Accepted in spanish


pronunciation: ɑθeptɑdoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

accept = aceptar, acoger, recibir, dar acogida. 

Example: Personal authorship has been accepted for some time, and indeed reflects the scholarly practice of the western world.


» accept + a challenge = aceptar un reto, aceptar un desafío.

Example: If you're confident in your belief, then simply accept the challenge and try to prove me wrong.

» accept + a decision = aceptar una decisión.

Example: In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who cause them no anxiety, who quietly accept their decisions, who praise them.

» accept + an invitation = aceptar una invitación.

Example: Representatives of bodies involved in similar work accepted an invitation to pool their resources.

» accept + an offer = aceptar una oferta.

Example: If you accept her offer then she will turn you into a fairy.

» accept + a notion = aceptar una idea.

Example: As the services prove their value and as librarians and their clientele continue to push for subsidization, society and the legislators will gradually accept the notion that at least some of these new expensive services are deserving of support.

» accept + a situation = aceptar una situación.

Example: When a library becomes rigid in its organizational and operational structure, the general trend of the employee is either to accept the situation passively, to revolt and leave, or to unionize.

» accept + Nombre + at face value = aceptar tal cual, tomar en sentido literal.

Example: Shareholders and industry watchers can find it difficult to see the true state of a company if they accept the accounts at face value.

» accept + Nombre + on faith = aceptar Algo sin cuestionar, aceptar Algo por fe.

Example: If it sounds legitimate and you want to believe it then try to verify it first somehow, don't just accept it on faith.

» accept + Nombre + on trust = aceptar de buena fe, aceptar sin cuestionar, fiarse de, confiar en.

Example: A difficulty with their analysis is that one has been obliged to accept it on trust; very little empirical evidence is provided.

» accept + reality = aceptar la realidad.

Example: The starting point for financial recovery is to stop wallowing in your misery and accept reality.

» accept + the circumstances = aceptar las circunstancias, inclinarse ante las circunstancias.

Example: We each have a different ways of coping with stress situations and our own attitudes influence how we accept the circumstances.

» accept + the inevitable = aceptar lo inevitable.

Example: For hundreds of years man has accepted the inevitable, those life situations labeled as `fate' and thus insurmountable by any means.

» wholeheartedly + accept = aceptar incondicionalmente.

Example: Despite being a staunch opponent to it, the Prime Minister has said he will 'wholeheartedly accept' same-sex marriage if the public approves it with a vote.



» accepted wisdom = opinión general, sabiduría general.

Example: It is accepted wisdom that documents should be represented in terms of their logical structure rather than their appearance.

» be thoroughly accepted = ser completamente aceptado, tomar carta de naturaleza, adquirir carta de naturaleza.

Example: Black magic protection talismans have been thoroughly accepted as a shield against black magic by people all around the world.

» internationally accepted = aceptado internacionalmente.

Example: In the interests of consistency, and in order to introduce the possibility of matching entries in different databases, it is preferable that document citations are in line with some internationally accepted standard.

» well-accepted = bien aceptado.

Example: Use specific and well-accepted terms for particular categories (such as materials, processes and products).

» widely accepted = aceptado por todos, ampliamente aceptado.

Example: Computerised management information systems (MIS) are not widely accepted in libraries.

Accepted synonyms

standard in spanish: estándar, pronunciation: stændɜrd part of speech: adjective, noun conventional in spanish: convencional, pronunciation: kənvenʃənəl part of speech: adjective established in spanish: establecido, pronunciation: ɪstæblɪʃt part of speech: adjective acceptable in spanish: aceptable, pronunciation: ækseptəbəl part of speech: adjective received in spanish: recibido, pronunciation: rəsivd part of speech: adjective acknowledged in spanish: admitido, pronunciation: æknɑlɪdʒd part of speech: adjective recognized in spanish: Reconocido, pronunciation: rekəgnaɪzd part of speech: adjective undisputed in spanish: indiscutible, pronunciation: əndɪspjutɪd part of speech: adjective uncontroversial in spanish: incontrovertido, pronunciation: ənkɑntrəvɜrʃəl part of speech: adjective noncontroversial in spanish: nada cotroversial, pronunciation: nɑnkɑntrəvɜrʃəl part of speech: adjective
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