默许, 勉强同意, 默然同意
She was glad to acquiesce, and even to go to bed, and drink water-gruel, in order that she might possess her soul in quiet.
France, once a counterweight to the economics of deflation, seems now to think it has no option but to acquiesce.
China will address the WTO on the issue this month, and some observers say the country will acquiesce and allow more foreign access.
It is possible to argue and negotiate with the government rather than to acquiesce passively in its policies.
But Sweden has too often tried to acquiesce to and navigate between the rising superpowers of the world.
Though he thought otherwise, he had to acquiesce in the plan made by the majority.
Jack is so independent that he will never acquiesce in our proposal.
He left home because he would not acquiesce to the unhappy marriage.
Her parents will never acquiesce in such an unsuitablemarriage.
I had to acquiesce in her decision despite my private opinion.
He is so independent that he will never acquiesce.
Shakespeare did not acquiesce in discrepancy.
Have to acquiesce in their plan.
To cause to acquiesce; submit.
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