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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-intransitive: To consent or comply passively or without protest. See Synonyms at
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- But if we again acquiesce we will be reduced to sad and pathetic footnotes in our accelerating transformation from a democracy to a totalitarian corporate state.
- Off the top of my head, "acquiesce" is pretty cool.
- Instead of me going through life hoping that God is following me around in whatever mess I find myself in this time, it’s actually him that’s leading the way through it all if I acquiesce, that is.
- But … there are reasons why parties have developed and that is because they operate as vehicles by which like minded people can coalesce around similar ideological and/or philosophical stances and generate programmes which they can then bring to the electorate and gain acceptance (or is the term 'acquiesce'?).
- She not only used "acquiesce" in a song way before Noel Gallagher made such a fanfare of doing so, but deployed it perfectly:
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