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#To let something go means "''to agree to something such as a request, proposal, etc''".
 
#To let something go means "''to agree to something such as a request, proposal, etc''".
#Going to an position means "''to achieve a high position, especially to become king or queen''".
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{{Evolution of usage2| He let demands for his resignation go. | He acceded to demands for his resignation.}}
 
{{Evolution of usage2| He let demands for his resignation go. | He acceded to demands for his resignation.}}
 
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{{accede related vocabulary}}
 
{{accede related vocabulary}}

Latest revision as of 11:04, 18 May 2020

Etymology of accede.png

accede = ad + cede

ad-: to, towards, at

cede: derive from Latin "cedere", meaning "go"

So accede means: 

To let something go/Go to a position.

  1. To let something go means "to agree to something such as a request, proposal, etc".
  2. Going to a position means "to achieve a high position, especially to become king or queen".

Evolution of usage

He let demands for his resignation go.

=>

He acceded to demands for his resignation.

Hands resignation letter.jpg

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