1 (admission) admisión nombre femenino
to do that would be an acknowledgement of guilt hacer eso sería una admisión de culpa
2 (recognition) reconocimiento
in acknowledgement of your help en reconocimiento de tu ayuda
3 (thanks) muestra de agradecimiento
she stood up in acknowledgement of the audience's applause se puso de pie para mostrar su agradecimiento por los aplausos del público
4 (reply) contestación nombre femenino
I received no acknowledgement of my CV no recibí respuesta a mi currículum
I shouted, and one of them waved back in acknowledgement grité, y uno de ellos gesticuló en conformidad
acknowledgement of receipt acuse nombre masculino de recibo
acuse s.m.
reconocimiento s.m.
1. N
1) (=admission) admisión f ; (=recognition) reconocimiento m

in acknowledgement of — en reconocimiento de, en agradecimiento a

I wish to make public acknowledgement of the help — quiero agradecer públicamente la ayuda

to make acknowledgements — expresar su agradecimiento

2) (Comm) [of letter etc] acuse m de recibo
3) [of greeting] contestación f

to quote sb without acknowledgement — citar a algn sin mencionar la fuente

acknowledgements (in book) menciones fpl

acknowledgement slip N — acuse m de recibo

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • acknowledgement — This spelling is preferred in BrE, although acknowledgment is more usual in AmE …   Modern English usage

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