listen to the pronunciation of concession
Englisch - Türkisch

Biz karşılıklı ödünlerle sorunu çözdük. - We solved the problem by mutual concessions.

{i} taviz
{i} ayrıcalık
{i} kabul
(Ticaret) vergi ya da gümrük indirimi
(Ticaret) devletçe verilen imtiyaz
(Havacılık) sapma
(Havacılık) istisnai işlem
(Ticaret) bağış
devlet veya diğer bir yetkili makam tarafından tanınmış imtiyaz
{i} teslim
(Nükleer Bilimler) standard dışı izin
{i} izin
{i} ruhsat
(Havacılık) yetki belgesi
(Ticaret) teberru
concession agreement
(Ticaret) imtiyaz anlaşması
concession agreement
(Kanun) imtiyaz sözleşmesi
concession agreement
(Ticaret) ödün anlaşması
concession bargaining
(Ticaret) ödün pazarlığı
concession bargaining
imtiyaz anlaşması
concession stand fee
stand ücreti
concession number
ruhsat numarası
conjunctions of concession
uzlaştırma bağlaçları
conjunctions of concession
uzlaştırma baglaçlari
made a concession
ayrıcalık ver
make a concession
ayrıcalık ver
clauses of concession
uzlaştırma cümlecikleri
ayrıcalıklı, tavizli
make a concession
Ayrıcalık yapmak, imtiyaz tanımak
make a concession
odun vermek, taviz vermek
made a concession
ayrıcalık verilmiş
obtain a concession
imtiyaz elde etmek
obtain a concession
ayrıcalık kazanmak
public service concession agreements
(Avrupa Birliği) kamu hizmeti imtiyaz anlaşmaları
Englisch - Englisch
something, such as an argument, that is conceded or admitted to be wrong
Admitting a point to strengthen one's overall case
the act of conceding, especially that of defeat
In Ontario, a small road between tracts of farmland
the grant of some land to be used for a specified purpose
a contract to operate a small business as a subsidiary of a larger company, or within the premises of some institution; the business itself and the space from which it operates
anything granted or yielded, or admitted in response to a demand, petition, or claim
{n} a thing yielded, grant, permission
a grant by government of a privilege or right to do something; as, a concession to build a canal
the act of conceding or yielding
>> Special or unusual terms offered by the seller that may warrant the buyer paying a higher price for the property
a point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for"
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business; "he got the beer concession at the ball park"
Lease, e g of publicly- or privately-owned forest to private concessionaires
A defined license area granted to a company for the exploration of oil and/or gas under specific terms and conditions for a fixed period of time
Fractional discount from the public offering of new securities at which the underwriter sells the bonds to dealers not in the syndicate
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business; "he got the beer concession at the ball park" a point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for
The act of conceding a point/item in purchase and sale negotiations
Deed entitling holder to produce from and/or explore a stipulated tract of land following discovery of a commercial reservoir
Usually used in foreign operations and refers to a large block of acreage granted to the operator by the host government for a certain time and under certain government conditions which allows the operator to conduct exploratory and/or development operations The Concession Agreement assures the holder of certain rights under the law
The per-share or per-bond compensation of a selling group for participating in a corporate underwriting
A concession is a special right or privilege that is given to someone. tax concessions for mothers who stay at home with their children
A geographic area that is licensed or leased to a company for a given period for exploration and development under specified terms and conditions
An administrative act which cedes to others the right to carry out an activity which otherwise would only be open to the ceding Administration: for example, the act by which the Italian State assigns the operation of activities in the electrical sector to ENEL
The per-share compensation received by the members of the underwriting group The concession is the difference between the price at which the underwriter purchased the securities from the issuer and the price at which the underwriter sells the shares to the public (public offering price)
The act of conceding or yielding; usually implying a demand, claim, or request, and thus distinguished from giving, which is voluntary or spontaneous
Accepting at least part or all of an opposing viewpoint It is futile to deny a solid point Rather, a concession is used to regroup and restate your position, taking the concession into account (see qualification)
Refers to a card carried by a passenger entitled to discount travel, by reason of age, low income, disability, etc
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 point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for
A price reduction or rebate from an established price or charge In securities underwriting, the fee that is paid on each stock or bond that is sold by securities firms and brokers within the underwriting group of a public offering Also known as selling concession BACK TO TOP
a lease, licence, permit, or easement granted under Part IIIB of the Conservation Act 1987 Conservation Act 1987
18, Use of known bad materials or sale of known bad product or a rebate given in return for accepting bad product Written authorization to use or release a quantity of material, components or stores already produced but which do not conform to the specified requirements
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 thing yielded; an acknowledgment or admission; a boon; a grant; esp
A tariff reduction, tariff binding, or other agreement to reduce import restrictions In negotiations, a country may offer to reduce its own tariff and non tariff trade barriers to induce other countries to reciprocate Concession is a key concept of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) negotiations
Something yielded or conceded in negotiating a transaction
{i} giving up, yielding; something which is given up; franchise, right to use or sell something; (British) discount
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
An agreement between owner and tenant, whereby the tenant is allowed to pay a lower rent than would otherwise be lawful for a limited time but not for the whole term of the lease (Top of page) (back to list of terms)
concession stand
a small business that sells food, drinks, or other things at sports events, theatres etc
one who owns a concession or a franchise

That Government seized the Delagoa Bay Railway, which was constructed under a concession granted to an American citizen, and at the same time annulled the charter. The concessionary, who had embarked his fortune in the enterprise, having exhausted other means of redress, was compelled to invoke the protection of his Government.

making concessions or compromises

I observe indeed a party in the State whose rule it is to consent to no change, until it is clamorously called for, and then instantly to yield; but those are Concessionary, not Conservative principles.

plural form of concession
{a} yielded by indulgence
a concession
Of, relating to, or being a concession; concessionary
A concessionaire
{s} pertaining to concession
A concessionary price is a special price which is lower than the normal one and which is often given to old people, students, and the unemployed. There are concessionary rates for students
relating to concessions or franchises
Of or pertaining to a concession
Concessions are things one side gives up to try to de-escalate or resolve a conflict They may simply be points in an argument, a reduction in demands, or a softening of one side's position
are the generated resources from various vending machines located about the campuses Since the methods of operation vary among the campuses, one should not attempt to correlate the level of revenue with the student population For example, a larger campus might have fewer vending machines because strategically located food service units serve most of its need Universities operate such locations as extensions of its food services operation, which is accounted for within the auxiliary enterprises budget entity
The private sector is permitted to provide and charge the public for services which would normally be provided by the state, in return for a fee The private sector will usually provide finance to build the necessary infrastructure, such as a bridge or road
plural of concession
A concessions stand
Sacrifices made by a party to convince another party to enter a contract
Cash expended by the landlord in the form of rent abatement, build-out allowance, or other payments to induce the tenant to sign a lease
Cash or cash equivalents expended by the landlord in the form of rental abatement, additional tenant finish allowance, moving expenses, cabling expenses or other monies expended to influence or persuade the tenant to sign a lease
items that are paid for or given by a landlord or seller to induce a prospective tenant or buyer to sign a lease or purchase property
Discounts given by landlords to prospective tenants to induce them to sign a lease
benefits granted by a seller/lessor to induce a sale/lease
territorial concession
giving up land, giving up territory
wage concession
an agreement to raise wages
willingness to territorial concession
preparedness to give up territory, willingness to surrender the West Bank and Gaza Strip