Defer

• (v. t.) To put off; to postpone to a future time; to delay the execution of; to delay; to withhold. • (v. i.) To put off; to delay to act; to wait. • (v. t.) To lay before; to submit in a respectful manner; to refer; -- with to. • (v. t.) To render or offer. • (v. i.) To yield deference to the wishes of another; to submit...
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defer

accede verb submit or yield to another`s wish or opinion; `The government bowed to the military pressure`
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Defer

De·fer' intransitive verb To put off; to delay to act; to wait. « Pius was able to defer and temporize at leisure.» J. A. Symonds.
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Defer

De·fer' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deferred ; present participle & verbal noun Deferring .] [ Middle English differren , French différer , from Latin differre to delay, bear different ways; d...
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defer

postpone give way (to show respect) 
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