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accredited

adjective
 
 
/əˈkredɪtɪd/
officially accepted as being of a particular standard: If you use a fee-based debt management company, make sure they are accredited and adhere to best practice. The number of accredited online programs has grown. an accredited college/institution/school/university
→  See also recognized
Translations of “accredited”
in Spanish autorizado, reconocido…
in French accrédité…
in German (offiziell) anerkannt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 官方認可的, 獲正式承認的, 鑒定合格的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 官方认可的, 获正式承认的, 鉴定合格的…
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