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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To admit the existence, reality, or truth of.
- verb-transitive: To recognize as being valid or having force or power.
- verb-transitive: To express recognition of: acknowledge a friend's smile.
- verb-transitive: To express thanks or gratitude for.
- verb-transitive: To report the receipt of: acknowledge a letter.
- verb-transitive: Law To accept or certify as legally binding: acknowledge a deed.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- Because they are evil people who would be the first to nail Christ to the cross if he ever did try to come back. pezmiztix says: what you are failing to acknowledge is obama has done nothing but focus on pushing his ideological agenda upon the country INSTEAD off focusing on the needs of the country
- January 23rd, 2010 at 6: 30 pm ralph the wonder llama says: pezmiztix says: what you are failing to acknowledge is obama has done nothing but focus on pushing his ideological agenda upon the country INSTEAD off focusing on the needs of the country
- But what they refuse to acknowledge is that the Bush Administration lied about the necessity for going to war, and that they knew the things they were syaing were not true.
- What the Mayor and all other tunnel fear-mongers refuse to acknowledge is that, according to the Attorney General, the state probably cannot even require the city to pay cost overruns.
- Another thing they will not acknowledge is the make-up of the force arresting and deporting these criminal entrants.
- v pripažinti
- patvirtinti gavimą (laiško ir pan.)
- apdovanoti (už paslaugą)
ack(n) sutr. acknowledge(d) (pa)tvirtinu, kad gauta (raštelis)
tree of knowledge
thirst for knowledge