- v accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
We do not recognize your gods
- v be fully aware or cognizant of
- v detect with the senses
- v perceive to be the same
- v grant credentials to
The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution
recognize an academic degree
- v express greetings upon meeting someone
- v express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for
- v exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate)
- v show approval or appreciation of
My work is not recognized by anybody!
The best student was recognized by the Dean
- Researchers may have found a way to identify those most at risk of developing the neurological disorder simply by asking them whether they recognize celebrities such as Britney .
- Why recognize Pakistan, which produces nuclear weapons and helped create the Taliban, and not recognize Libya, which has been trying to cultivate our approval for almost a decade.
- Several veterans of the McCain 2000 campaign told PTI that they barely recognize the McCain of 2008, but most of them also noted that the McCain of 2000 lost.
- Helen Thomas in Washington Post
I deeply regret my comments I made last week regarding the Israelis and the Palestinians,Thomas said in a statement Monday. "They do not reflect my heart-felt belief that pace will come to the Middle East only when all parties recognize...
- Elena Kagan in Toronto Sun
Kagan said the court must ensure the government never oversteps its bounds, but "must also recognize the limits on itself and respect the choices made by the American people."
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Some of the countries engaging in these behaviors still claim to be democracies,Clinton said. "Democracies don't fear their own people. They recognize that citizens must be free to come together, to advocate and agitate."