Concession


Concession

Concession may refer to:

  • Concession (politics): failure to challenge or cessation of challenging, as in "conceding an election" or "conceding a game".
  • Concession (contract): a contracted-out service, as in concession stand.
  • A contractual right to carry on a certain kind of business or activity in an area, such as to explore or develop its natural resources.
  • Concessional funding, as opposed to official funding
  • Concession (discount): in UK English, a price discount for a certain category of person.
  • Concession (territory): an area within one country that is administered by another, usually conceded by a weaker country to a stronger one.
  • Concession, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Concession (quality): In business/industry, a written authorization to accept (with or without repair) a product with a major/critical nonconformity, a nonconformity affecting the cosmetic appearance of the product or a nonconformity affecting the next assembly of the product delivered as subassembly/assembly.
  • Concession road: a grid-based road system in Ontario and Quebec

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  • concession — [ kɔ̃sesjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1264; lat. concessio 1 ♦ Action de concéder (un droit, un privilège, une terre); acte qui concède. ⇒ cession, 1. don, octroi. Concession d un privilège (⇒ charte) . Faire la concession d un terrain. Concession commerciale,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • concession — con·ces·sion n 1: an act or instance of conceding or yielding 2: something conceded: as a: acknowledgment admission b: something granted esp. as an inducement (as to enter into an agreement) c: a grant of real property esp. by a gov …   Law dictionary

  • concession — CONCESSION. s. f. Le don et l octroi qu un Souverain ou un Seigneur de quelque Terre, fait de quelque privilége, de quelque droit, de quelque grâce, etc. Ce privilége est une concession d un tel Roi. Ils ont eu ce droit, etc. par la concession d… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Concession — Con*ces sion, n. [L. concessio, fr. concedere: cf. F. concession. See {Concede}.] 1. The act of conceding or yielding; usually implying a demand, claim, or request, and thus distinguished from giving, which is voluntary or spontaneous. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • concession — mid 15c., from O.Fr. concession (14c.) or directly from L. concessionem (nom. concessio) an allowing, conceding, noun of action from concess , pp. stem of concedere (see CONCEDE (Cf. concede)). Meaning right or privilege granted by government is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • concession — [kən sesh′ən] n. [ME & OFr < L concessio < concessus, pp. of concedere] 1. an act or instance of conceding, granting, or yielding 2. a thing conceded or granted; acknowledgment, as of an argument or claim 3. a privilege granted by a… …   English World dictionary

  • Concession — (v. lat.), die Erlaubniß einer Regierung, ein bürgerliches Gewerbe unter gewissen Bedingungen zu betreiben. Die C. gilt nur für die Person, welcher sie ertheilt ist (Concessionär), u. kann nicht durch Erbschaft od. Kauf an eine andere übertragen… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Concession — Concession, lat., Zugeständniß; obrigkeitliche Ermächtigung zu einem Betrieb; Concessionar, der Inhaber einer solchen C.; concessioniren, ermächtigen, genehmigen; concessionirt, genehmigt, erlaubt. Concessive, einräumend, nachgebend …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • concession — *allowance Analogous words: favor, boon, *gift: indulgence, leniency, tolerance, forbearance (see under FORBEARING) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • concession — [n] yielding, adjustment acknowledgment, admission, allowance, assent, authorization, boon, buyback, compromise, confession, copout*, deal, giveback, giving in, grant, indulgence, permission, permit, privilege, rollback, sellout, surrender, trade …   New thesaurus


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