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acquiesce (verb), acquiesces; acquiesced; acquiescing
1. To consent, to agree to do something, or to comply passively without protest: Sam acquiesced to his wife's request that he put the laundry into the washing machine.

Celeste is acquiescing to the pleading of her child for another piece of cake.

2. Etymology: derived from the Latin verb quiescere, "to be quiet". It came into English in about 1620, via the French acquiescer with the outdated meaning of "to rest satisfied".
Demanded to accept as being correct; as, his tax statement.
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To agree to or to accept something passively or without protest. (1)