Acknowledged: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Hypernym Attributes
admit 64 Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of He admitted his errors, She acknowledged that she might have forgotten Verb No Data deny declare No Data
recognize 33 Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods Verb No Data No Data accept No Data
know 10 Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods Verb No Data No Data accept No Data
acknowledge 5 Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of He admitted his errors, She acknowledged that she might have forgotten Verb No Data No Data declare No Data
acknowledge 3 Report the receipt of The program committee acknowledged the submission of the authors of the paper Verb No Data No Data communicate No Data
acknowledge 2 Express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with He never acknowledges his colleagues when they run into him in the hallway, She acknowledged his complement with a smile, “it is important to acknowledge the work of others in one’s own writing” Verb No Data No Data react No Data
recognize 2 Express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us Verb No Data No Data thank No Data
acknowledge 1 Express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us Verb No Data No Data thank No Data
receipt 0 Report the receipt of The program committee acknowledged the submission of the authors of the paper Verb No Data No Data communicate No Data
notice 0 Express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with He never acknowledges his colleagues when they run into him in the hallway, She acknowledged his complement with a smile, “it is important to acknowledge the work of others in one’s own writing” Verb No Data No Data react No Data
recognise 0 Express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us Verb No Data No Data thank No Data
acknowledge 0 Accept as legally binding and valid acknowledge the deed Verb No Data No Data accept No Data
acknowledge 0 Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods Verb No Data No Data accept No Data
recognise 0 Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods Verb No Data No Data accept No Data
acknowledged 0 Recognized or made known or admitted the acknowledged leader of the community, a woman of acknowledged accomplishments, his acknowledged error Adjective accepted, assumptive, declarable, given, putative, self-confessed unacknowledged No Data recognition
acknowledged 0 Generally accepted No Data Adjective unquestionable No Data No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Acknowledged" have?

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The word "Acknowledged" has 16 meanings. The most frequent meaning is admit.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Acknowledged"?

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Is the word "Acknowledged" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Acknowledged" has a maximum frequency of 64.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Acknowledged"?

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The word "Acknowledged" has 7 synonyms which are: accepted, assumptive, declarable, given, putative, self-confessed, unquestionable.

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