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You have to be prepared to make concessions in a relationship.
The company has already made several concessions on pay.
He said there could be no concessions to the terrorists.
His only concession to the formality of the occasion was to wear a tie.
Russia has recently sold timber concessions to Japanese and Korean companies.
Tickets cost £10 (£5 concessions).
Not all local authorities provide travel concessions for pensioners.