Sources: Law Dictionary; Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
‘ Vice President Biden ’s acquiescence to such a policy should shock the conscience of every American.
The Iranians truly believe they have us hostage in Iraq — our supply lines, the acquiescence of the Shi'a in the occupation.
When turnout in an election for the state government in 2008 reached an unprecedented 60%, many Indians misread this as belated Kashmiri acquiescence in Indian rule.
Yet some suggest that this is a sign of naiveté or acquiescence to these countries ’ repression of their own people.
For an economic elite whose perquisites ultimately depend on the acquiescence of everybody else, it is a silly and dangerous pose to strike.
Moscow's acquiescence would also bring on board China, whose guiding principle is never to be isolated in the council.
Of course, Bhutto's acquiescence to, and participation in, the general corruption of the Pakistani government was part of the reason public schools were so inadequate and madrasahs became popular.
It is a stirring acquiescence, riddled with doubts, uncertain and ardent.
With most Russians' approval or acquiescence, the regime, nominally a democracy, keeps a tight lid on genuine opposition politics.
With the quiet acquiescence of the central government, Zhucheng and Shunde ignored doctrine, old laws and 40 years of failed policies in search of a better approach.