recognizeverb(UK usually recognise) uk us /ˈrek.əɡ.naɪz/
recognize verb (KNOW)
- He put on a large hat and glasses as a disguise and hoped no one would recognize him.
- His red hair and short stature made him easy to recognize.
- As we drew alongside the black car, I suddenly recognized my ex-boyfriend at the wheel.
- Many distant relatives, most of whom I hardly recognized, turned up for my brother's wedding.
- He'd completely changed - I didn't recognize him.
recognize verb (ACCEPT)
- The country has de facto independence now, and it will soon be recognized de jure by the world's governments.
- His pre-eminence in his subject is internationally recognized.
- We need to recognize that we are now living in a plural society.
- Alcoholics often have to hit rock bottom before they recognize that they have a problem.
- Steiner was recognized as an original if unorthodox thinker.
- 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
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