cede to

cede (something) to (someone)

To yield or give a tract of land to someone. We were shocked to learn that grandma had ceded all of her land to us in her will.
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cede something to someone

to grant a parcel of land to someone. We refuse to cede that land to you. They ceded the land to the city for a park.
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References in classic literature ?
Nothing is more certain than the indispensable necessity of government, and it is equally undeniable, that whenever and however it is instituted, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite powers.
The transaction will help CeDe to continue with the expansion of its geographic presence and product offerings.
In reality, it is Israel which continues to insist that Palestine cede to Israel indisputably Palestinian lands forming part of the meager 22 per cent remnant of historical Palestine which Israel did not conquer until 1967.
In reality, it is Israel which continues to insist that Palestine cede to Israel indisputably Palestinian lands forming part of the meager 22% remnant of historical Palestine which Israel did not conquer until 1967.
but failed to settle differences over how much power national governments would cede to Brussels," read an Associated Press report in the San Francisco Chronicle.
You probably will wish to cede to the modern practice of marking measure numbers (missing from this old edition), an accommodation for the lack of correspondence between the staves of primo and secondo, and an indispensable rehearsal aid.