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Translation of "acknowledge" - English-Spanish dictionary

acknowledge

verb   /əkˈnɒl·ɪdʒ/ ( present participle acknowledging, past tense and past participle acknowledged)
to accept that something is true or exists reconocer He acknowledged that there was a problem.
to tell someone in a letter that you have received what they sent you acusar recibo de Did they acknowledge your letter?
(Definition of acknowledge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

acknowledge

verb /əkˈnolidʒ/
to admit as being fact reconocer, admitir He acknowledged defeat She acknowledged that I was right.
to recognize that someone or something is important or good Reconocido He is widely acknowledged as the best football player in the world.
to say (usually in writing) that one has received (something) acusar recibo (de) He acknowledged the letter.
to give thanks for agradecer, expresar agradecimiento (por) She acknowledged their help.
to greet someone saludar He acknowledged her by waving.
acknowledgement noun ( acknowledgment)
reconocimiento, muestra de agradecimiento Franklin obtained an honorary degree from Yale as acknowledgement of his contributions to science.
(Definition of acknowledge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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