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to accept something

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  • accept something at its face value — v. accept something as is …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accept something as gospel truth — accept/take (something) as gospel (truth) to believe that something is completely true. You shouldn t accept as gospel everything you read in the newspapers …   New idioms dictionary

  • accept something as gospel — accept/take (something) as gospel (truth) to believe that something is completely true. You shouldn t accept as gospel everything you read in the newspapers …   New idioms dictionary

  • to persuade someone to accept something totally unnecessary or useless. —     It s not surprising he was named salesman of the year . He could sell     ice to Eskimos! …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • 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/take something on faith — accept/take (something) on faith : to accept (something) as true without proof or evidence that it is true I m not willing to take her statements on faith. I ll accept it on faith that he knows the truth. • • • Main Entry: ↑faith …   Useful english dictionary

  • accept/take on faith — accept/take (something) on faith : to accept (something) as true without proof or evidence that it is true I m not willing to take her statements on faith. I ll accept it on faith that he knows the truth. • • • Main Entry: ↑faith …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

  • accept*/*/*/ — [əkˈsept] verb 1) [T] to take something that someone gives you It gives me great pleasure to accept this award.[/ex] Two police officers were accused of accepting bribes.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to say yes to an invitation, offer, or suggestion Ant: reject …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • accept — [[t]ækse̱pt[/t]] ♦ accepts, accepting, accepted 1) VERB If you accept something that you have been offered, you say yes to it or agree to take it. [V n] Eventually Stella persuaded her to accept an offer of marriage... [V n] Your old clothes will …   English dictionary

  • Accept — Pays d’origine  Allemagne Genre musical Heavy metal Speed metal Hard FM (Eat the Heat) Hard Rock A …   Wikipédia en Français

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