Definitions for accepter
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to take or receive (something offered).
to receive with approval or favor:
to accept a proposal.
to receive or admit as adequate or satisfactory:
to accept an apology.
to respond or answer affirmatively to:
to accept an invitation.
to undertake the duties, responsibilities, or honors of:
to accept the office of president.
to admit formally, as to a college or club.
to accommodate or reconcile oneself to:
to accept the situation.
to regard as true or sound; believe.
to regard as normal, suitable, or usual.
to receive as to meaning; understand.
to agree to pay, as a draft.
to receive or contain (something attached, inserted, etc.):
This socket won't accept a three-pronged plug.
to receive (a transplanted organ or tissue) without adverse reaction.
Ref: Compare reject (def. 7). 7
(v.i.)to accept an invitation, gift, position, etc. (sometimes fol. by of).
Origin of accept:
1350–1400; ME < MF accepter < L acceptāre, freq. of accipere to receive = ac- ac - +-cipere,capere to take
A person who accepts; a taker.
A respecter; a viewer with partiality.
An acceptor; one that accepts an order or a bill of exchange.
a person who accepts; a taker
a respecter; a viewer with partiality
Translations for accepter
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to take (something offered)
He accepted the gift.
- يَقْبَل، يَتَقَبَّلArabic
- aceitarPortuguese (BR)
- tage imodDanish
- vastu võtmaEstonian
- ottaa vastaanFinnish
- स्वीकार करनाHindi
- pieņemt (piedāvājumu)Latvian
- ta imotNorwegian
- a accepta, a primiRomanian
- kabul etmek, almakTurkish
- 接受Chinese (Trad.)
- قبول کرناUrdu
- chấp nhậnVietnamese
- 接受Chinese (Simp.)
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