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Synonyms for acquiesce

Synonyms for acquiesce

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

Synonyms for acquiesce

to agree or express agreement


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While ever a nurse or midwife acquiesces to participating in unpaid overtime or unrecorded time in lieu, the cause of our professions is put in jeopardy.
Acquiescence: The IRS acquiesces in the Tax Court's decision.
But Niobe acquiesces with a pair of lingering, close-up lip locks.
Any government that acquiesces to the EU Directive, for all intents and purposes, gives up on tax reform.
2(4) of the ITA"[e]very person who makes, or participates in, assents to or acquiesces in the making of, a statement to, or by or on behalf of, another per son .
If the Service acquiesces to Gregg, there may be no reason not to own real estate through an LLC.
Unless the Service acquiesces in the Ninth Circuit decision (which appears unlikely), it will not consent to this accounting method change.
Regardless of whether the IRS acquiesces in the decision, it will presumably continue to take the position that spreads attributable to incentive stock options (ISOs)(including disqualifying ISO dispositions) are not qualifying wages.
Cases in which the corporation knows of, ratifies or acquiesces in the fraudulent acts of a responsible person are distinguishable from those in which the corporation and its shareholders (or at least a majority of them] have been victimized by their own fiduciary.