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to accept an invitation

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  • accept — [ak sept′, əksept′] vt. [ME accepten < OFr accepter < L acceptare < pp. stem of accipere < ad , to + capere, to take: see HAVE] 1. to take (what is offered or given); receive, esp. willingly 2. to receive favorably; approve [to accept …   English World dictionary

  • invitation — noun 1 (C) a written or spoken request to someone, inviting them to go somewhere or do something (+ to): Did you get an invitation to the party? | invitation to do sth: Shortly afterwards, Dawson received an invitation to speak at a scientific… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • accept — verb 1 GIFT/OFFER/INVITATION (I, T) to take something that someone offers you, or to agree to do something that someone asked you to do: Please accept this small gift. | I ve decided to accept the job. | Are you going to accept their invitation?… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • accept — /ak sept /, v.t. 1. to take or receive (something offered); receive with approval or favor: to accept a present; to accept a proposal. 2. to agree or consent to; accede to: to accept a treaty; to accept an apology. 3. to respond or answer… …   Universalium

  • accept — ac•cept [[t]ækˈsɛpt[/t]] v. t. 1) to take or receive (something offered) 2) to receive with approval or favor: to accept a proposal[/ex] 3) to receive or admit as adequate or satisfactory: to accept an apology[/ex] 4) to respond or answer… …   From formal English to slang

  • invitation — in|vi|ta|tion [ˌınvıˈteıʃən] n 1.) a written or spoken request to someone, inviting them to go somewhere or do something ▪ Shortly afterwards, Dawson received an invitation to speak at a scientific conference. ▪ She accepted his invitation to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Invitation to treat — (or invitation to bargain in the United States) is a contract law term. It comes from the Latin phrase invitatio ad offerendum and means inviting an offer . Or as Andrew Burrows writes, an invitation to treat is an expression of willingness to… …   Wikipedia

  • accept — ac‧cept [əkˈsept] verb [intransitive, transitive] 1. to take or agree to take something that has been offered: • The steel workers have accepted a 3% wage offer. accept something from somebody • Doctors should not accept expensive gifts from… …   Financial and business terms

  • accept — accept, except There is little danger of confusion in spoken contexts, since all they have in common is their similar pronunciation in running discourse, but their spelling is open to confusion. David Crystal reports in his book Who Cares About… …   Modern English usage

  • accept — ac|cept W1S1 [əkˈsept] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(gift/offer/invitation)¦ 2¦(situation/problem etc)¦ 3¦(think somebody/something is good enough)¦ 4¦(become part of a group)¦ 5¦(agree to take/deal with something)¦ 6¦(suggestion/advice)¦ 7¦(believe an… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • accept — verb 1 take/receive ADVERB ▪ eagerly, gladly, graciously, gratefully, willingly ▪ She graciously accepted my apology. ▪ reluctantly …   Collocations dictionary

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