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rec·og·nize

 (rĕk′əg-nīz′)
tr.v. rec·og·nized, rec·og·niz·ing, rec·og·niz·es
1. To know to be something that has been perceived before: recognize a face.
2. To know or identify from past experience or knowledge: recognize hostility.
3. To perceive or show acceptance of the validity or reality of: recognizes the concerns of the tenants.
4. To permit to address a meeting: The club's president recognized the new member.
5. To accept officially the national status of as a new government.
6. To show awareness of; approve of or appreciate: recognize services rendered.
7. To admit the acquaintance of, as by salutation: recognize an old friend with a cheerful greeting.
8. Law To enter into a recognizance.
9. Biology To exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate, for example).

[Middle English recognisen, to resume possession of land, alteration (influenced by Medieval Latin recognizāre, to recognize) of Old French reconoistre, reconoiss-, to know again, from Latin recognōscere : re-, re- + cognōscere, to get to know; see gnō- in Indo-European roots.]

rec′og·niz′a·ble adj.
rec′og·niz′a·bly adv.
rec′og·niz′er n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.recognizable - easily perceived; easy to become aware of; "this situation produces recognizable stress symptoms"
perceptible - capable of being perceived by the mind or senses; "a perceptible limp"; "easily perceptible sounds"; "perceptible changes in behavior"
2.recognizable - capable of being recognized
identifiable - capable of being identified
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recognizable

adjective notable, distinct, noticeable, conspicuous, unmistakable, identifiable, detectable, perceptible, distinguishable the world's most recognizable athlete
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Translations
rozeznatelnýrozpoznatelnývýraznýzjistitelný
genkendelig
tunnistettava
prepoznatljiv
megismerhetõ
òekkjanlegur
認識できる
알아볼 수 있는
poznateľný
igenkännlig
ซึ่งสามารถจำได้
có thể nhận ra

recognizable

[ˈrekəgnaɪzəbl] ADJreconocible
it is recognizable asse le reconoce or identifica como ...
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recognizable

[ˌrɛkəgˈnaɪzəbəl] recognisable (British) adjreconnaissable
She was hardly recognizable in that enormous hat
BUT On la reconnaissait à peine avec cet immense chapeau.
recognizable by → reconnaissable à
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recognizable

adjerkennbar; you’re scarcely recognizable with that beardSie sind mit dem Bart kaum zu erkennen; Poland is no longer recognizable as the country I knew in 1940Polen ist nicht mehr das Land, das ich 1940 kannte
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recognizable

[ˈrɛkəgˌnaɪzəbl] adj recognizable (by)riconoscibile (a or da)
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recognize,

recognise

(ˈrekəgnaiz) verb
1. to see, hear etc (a person, thing etc) and know who or what that person, thing etc is, because one has seen or heard him, it etc before. I recognized his voice/handwriting; I recognized him by his voice.
2. to admit, acknowledge. Everyone recognized his skill.
3. to be willing to have political relations with. Many countries were unwilling to recognize the new republic.
4. to accept as valid, well-qualified etc. I don't recognize the authority of this court.
ˌrecogˈnizable, ˌrecogˈnisable adjective
(negative unrecognizable).
ˌrecogˈnizably, ˌrecogˈnisably adverb
ˌrecogˈnition (-ˈniʃən) noun
the act or state of recognizing or being recognized. They gave the boy a medal in recognition of his courage; I said hello to him but he showed no recognition.
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recognizable

يـُمْكِنُ التَعَرُّفُ عَلَيْه výrazný genkendelig erkennbar αναγνωρίσιμος reconocible tunnistettava reconnaissable prepoznatljiv riconoscibile 認識できる 알아볼 수 있는 herkenbaar gjenkjennelig rozpoznawalny reconhecível узнаваемый igenkännlig ซึ่งสามารถจำได้ tanınabilir có thể nhận ra 可辨认的
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Were Robert Jenrick, the new Secretary of State in the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), female, it might have boosted his recognisability and simultaneously helped the reiterated Johnson team campaign pledge to appoint a Cabinet containing a record number of women, which some commentators quickly pronounced as BBP (Broken Boris Promise) No.1.
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I also co-operated with David ME-ller, member of the famous quartet Il Divo, Peter Soave, the world's most noted bandoneonist and accordion player, and many others." In 2008, Ana received the honorary status of free artist, joining an exclusive club of individuals whose activity influences and shapes development and recognisability of Croatian culture worldwide.
Perhaps the candidate with the most colour and recognisability is reality star Ksenia Sobchak.
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Humanity Line, Slingshot Line and Diamond DLO, giving the car instant recognisability.'
By assigning squad numbers for an entire season it would give players a badly needed extra layer of recognisability.
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Stating that the variations on the Emperor's Hymn represent a kind of metamorphosis from Lied to string quartet, he references the hymn's original status as a government commission and its recognisability while considering Haydn's avoidance of demanding polyphony or strict counterpoint, instead noting that the postlude which rises from the final pitch of the Lied points toward a solution of negotiating the relationship between vocal and instrumental idioms.