accept definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To answer affirmatively: take an invitation.
    • To consent to simply take (a duty or duty).
    • for (some thing offered), especially with gladness or approval: accepted a glass of water; accepted their contract.
    • To admit to friends, company, or place: acknowledged me as a new person in the club.
    • To view as right, normal, or right: These types of customs are widely accepted.
    • To regard as real; trust: experts have actually acknowledged this new theory.
    • To understand as having a specific definition.
    • To endure resignedly or patiently: take an individual's fate.
    • To be able to hold (some thing applied or inserted): This wood cannot accept oil shows.
    • To receive formally: take the committee's report.
    • To consent to pay for, as by a signed contract.
    • Medicine to get (a transplanted organ or tissue) without immunological rejection.
    • To receive with a consenting brain (anything supplied); ; -- often followed closely by of.
    • to get with benefit; to accept.
    • To receive or acknowledge and accept; to assent to.
    • To take by the brain; to comprehend; as, How are these terms to-be accepted?
    • for as obligatory and promise to pay.
    • In a deliberate human body, to get in acquittance of a duty imposed. [This makes it the home of this body, and also the real question is then on its use.]
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to get something, specifically with benefit. Often combined with of.
  • verb:
    • to get, especially with a consent, with favour, or with approval.
    • To acknowledge to a spot or a bunch.
    • To regard as right, usual, real, or to trust.
    • To receive as sufficient or satisfactory.
    • To receive or admit to; to accept; to assent to; to publish to.
    • To endure patiently.
    • To agree to spend.
    • To receive officially
    • for one thing willingly.
    • accept as one's very own the expenses or debts of another individual
    • provide an affirmative respond to; respond positively to
    • enjoy (a written report) officially, as from a committee
    • use or take for many function
    • admit into a bunch or community
    • enjoy willingly something offered or provided
    • be built to hold or take
    • consider or hold as real
    • tolerate or accommodate oneself to
    • react favorably to; give consideration to correct and correct
    • be intimately tuned in to, made use of of women domesticated mammal
  • adjective:
    • Accepted.
    • Accepted.
  • others:
    • To just take or receive (anything supplied); enjoy with approbation or favor: since, he made an offer that has been accepted.
    • To take (just what presents itself or just what befalls one); accommodate your self to: because, to accept the situation.
    • to pay attention positively to; grant.
    • to get or acknowledge and agree to; accede or assent to: because, to accept a treaty, a proposal, an amendment, an excuse: usually followed closely by of: as, I accept of the terms.
    • to get in a certain good sense; realize: since, exactly how is it term become acknowledged? In com., to acknowledge, by signature, as calling for repayment, and therefore to pledge to cover: as, to accept a bill of exchange, this is certainly, to recognize the responsibility to pay for it when because of. See acceptance. In a deliberative body, for as an acceptable performance of the duty with which an officer or a committee happens to be charged; get for further activity: as, the report associated with the committee had been accepted.
    • Accepted.

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