Verb + to - infinitive

Is “He conceded to steal the money” grammatically correct?

  Thanks in advance.

I think that admitted stealing would be a more appropriate way of expressing this. ‘Concede’ is a difficult word to use and is found often in political situations where one party agrees that the other party has won. It has the idea of finally admitting that something is true.

Here are some random examples of how ‘concede’ is used

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Foreigner, in my opinion the ‘to’ in your sentence should be treated as a preposition, and not as an infinitive marker. After a preposition, as you know, only a gerund will come in such situations (vide Alan’s remark).