accept


accept
ək'sept
verb
1) (to take (something offered): He accepted the gift.) aceptar
2) (to believe in, agree to or acknowledge: We accept your account of what happened; Their proposal was accepted; He accepted responsibility for the accident.) aceptar
- acceptably
- acceptance
- accepted

accept vb aceptar
accept
tr[ək'sept]
transitive verb
1 (gift, offer, etc) aceptar
2 (admit to be true) admitir, aceptar
I accept that this is true admito que esto es verdad
I accept what you say, but ... acepto lo que dices, pero ...
accept [ɪk'sɛpt, æk-] vt
1) : aceptar
2) acknowledge: admitir, reconocer
accept
v.
aceptar v.
acoger v.
acotar v.
admitir v.
consentir v.
ək'sept
transitive verb
a) \<\<gift/invitation/argument/credit card\>\> aceptar; \<\<evidence\>\> aceptar, admitir

it is accepted practice in this sort of case — es la práctica establecida en este tipo de casos

b) (recognize) reconocer*

do you accept that you were wrong? — ¿reconoces or admites que estabas equivocado?

[ǝk'sept]
1. VT
1) [+ gift, invitation, apology, offer] aceptar; [+ report] aprobar; (Med) [+ transplant] tolerar

the Academy accepted the word in 1970 — la Academia admitió la palabra en 1970

2) [machine] [+ coin] admitir
3) (Comm) [+ cheque, orders] aceptar
4) (=acknowledge) reconocer, admitir; [+ person] admitir, acoger

it is accepted that ... — se reconoce or admite que ...

I do not accept that way of doing it — no apruebo ese modo de hacerlo

to accept responsibility for sth — asumir la responsabilidad de algo

he was accepted as one of us — se lo admitió or acogió como a uno de nosotros

2.
VI aceptar, asentir
* * *
[ək'sept]
transitive verb
a) \<\<gift/invitation/argument/credit card\>\> aceptar; \<\<evidence\>\> aceptar, admitir

it is accepted practice in this sort of case — es la práctica establecida en este tipo de casos

b) (recognize) reconocer*

do you accept that you were wrong? — ¿reconoces or admites que estabas equivocado?


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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