acknowledges

All Verb
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  • He also acknowledges that his work has a strong comic book influence.
  • He was only five years old when he started singing and acknowledges his father as his first voice coach.
  • However, she also acknowledges his suffering and offers kind words of support.
  • He acknowledges having used the term previously in a different sense.
  • He is moved and acknowledges her as his daughter-in-law.
  • It is possible to marry more than one, although the ending only acknowledges one of them.
  • New York Center acknowledges and says it will pass the information on.
  • The resolution also acknowledges that these principles must be part of an accepted settlement.
  • If their claims are true, he acknowledges that they have received a great blessing.
  • Arthur acknowledges that he shall perhaps come again to try to create another perfect Round Table.
  • He denies his father's offer and after this point he no longer acknowledges his birth parents.
  • The law also acknowledges that the operator will not need to pay attention while the car is operating itself.
  • In literature and video games, it occurs when a character acknowledges the reader or player.
  • Wittig acknowledges that these two social classes exist because of the social relationship between men and women.
  • She acknowledges her love for Brad but states she will never be able to trust him again.
  • She offers to try and help Catherine, but acknowledges it can go either way.
  • The report acknowledges the recent positive impact of many initiatives currently in place and under way.
  • Carrot himself never uses his royal powers or acknowledges his royal heritage.
  • He acknowledges that she changed his life "beyond recognition" by improving his health and his career.
  • This award acknowledges the interest in this type of building by the architectural community of the time.
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Root form of acknowledges is acknowledge for the verb.

Meaning of acknowledges

  • verb Report the receipt of
    The program committee acknowledged the submission of the authors of the paper
  • verb Express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for
    We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us
  • verb Accept as legally binding and valid
    acknowledge the deed
  • verb Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
    The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods