cede /'sēd/ vt ced·ed, ced·ing
1: to yield or grant usu. by treaty
2: assign transfer
3: to transfer (all or part of one's liability as an insurer under an insurance policy) by reinsurance to another insurer

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I verb abalienate, abandon, abdicate, abjure, accede, alienate, assign, bequeath, concede, concedere, confer, consign, convey, deed, deliver, devolve, dismiss, donate, give, give away, give up, give up claim to, grant, part with, quitclaim, release, relinquish, remise, render, renounce, renounce claim to, resign, sign away, submit, succumb, surrender, tender, transfer, transmit, turn over, vouchsafe, yield associated concepts: cede jurisdiction, cede territory II index abandon (relinquish), attorn, bequeath, bestow, confer (give), contribute (supply), convey (transfer), defer (yield in judgment), devolve, disown (refuse to acknowledge), forfeit, give (grant), grant (concede), grant (transfer formally), offer (tender), pass (advance), relinquish, remise, resign, surrender (give back), transmit, yield (submit)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

v. To assign; give up; relinquish; surrender; transfer; yield.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

To yield up; to assign; to grant; to surrender; to withdraw. Generally used to designate the transfer of territory from one government to another.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.

To yield up; to assign; to grant; to surrender; to withdraw. Generally used to designate the transfer of territory from one government to another.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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