Synonyms of 'acquiesce'
in the sense of approve
to authorize or agree to
MPs approved the bill by a majority of 97.
go along with,
buy into (informal),
give the go-ahead to (informal),
give the green light to,
O.K. or okay (informal)
in the sense of bend
Congress has to bend to his will.
in the sense of capitulate
to surrender under agreed conditions
The club eventually capitulated and granted equal rights to women.
in the sense of comply
to act in accordance (with a rule, order, or request)
The commander said that the army would comply with the ceasefire.
in the sense of concur
Four other judges concurred with his verdict.
in the sense of consent
to permit or agree (to)
I was a little surprised when she consented to my proposal.
in the sense of give in
to admit defeat
My parents gave in and let me go to the camp.
in the sense of surrender
to give in to a temptation or an influence
We'll never surrender to the terrorists.
in the sense of toe the line
She's one of the politicians who wouldn't toe the party line.
Thesaurus for acquiesce from the Collins English Thesaurus