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Translation of "recognize" - English-Spanish dictionary

recognize

verb ( present participle recognizing, past tense and past participle recognized) ( UK usually -ise)   /ˈrek·əɡ·naɪz/
B1 to know someone or something because you have seen them before reconocer I recognized her from her picture.
to accept that something is true or real reconocer Smoking is recognized as a leading cause of lung cancer.
(Definition of recognize from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

recognize

verb /ˈrekəɡnaiz/
to see, hear etc (a person, thing etc ) and know who or what that person, thing etc is, because one has seen or heard him, it etc before reconocer I recognized his voice/handwriting I recognized him by his voice.
to admit, acknowledge reconocer Everyone recognized his skill.
to be willing to have political relations with reconocer Many countries were unwilling to recognize the new republic.
to accept as valid, well-qualified etc reconocer I don’t recognize the authority of this court.
recognizable adjective ( (also recognisableBritish))
(opposite unrecognizable). reconocible
recognizably adverb ( (also recognisablyBritish))
de modo reconocible
recognition /-ˈniʃən/ noun
the act or state of recognizing or being recognized reconocimiento They gave the boy a medal in recognition of his courage I said hello to him but he showed no recognition.
(Definition of recognize from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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