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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.
See also: cede, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Thereafter, after the exhaustion of Class 1 notes at the attachment of the coverage level of the losses, after the Class 1 note is exhausted is absorbed by the ceding insurer.
The reinsurers deal with the ceding companies, reinsurance intermediaries, multinational corporations and banks.
A transaction encompassing a block of the ceding company's book of business, the reinsurer must accept all business included within the terms of the reinsurance contract.
Some regulators ask why such a requirement would be necessary; some say it would guarantee that a ceding company has access to the funds in the trust; and some say a ceding company would be better off if it avoided touching the collateral.
Bishop Ingham spoke out against the concept of ceding authority to another bishop, while Bishop Matthews and other task force members talked about the need to provide a "safety net" while the debate on same-sex blessings goes on.
The investment is provided as non-control capital, as opposed to a straight equity investment, which is often (but not always) provided upon only ceding control to the investor.
By ceding financial control to the states, localities cede political control over their affairs.
On 30 September 1854, 10 of the Lake Superior Chippewa bands signed a treaty ceding much of present-day northeastern Minnesota to the United States Government (Fig.
This season she transforms Cordoba, composer Isaac Albeniz's sad and lilting solo, into a modern vision of flamenco, ceding the heavy footwork numbers to company members.
Under the terms of the draft Regulation, technology transfer agreements concern the ceding of technology licences: patent licences, know-how or copyright on software.
The company is both ceding risk and ceding return, resulting in a "ceded RAROC."
By ceding some premiums to other insurers (called reinsurers), a primary insurer [1] tends to diversify its underwriting risk and improve its solvency.
Barak's offers to make unprecedented concessions, including transferring a sizable area of the West Bank and ceding some Jerusalem neighborhoods to the Palestinians, were rebuffed.
That's not to say the Forest Service is ceding all control to Mother Nature.
In addition, two consensuses are summarized: (1) accounting for multiyear retrospectively rated contracts (RRCs) by ceding and assuming enterprises and (20 sales and leasebacks of assets leased to other parties.