n. 让步，妥协; 特许权; 优惠
If you make a concession to someone, you agree to let them do or have something, especially in order to end an argument or conflict.
The King made major concessions to end the confrontation with his people.
A concession is a special right or privilege that is given to someone.
The government has granted concessions to three private telephone companies.
...tax concessions for mothers who stay at home with their children.
A concession is a special price which is lower than the usual price and which is often given to old people, students, and the unemployed.
Open daily; admission £1.10 with concessions for children and OAPs.
A concession is an arrangement where someone is given the right to sell a product or to run a business, especially in a building belonging to another business.
1. a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business;
2. the act of conceding or yielding
3. a point conceded or yielded;
As a concession to his reasonable demand, the doctor allowed him to work.
Advise what you hear from them query their eventual concession possible.
The French company's concession would expire in 1904.
He decided to open an ice cream concession business.
It's really impossible for us make any concession by allowing you any commission.