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Oxford dictionary definition of the word concession:
1a thing that is granted, especially in response to demands:
the government was unwilling to make any further concessions
[mass noun] the action of conceding or granting something:
this strict rule was relaxed by concession
(a concession to) a gesture made in recognition of a demand or prevailing standard:
her only concession to fashion was her ornate silver ring
2a preferential allowance or rate given by an organization:
British a reduction in the price of something for a certain category of person:
railcard holders can obtain concessions
there are concessions on party bookings
3the right to use land or other property for a specified purpose, granted by a government, company, or other controlling body:
new logging concessions
a commercial operation set up by agreement within the premises of a larger concern:
the concessions will offer photo processing and a pharmacy
the right, given by a company, to sell goods, especially in a particular place.
Canadian a piece of land into which surveyed land is divided.
late Middle English: from Latin concessio(n-), from the verb concedere (see concede)