- v.承认( acknowledge的过去式和过去分词 ); 鸣谢; 对…打招呼; 告知已收到;
He acknowledged the sense of betrayal by civil rights leaders.
Laura acknowledged this compliment with a negligent wave of her left hand.
There is an acknowledged risk of lung cancer from radon.
He acknowledged the applause with a small bow.
He is also acknowledged as an excellent goal-keeper.
He acknowledged publicly that he might have made a mistake.
The police acknowledged that three police vehicles were damaged.
Some scores of people acknowledged that there was a crisis.
John acknowledged Jill's invaluable help.
He grudgingly acknowledged having made a mistake.
He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.
I acknowledged him as an authority.
He was acknowledged as an able statesman.
They acknowledged the enthusiastic plaudits of the crowd.
He acknowledged that Mr Taylor's colour and ethnic origins were utterly irrelevant in the circumstances.
When it gets a little boring, I might pull it out," acknowledged Naomi Pugh, a first-year student at Freed- Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn.
And though one of the executives acknowledged that Brutus had the good of the republic in mind, Caesar was nevertheless his superior.
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Her years of hard work have finally been acknowledged after a customer nominated her to be cheshire's woman of the year.
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1. recognized or made known or admitted;
"the acknowledged leader of the community"
"a woman of acknowledged accomplishments"
"his acknowledged error"
2. generally accepted