accept translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "accept" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb /əkˈsept/
to take (something offered)
She graciously accepted the gift.
to believe in, agree to or acknowledge
We accept your account of what happened Their proposal was accepted He accepted responsibility for the accident.
to allow someone to join an organization, attend a university course etc
She got accepted to her top-choice college.
to make someone new feel welcome and part of a group
New residents are accepted gladly into the community.
to allow customers to pay for goods or services in a particular way
Do you accept credit cards?
acceptability noun
We are considering the acceptability of this approach to dealing with the problem.
acceptable adjective (opposite unacceptable) satisfactory
The decision should be acceptable to most people.
a very acceptable gift.
acceptably adverb
aceptablemente, adecuadamente
Trade winds keep the temperature to an acceptably comfortable level.
acceptance noun
the acceptance of a job offer.
accepted adjective generally recognized
It is an accepted fact that the world is round.
(Definition of accept from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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