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Translation of "accept" - English-Turkish dictionary

accept

verb     /əkˈsept/
AGREE [I, T]
B1 to agree to take something that is offered to you almak, kabul etmek to accept an invitation/offer He won't accept advice from anyone.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
ADMIT [T]
B2 to admit that something is true, often something unpleasant genelde hoş olmayan bir şeyin doğru olduğunu kabul ve itiraf etmek [+ (that)] He refuses to accept that he's made a mistake.Admitting and confessing
ALLOW TO JOIN [T]
B2 to allow someone to join an organization or become part of a group birini bir kuruluşa kabul etmek, katılımına izin vermek She's been accepted by two universities.Joining and leaving groups and organizations
accept responsibility/blame
B2 to admit that you caused something bad that happened sorumluluğu kabul etmek, suçlamayı üstlenmek The company has now accepted responsibility for the accident.Admitting and confessing
UNDERSTAND [T]
to understand that you cannot change a very sad or unpleasant situation bir durumu olduğu gibi kabullenmek The hardest part is accepting the fact that you'll never see that person again.Accepting and agreeing reluctantlyAccepting and agreeingApproving and approval
(Definition of accept from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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