acceptverbuk us /əkˈsept/
accept verb (TAKE)
- After a lot of careful thought, she decided to accept their offer.
- She is too proud to accept any help.
- Do you think the seller will accept £196, 000 for the house?
- I don't usually accept lifts from strange men.
- A lot of shops won't accept cheques unless you have a cheque card with you.
accept verb (APPROVE)
- It is difficult for many people to accept a literal interpretation of the Bible.
- The committee decided with one voice to accept the proposal.
- While I accept that he's not perfect in many ways, I do actually quite like the man.
- He was a very stubborn man who refused to accept defeat.
- We must accept the results of a democratic election.
accept verb (BELIEVE)
- She can't accept she made a mistake and now she's trying to lay the blame on her assistant.
- Rationally, he knows that she won't ever go back to him, but emotionally he can't accept it.
- She refused to accept that she was wrong and stalked furiously out of the room.
- I had to accept that the relationship had run its course.
- It was a terrible struggle for him to accept her death.
- article of faith
- ascribe sth to sb
- believe in sth
- feel it in your bones idiom
- give sb the benefit of the doubt idiom
- incline to/towards sth
- see sth in sb/sth
- seeing is believing idiom
- swear by sth
- take sb's word for it idiom