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Translation of "recognition" - English-Turkish dictionary

recognition

noun     /ˌrekəɡˈnɪʃən/
ACCEPT [U, no plural]
when you accept that something is true or real tanıma There is a growing recognition of the scale of the problem. [+ that] There is a general recognition that she's the best person for the job.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approvalBelieving
HONOUR [U]
when someone is publicly thanked for something good that they have done takdir; toplum önünde takdir etme Ellen gained recognition for her outstanding work. He was given a medal in recognition of his bravery.Fame and famousShowing respect and admiration
KNOW [U]
when you know something or someone because you have seen or experienced them before önceden gördüğü denediğini tekrar tanıma/farketme I waved at her, but she showed no sign of recognition.Understanding and comprehending
(Definition of recognition from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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