v. yield or formally resign and surrender to another
v. to give up, give way, give away
Eventually the descendants of England's Henry II were forced to cede their French territories to the King of France.
OPEC’s decision to cede no ground to rival producers underscored the price war in the crude market and the challenge to U.S. shale drillers.
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He had been one of the winners in the land lottery conducted by the State to divide up the vast area in middle Georgia, ceded by the Indians the year before Gerald came to America.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
That was in 1814, not long before the battle of New Orleans; and by the Creek treaty that followed this campaign, all Dougherty County, and much other rich land, was ceded to Georgia.
The Souls of Black Folk By W. E. B. Du Bois Context