Definition of conceder in English:

conceder

noun

  • See concede

    • ‘The proposal of concession may be done by an interested investor, the conceder being obliged to draw up the feasibility study within a term of 30 days.’
    • ‘But the concessions cannot be withdrawn until the conceders leave the political scene.’
    • ‘They are the biggest corner conceders in the league away from home, allowing an average of 8.24 per game.’
    • ‘If the politicians turned out to be big territory conceders - maybe there's hope for the opposition.’
    • ‘Kildare had quite a few reasons for feeling happy with the result, not least the turn about which saw the ‘goal conceders’ become ‘goal getters’.’