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ac·cred·it

 (ə-krĕd′ĭt)
tr.v. ac·cred·it·ed, ac·cred·it·ing, ac·cred·its
1.
a. To ascribe or attribute (something) to someone: The invention of the lightning rod is accredited to Franklin.
b. To give credit to: the writer who is accredited with having written the piece.
2.
a. To certify as meeting prescribed standards or requirements, as of a profession: a school that is accredited by the state's board of education.
b. To supply with credentials or authority, as of a government: accredit an envoy. See Synonyms at authorize.

[French accréditer : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + crédit, credit (from Old French; see credit).]

ac·cred′it·a·ble adj.

accredited

(əˈkrɛdɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) diplomacy appointed and having official credentials
2. (Education) education certified or guaranteed as meeting required standards
3. officially recognized; sanctioned; authorized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accredited - given official approval to actaccredited - given official approval to act; "an accredited college"; "commissioned broker"; "licensed pharmacist"; "authorized representative"
authorised, authorized - endowed with authority

accredited

Translations
مُعتَـمَـد، مُـفَـوَّض
akreditovaný
akkrediteret
akkreditáltmeghatalmazott
trúnaîarbundinn; viîurkenndur
akredituotas
akreditētspilnvarots
akreditovaný
karar yetkilitemsil-yetkili

accredited

[əˈkredɪtɪd] ADJ [source, supplier, agent] → autorizado

accredited

[əˈkrɛdɪtɪd] adj
[diplomat, journalist, representative] → accrédité(e)
[degree, qualification, college, laboratory, institution] → habilité(e)

accredited

[əˈkrɛdɪtɪd] adj (authorized) → accreditato/a

accredited

(əˈkreditid) adjective
officially recognized. the Queen's accredited representative.

accredited

a. acreditado-a.
References in classic literature ?
"My God!" exclaimed May, "and von Horn was accredited to be one of the shrewdest swindlers and adventurers in America!
It would be a scandal, and the universities were becoming severer in their treatment of accredited prep schools.
Machiavelli was the accredited agent of the Florentine Republic to Cesare Borgia (1478-1507) during the transactions which led up to the assassinations of the Orsini and Vitelli at Sinigalia, and along with his letters to his chiefs in Florence he has left an account, written ten years before "The Prince," of the proceedings of the duke in his "Descritione del modo tenuto dal duca Valentino nello ammazzare Vitellozzo Vitelli," etc., a translation of which is appended to the present work.
Letterblair, the accredited legal adviser of three generations of New York gentility, throned behind his mahogany desk in evident perplexity.
He had a considerable reputation in England as a critic and was the accredited exponent in this country of modern French literature.
At other times, I thought, What if the young man who was with so much difficulty restrained from imbruing his hands in me, should yield to a constitutional impatience, or should mistake the time, and should think himself accredited to my heart and liver to-night, instead of to-morrow!
I have here certain letters from Paris on which I would consult your young sagacity which is accredited to us by the most loyal Dona Rita."
"De Coude is accredited with being a master with the sword, and a splendid shot."
But Prince Maiyo is here, and stands apart from any accredited institution, although he has the confidence of his Ambassador and can command the entire devotion of his own secret service.
It was in Berlin that I met him, where, as an accredited international spy of the Iron Heel, I was received by him and afforded much assistance.
here are the accredited representatives of the law."
Rio de Janeiro is a cottage surrounded by four walls, and George Gaunt is accredited to a keeper, who has invested him with the order of the Strait-Waistcoat." These are the kinds of epitaphs which men pass over one another in Vanity Fair.

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