Traditional 放棄
Croatian ustupiti
Czech (VERB)postoupit
Danish (VERB)afstå
Dutch (VERB)afstaan
Estonian sunnitult
Filipino ipaubaya
Finnish (VERB)luovuttaa
French (VERB)céder
German (VERB)abtreten
Greek (VERB)παραχωρήσει, εκχωρήσει
Haitian Creole bay legen
Hindi त्याग करना
Hmong Daw muab rau
Hungarian feladni
Indonesian (VERB)menyerahkan
Italian (VERB)cedere
Japanese (VERB)譲る
Korean (VERB)양도
Latvian cedēt
Lithuanian (VERB)perleisti
Malay (Latin) menyerahkan
Maltese jċedu
Norwegian Bokmål avstå
Persian مخدوم
Polish (VERB)oddania
Portuguese (VERB)ceder
Querétaro Otomi ceder
Romanian (VERB)cedeze
Russian (VERB)уступить
Serbian (Cyrillic) преда
Serbian (Latin) preda
Slovak (VERB)postúpiť
Slovenian (VERB)odstopijo
Spanish (VERB)ceder, cederle
Swedish (VERB)avträda, överlåta
Tamil தக்கவைத்தார்கள்
Telugu చేడె
Thai สละ
Turkish vazgeçmek
Ukrainian (VERB)поступитися
Urdu سونپنا
Vietnamese (NOUN)nhượng
Welsh ildio
Yucatec Maya ceder
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