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recognise

US ['rekəgnaɪz]
UK ['rekəgnaɪz]
  • v.认识;承认;认出;辨别出
  • Web认可;是认可的意思
recognise
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v.
1.
认识;认出;辨别出to know who sb is or what sth is when you see or hear them, because you have seen or heard them or it before
I recognized him as soon as he came in the room.
他一进屋我就认出了他。
Do you recognize this tune?
你能听出这是哪支曲子吗?
I recognized her by her red hair.
我从她的红头发认出了她。
2.
承认;意识到to admit or to be aware that sth exists or is true
They recognized the need to take the problem seriously.
他们承认需要严肃对待这个问题。
Drugs were not recognized as a problem then.
那时候还没有把毒品看成是一个问题加以重视。
Nobody recognized how urgent the situation was.
当时没有人意识到形势有多么紧急。
We recognized that the task was not straightforward.
我们意识到这个任务并非轻而易举。
It was recognized that this solution could only be temporary.
人们意识到这只是个临时的解决方案。
Drugs were not recognized to be a problem then.
那时候还没有把毒品看成是一个问题加以重视。
3.
(正式)认可,接受,赞成to accept and approve of sb/sth officially
recognized qualifications
获得承认的资格
The UK has refused to recognize the new regime.
英国已拒绝承认这个新的政权。
He is recognized to be their natural leader.
人们都承认他是他们的当然领袖。
4.
赞赏;赏识;看重;公认to be thought of as very good or important by people in general
The book is now recognized as a classic.
这本书现在是一部公认的经典著作。
She's a recognized authority on the subject.
她在这个学科上被奉为权威。
5.
~ sb/sth
正式向…致谢;正式感谢to give sb official thanks for sth that they have done or achieved
His services to the state were recognized with the award of a knighthood.
他被封为爵士,以表彰他对国家的贡献。

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