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recognized

adjective uk   us   /ˈrek.əɡ.naɪzd/
If someone or something is recognized, it is generally accepted that that person or thing has a particular position or quality: Professor Jones is a recognized authority on ancient Egypt. Violence in schools is a recognized problem.
Translations of “recognized”
in Chinese (Traditional) 公認的, 認可的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公认的, 认可的…
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