Antonyms for accession
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term accession.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Entrance, the act of entering, refers merely to the fact of passing from without to within some enclosure; admission and admittance refer to entering by or with some one's consent, or at least to opportunity afforded by some one's act or neglect. We may effect or force an entrance, but not admittance or admission; those we gain, procure, obtain, secure, win. Admittance refers to place, admission refers also to position, privilege, favor, friendship, etc. An intruder may gain admittance to the hall of a society who would not be allowed admission to its membership. Approach is a movement toward another; access is coming all the way to his presence, recognition, and consideration. An unworthy favorite may prevent even those who gain admittance to a king's audience from obtaining any real access to the king. Entrance is also used figuratively for setting out upon some career, or becoming a member of some organization; as, we speak of one's entrance upon college life, or of entrance into the ministry.
Entrance into a place; on or upon a work or course of action; into or upon office; into battle; by or through the door; within the gates; into or among the company.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
a process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group)
"the art collection grew through accession"
(civil law) the right to all of that which your property produces whether by growth or improvement
something added to what you already have
"the librarian shelved the new accessions"; "he was a new addition to the staff"
agreeing with or consenting to (often unwillingly)
"accession to such demands would set a dangerous precedent"; "assenting to the Congressional determination"
entree, access, accession, admission, admittancenoun
the right to enter
main course, entrance, entryway, admission price, admission charge, access code, entrance fee, memory access, admission fee, approach, rise to power, entrance money, entranceway, admission, entree, access, assenting, price of admission, entry, admittance, addition
accession, rise to powerverb
the act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne)
"Elizabeth's accession in 1558"
make a record of additions to a collection, such as a library
How to use accession in a sentence?
Turkey's membership of the European Union is a long process which we are in the middle of; the process is not simple, on the contrary, it is highly complicated due to a range of reasons, it is far too early to predict what the result at the end of this difficult accession process will be.
This so-called grand coalition represents the best way forward for Turkey at this juncture, such a broad-based agreement could ease the country's current extreme political polarisation and reintroduce a dynamic of democratic and economic reform underpinned by a new momentum toward the goal of EU accession.
The atmosphere is such that we should very soon start official accession talks with Serbia.
I am sure these challenges will be solved through our cooperation and Turkey is ready to work with the EU, turkey is ready to be a member of the EU as well. Today I hope this summit will not just focus on irregular migration but also the Turkish accession process to the EU.
We have high hopes and I think everything is in the pipeline and it should happen this week, we should be ready to start accession talks.
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