accredit

US [əˈkredɪt]
UK [ə'kredɪt]
  • v.把…归于;认为(某事为某人所说、所做);委任;正式认可
  • Web授权;信任;相信
Simple Present:accredits  Present Participle:accrediting  Past Tense:accredited  
accredit
v.
1.
[usupass]
把…归于;认为(某事为某人所说、所做)to believe that sb is responsible for doing or saying sth
The discovery of distillation is usually accredited to the Arabs of the 11th century.
通常认为,蒸馏法是阿拉伯人在 11 世纪发明的。
The Arabs are usually accredited with the discovery of distillation.
通常认为,阿拉伯人发明了蒸馏法。
2.
[usupass]
~ sb to …
委任,委派(某人为大使等)to choose sb for an official position, especially as an ambassador
He was accredited to Madrid.
他被委任为驻马德里大使。
3.
~ sth/sb
正式认可to officially approve sth/sb as being of an accepted quality or standard
Institutions that do not meet the standards will not be accredited for teacher training.
没有达标的大专院校不会获得教师培训的资格。

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