动词过去式:acquiesced 过去分词:acquiesced 现在分词:acquiescing 第三人称单数:acquiesces
v [I, Ipr] ~ (in sth) (fml 文) accept sth without protest; offer no opposition (to a plan, conclusion, etc) 默认; 顺从; 默许（一计划, 结论等）
*Her parents will never acquiesce in such an unsuitable marriage. 她的父母决不会答应这门不相宜的婚事.
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French;Origin: acquiescer, from Latin acquiescere, from ad- 'to' + quiescere 'to be quiet']
formal to do what someone else wants, or allow something to happen, even though you do not really agree with it
Oil companies have been accused of acquiescing in the pollution of the ocean.