accepted


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ac·cept·ed

 (ăk-sĕp′tĭd)
adj.
Widely used, recognized, or approved: an accepted treatment for pneumonia.

ac·cept′ed·ly adv.

accepted

(əkˈsɛptɪd)
adj
commonly approved or recognized; customary; established
acˈceptedly adv

ac•cept•ed

(ækˈsɛp tɪd)

adj.
generally approved; widely regarded as normal, right, etc.
[1485–95]
ac•cept′ed•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accepted - generally approved or compelling recognition; "several accepted techniques for treating the condition"; "his recognized superiority in this kind of work"
acknowledged - recognized or made known or admitted; "the acknowledged leader of the community"; "a woman of acknowledged accomplishments"; "his acknowledged error"

accepted

accepted

adjective
Generally approved or agreed upon:
Translations
uznaný
godtaget
viîtekinn, viîurkenndur
uznaný

accepted

[əkˈseptɪd] ADJ [fact, idea, practice] → reconocido, establecido
it's the accepted thinges lo establecido, es la norma
he's an accepted expertes un experto reconocido (como tal)
it is not a socially accepted habites una costumbre que no es socialmente aceptable

accepted

[ækˈsɛptɪd] adj [idea] → répandu(e)
the accepted wisdom is that ... → il est admis que ...
accepted practice → usage m

accepted

adj truth, fact(allgemein) anerkannt; it’s the accepted thinges ist üblich or der Brauch; to do something because it is the accepted thingetw tun, weil es (eben) so üblich ist; accepted textoffizieller Text; socially acceptedgesellschaftsfähig

accept

(əkˈsept) verb
1. to take (something offered). He accepted the gift.
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.
acˈceptable adjective
1. satisfactory. The decision should be acceptable to most people.
2. pleasing. a very acceptable gift.
acˈceptably adverb
acˈceptance noun
We have had few acceptances to our invitation.
acˈcepted adjective
generally recognized. It is an accepted fact that the world is round.
References in classic literature ?
What the result must be was quite obvious, and yet Napoleon offered and Kutuzov accepted that battle.
Yet the shrewd and experienced Kutuzov accepted the battle, while Napoleon, who was said to be a commander of genius, gave it, losing a quarter of his army and lengthening his lines of communication still more.
Yes, you have betrayed our friendship, Makar Alexievitch, in that you have not been open with me; and, now that I see that your last coin has been spent upon dresses and bon-bons and excursions and books and visits to the theatre for me, I weep bitter tears for my unpardonable improvidence in having accepted these things without giving so much as a thought to your welfare.
After very little farther discourse, it was finally settled that the invitation should be fully accepted.
Without thinking about it, he accepted this disappearing into the wall as a peculiarity of his father, as milk and half- digested meat were peculiarities of his mother.
Thus, when he had bumped his nose on the back-wall a few times, he accepted that he would not disappear into walls.
Accept their bounty while ye may, Before we be accepted by the worms,"
His proposal of marriage being accepted by the lady, the commissary took his seat behind the proprieties with great decorum, and Mrs General drove until the commissary died.
Naturally the Romans accepted it, as they did everything of the kind that was, or might be, useful.
At first he accepted much of what people brought him--tea, sugar, white bread, milk, clothing, and fire-wood.
Certainly--she accepted, some time since, with as heavenly a 'yes' as ever came from the ruby lips of love.
If his father and mother accepted the invitation, Isabel's only objection to hastening the union would fall to the ground.