accede


accede
ək'si:d
accede
tr[æk'siːd]
intransitive verb
1 formal use (agree) acceder (to, a)
2 (to throne) ascender (to, a), subir (to, a); (to position, office) acceder (to, a)
accede [æk'si:d] vi, -ceded ; -ceding
1) agree: acceder, consentir
2) ascend: subir, acceder
he acceded to the throne: subió al trono
accede
v.
acceder v.
asentir v.
ək'siːd
intransitive verb (frml)
a) (grant)

to accede to something — \<\<to demand/request\>\> acceder a algo

b) (ascend)

to accede to the throne — subir or acceder al trono

[æk'siːd]
VI

to accede to —

1) (=assent to) [+ request] acceder a; [+ suggestion] aceptar
2) (=gain, enter into) [+ office, post] tomar posesión de; [+ party] adherirse a; [+ throne] acceder a, subir a; [+ treaty] adherirse a
* * *
[ək'siːd]
intransitive verb (frml)
a) (grant)

to accede to something — \<\<to demand/request\>\> acceder a algo

b) (ascend)

to accede to the throne — subir or acceder al trono


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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