give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
relinquish possession or control over
- There isn't a Monday that would not cede its place to Tuesday.
- The Swiss delegation as well as the Liechtenstein delegation may cede the chair of the Mixed Committee meeting at the level of senior officials and Ministers to another delegation prepared to perform that function.’;
- The delegation representing the member of the Council holding the Presidency may cede the chair of the Mixed Committee to the delegation representing the member of the Council which will hold the next Presidency.
- On the other hand, should Sernam sell its assets en bloc, the Commission recalls that the above two conditions concerning the company’s restructuring will not apply as Sernam will no longer operate in its current legal form and will cede its market shares to the independent acquiring party (which will de facto continue its activities with Sernam's assets).
- In cases where a buyer of goods has a limited capacity to settle his debts for a purchase, the supplier of the goods will reserve the ownership and may cede the right to exercise this reservation as well as the purchase price claim to a third party, usually a bank, as a security for a loan granted by the bank to the buyer.
- The Commission Decision 2000/475/EC of 24 January 1999 relating to a proceeding under Article 81 of the EC Treaty and Article 53 of the EEA Agreement (Case IV.F.1/36.718.CEDE) (OJ L 187, 26.7.2000, p. 47) concluded that the geographic market was the EEA.
- Article 5 — In order to allow a freeaccess television service to broadcast an event of major importance under the conditions specified in Article 4, a television service with exclusive broadcasting rights to all or part of an event of major importance and which does not meet the conditions must, reasonably in advance of the event, inform the freeaccess television services that it proposes to cede the rights to broadcast this event under the conditions specified in Article 4.