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accredit

  • 1 accredit

    {ə'kredit}
    1. акредитирам (дипл. представи тел), упълномощавам
    2. приписвам, вярвам, че има (something to someone, someone with something ACCREDIT някому нещо,)
    3. приз навам (висше учебно заведение и пр.)
    4. вярвам
    5. потвърждавам, утвърждавам, (някого)
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    {ъ'kredit} v 1. акредитирам (дипл. представи тел), упълномощ
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    приписвам; акредитирам; доверявам (се);
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    1. акредитирам (дипл. представи тел), упълномощавам 2. вярвам 3. потвърждавам, утвърждавам, (някого) 4. приз навам (висше учебно заведение и пр.) 5. приписвам, вярвам, че има (something to someone, someone with something accredit някому нещо,)
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    accredit[ə´kredit] v 1. акредитирам (дипломатически представител); упълномощавам; 2. приписвам (to, with); to \accredit a thing to a person, to \accredit a person with a thing приписвам някому нещо; 3. доверявам; поверявам; 4. вярвам; разчитам; 5. признавам официално (учебно заведение и под.).

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  • Accredit — Ac*cred it, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Accredited}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Accrediting}.] [F. accr[ e]diter; [ a] (L. ad) + cr[ e]dit credit. See {Credit}.] 1. To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction. [1913 Webster] His… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accredit — I verb accept, affirm, approve, authenticate, authorize, certify, confirm, endorse, ratify, sanction, validate, vouch for associated concepts: accredited law school, accredited representative II index allow (authorize) …   Law dictionary

  • accredit — [v1] attribute responsibility or achievement ascribe, assign, charge, credit, refer; concepts 49,69 accredit [v2] give authorization or control appoint, approve, authorize, certify, commission, empower, enable, endorse, entrust, guarantee,… …   New thesaurus

  • accredit — ► VERB (accredited, accrediting) 1) (accredit to) attribute (something) to (someone). 2) give official authorization to. 3) send (a diplomat or journalist) to a particular place or post. DERIVATIVES accreditation noun …   English terms dictionary

  • accredit — (v.) 1610s, from Fr. accréditer, from à to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + créditer to credit (someone with a sum), from crédit credit (see CREDIT (Cf. credit)). Related: Accredited; accrediting …   Etymology dictionary

  • accredit — 1 certify, *approve, endorse, sanction Analogous words: recommend, *commend: vouch, attest, *certify Contrasted words: reject, repudiate (see DECLINE): *disapprove, deprecate 2 …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accredit — [ə kred′it] vt. [Fr accréditer, to give credit or authority < à, to + crédit, CREDIT] 1. to bring into credit or favor 2. to authorize; give credentials to [an accredited representative] 3. to believe in; take as true 4. to certify as meeting… …   English World dictionary

  • accredit — UK [əˈkredɪt] / US verb [transitive] Word forms accredit : present tense I/you/we/they accredit he/she/it accredits present participle accrediting past tense accredited past participle accredited 1) to state officially that a person or… …   English dictionary

  • accredit — verb /əˈkrɛdɪt/ a) To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction. His censure will ... accredit his praises. b) To send with letters credential, as an …   Wiktionary

  • accredit — v. (D; tr.) to accredit to (our envoy was accredited to their new government) * * * [ə kredɪt] (D;tr.) to accredit to (our envoy was accredited to their new government) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • accredit — /əˈkrɛdət / (say uh kreduht) verb (t) 1. to furnish (an officially recognised agent) with credentials: to accredit an envoy. 2. to certify as meeting official requirements. 3. to bring into credit; invest with credit or authority. 4. to believe.… …   Australian English dictionary