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acquiesce to

To yield or succumb to one's requests or demands. After a long negotiation, the company acquiesced to the union's demands. I don't want to relocate, and my husband finally acquiesced to my wishes.

acquiesce to someone or something

to give in to someone or someone's wishes; to agree, perhaps reluctantly, to someone's ideas or requests. We are willing to acquiesce to your demands.
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Critics of FASB's lease accounting standard, which was 10 years in the making, appear to be acquiescing to a new era for U.S.
I am wondering why no one of influence is leading the church in repentance for acquiescing to the 501(c) (3) income-tax exemption, which forbids the church from political involvement and is optional, not mandatory.
Even in this situation, however, there are suppliers that have gained business at GM without completely acquiescing to its demands.
She may overstate the argument for noble agency behind these legal changes; it was primarily the Senate, courts and other government bodies who acted to expand noblewomen's property rights, while the nobility itself seems mainly to have reacted by either evading or acquiescing to laws depending on their interests.
Might I suggest that instead of acquiescing to this lunatic's every wish (the siege has cost pounds 500,000 so far) and inconveniencing every resident in Hackney - some of whom haven't been able to get into their homes since Boxing Day - that police either inject Hall's regular deliveries of Kentucky Fried Chicken with a knock-out drug or throw a stun grenade into the flat to render him unconscious.The hostage (when he wakes up) will be grateful - and life in London can get back to normal
Other countries, while acquiescing to the treaty's stipulation that all nations must destroy their stockpiles, insist upon retaining at least 1,000 antipersonnel mines for "training purposes only." While this is an affirmed right under the Mine Ban Treaty, it contradicts the very ideals upon which the ICBL is based.
In light of Kohler, the Court of Federal Claims issued a second opinion acquiescing to the IRS's argument that the inventory purchased at a bargain should be treated as a separate item.
Formosa Plastic Corp., the company that produced waste, has agreed to take back the waste, acquiescing to demands from the Cambodian government.
In a 1964 review of the artist's "Driving Image" exhibition, which included furniture and a rowboat covered in the trademark phalluses, Donald Judd rightly observed that to see a show by Kusama is to see "a result of Kusama's work, not a work itself." Kusama's struggle to master her internal demons and the "external" sensibility of '60s art resulted in works too heavy for their idiom; Pop is about acquiescing to desire, not combating it.
Worse than that, they tend to follow orders so rigidly - blindly acquiescing to obvious programming mistakes - that they sometimes resemble the brooms used by the sorcerer's apprentice in the Walt Disney film Fantasia, endlessly repeating a process no matter how ridiculous or destructive the outcome.
By frequently talking conservative, and calling itself conservative - while pursuing or acquiescing to damaging policies that are anything but conservative - the administration has given conservatism black eye.