1 > To show that one has noticed some fact or event
2 > To acknowledge the receipt of | SYN: receipt.
3 > To discern | SYN: recognize, know.
4 > To express obligation for | SYN: recognize.
5 > Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of
6 > Report the receipt of
7 > Express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with
8 > Accept as legally binding and valid
9 > Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
To attach; to admit; to administer, grant admittance to; apply; attach.
1 > To afford possibility | SYN: allow.
2 > To allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of | SYN: let in, include.
3 > To allow to enter; grant entry to | SYN: allow in, let in.
4 > To declare or acknowledge to be true | SYN: acknowledge.
5 > To give access or entrance to.
6 > To serve as a means of entrance.
7 > Have room for; hold without crowding
8 > Admit into a group or community
1 > To achieve harmony of opinion, feeling, or purpose.
2 > To be agreeable or suitable.
3 > To be in accord; be in agreement | SYN: concur.
4 > To consent or assent to a condition, or agree to do something:.
5 > To show grammatical agreement.
6 > Show grammatical agreement
7 > Go together
8 > Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
1 > To allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something | SYN: take into account.
2 > To allow the presence of | SYN: permit.
3 > To give or assign a share of money or time to a particular person or cause | SYN: appropriate, earmark, set aside, reserve.
4 > To grant as a discount or in exchange.
5 > To let have; to grant permission | SYN: grant.
ETYM See note under Rise.
1 > To be fully aware of; realize fully | SYN: take account.
2 > To recognize with gratitude; be grateful for.
3 > To gain in value, as of a currency | SYN: revalue.
4 > To increase the value, as of a currency.
ETYM Old Fren. aprouer; a (Latin ad) + a form apparently derived from the pro, prod, in Latin prodest it is useful or profitable, properly the preposition pro for. Related to Improve.
1 > To give sanction to | SYN: ok, okay, sanction.
2 > To judge to be right or commendable; think well of.
ETYM Old Fren. avouer, from Late Lat. votare to vow, from Latin votun. Related to Vote.
1 > To admit openly and bluntly; make no bones about | SYN: avouch.
2 > Openly acknowledge; affirm.
To yield or surrender.
To tell the whole story; confess
1 > To acknowledge defeat.
2 > To be willing to concede | SYN: yield, grant.
3 > To give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another | SYN: yield, cede, grant.
4 > To make a clean breast of | SYN: profess, confess.
5 > Admit, acknowledge; allow, grant; surrender
6 > Sport, allow opponent to score; admit defeat.
1 > To confess to God in the presence of a priest, as in the Catholic faith.
2 > To confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure | SYN: squeal, shrive.
drop down to
drop on to
To take up the cause or ideology of (beliefs, tasks, etc.) | SYN: embrace, sweep up, adapt.
make a confession
ETYM Old Eng. unnen to grant, permit, be pleased with, as. unnan to grant; akin to os. giunnan, German gönnen, Icel. unna; of uncertain origin. This word has been confused with own to possess. To have ownership or possession of | SYN: have, possess.
1 > To promise, as in religious orders; take a vow.
2 > To claim to be proficient.
3 > To confess one's faith in, or allegiance to
ETYM Written also recognise.
(Alternate spelling: recognise).
1 > To identify from past experience.
2 > To be fully aware or cognizant of | SYN: realize, agnize, agnise.
3 > To detect with the senses | SYN: distinguish, discern, pick out, make out, tell apart.
4 > To perceive to be the same.
5 > To show approval or appreciation of.
1 > To dedicate to a deity by a vow | SYN: consecrate.
2 > To make a vow; promise.
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