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N-UNCOUNT 认识;识别;认出 Recognition is the act of recognizing someone or identifying something when you see it.
George said, 'Ida, how are you?' She frowned for a moment and then recognition dawned. 'George Black. Well, I never.'...
He searched for a sign of recognition on her face, but there was none.
N-UNCOUNT 承认;接受;理解 Recognition of something is an understanding and acceptance of it.
The CBI welcomed the Chancellor's recognition of the recession and hoped for a reduction in interest rates.
N-UNCOUNT （政府对他国的）外交认可，正式承认 When a government gives diplomatic recognition to another country, they officially accept that its status is valid.
South Africa gave diplomatic recognition to Rwanda's new government on September 15...
His government did not receive full recognition by Britain until July.
N-UNCOUNT 赞赏;好评;认可 When a person receives recognition for the things that they have done, people acknowledge the value or skill of their work.
At last, her father's work has received popular recognition...
He is an outstanding goalscorer who doesn't get the recognition he deserves.
PHRASE 面目全非;认不出来;无法辨认 If you say that someone or something has changed beyond recognition or out of all recognition, you mean that person or thing has changed so much that you can no longer recognize them.
The bodies were mutilated beyond recognition...
The facilities have improved beyond all recognition...
PREP-PHRASE 获官方认可;正式承认 If something is done in recognition of someone's achievements, it is done as a way of showing official appreciation of them.
Brazil normalised its diplomatic relations with South Africa in recognition of the steps taken to end apartheid...
He had just received a doctorate in recognition of his contributions to seismology.