vi. （正式）加入; 答应; （通过财产的添附而）增加; 开始任职
If you accede to someone's request, you do what they ask.
Britain would not accede to France's request.
I never understood why he didn't just accede to our demands at the outset.
When a member of a royal family accedes to the throne, they become king or queen.
...when Henry VIII acceded to the throne.
1. submit or yield to another's wish or opinion;
2. take on duties or office;
3. to agree or express agreement;
I whispered to Catherine that she mustn't, on any account, accede to the proposal.
They would not let him accede to a tenured position in his department.
I accede to my daughter's request.
Guangzhou conference spirit to accede and develop.
The Chinese are speeding up its step to accede to WTO.