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- v. To recognize.
- v. To acknowledge; confess (often with "of" or "on"), reveal, disclose, realize
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To recognize.
- transitive v. To acknowledge; to confess.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To recognize; acknowledge; confess.
If we are really going to address this problem, then we must acknow-ledge that chance means sacrifice.
At General Motors Co., executives have openly acknow ledged they hope GM's battery-powered Chevrolet Volt, due out later this year, will have a "Prius effect" on the company.
Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda acknow ledged over the weekend that coordinated intervention, in which other major central banks would sell the yen alongside the Bank of Japan, would be "difficult" to implement.
President Obama pledged to end the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military, but acknow ...
With acknow-ledgment of our fervour of the first instant he remains years most fainfully.
That could not be, if I were not right; and if the person were not too unworthy of you, to be acknow-edged.
My gratitude will ever prompt me to acknow-ledge your goodness to me as a condescension.
And is it a crime to acknow-ledge, that they are so well disposed to a worthy ob — ject?
You may admire at my confidence; but I thank you for the manly freedom of your acknow-ledgment in general.
He is full of acknow-ledgments upon it; and so he ought to be.