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Acquiesce in vs Acquiesce to vs Acquiesce with

Acquiesce means to consent or comply without protest.

  • When acquiesce takes a preposition, it is usually in.
  • His government can’t acquiesce in the invasion of that country.

Acquiesce with the preposition to is uncommon, but acceptable. Gracie,

  • Audrey, and Patrick acquiesced to their parents’ wishes.

Acquiesced with is considered obsolete.