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1 acceptance

The mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true:
— Acceptance of Newtonian mechanics was unquestioned for 200 years.

synonym: credence.

Roget 785: receiving etc. v.; acquisition etc. 775; reception etc. (introduction) 296; suscipiency, acceptance, admission.    recipient, ... show more

Roget 771: security; guaranty, guarantee; gage, warranty, bond, tie, pledge, plight, mortgage, collateral, debenture, hypothecation, ... show more

Roget 488: assent, assentment; acquiescence, admission; nod; accord, concord, concordance; agreement etc. 23; affirmance, affirmation; recognition, ... show more

Roget 762: consent; assent etc. 488; acquiescence; approval etc. 931; compliance, agreement, concession; yieldance, yieldingness; accession, ... show more

Dutch: aanvaarding

2 acceptance

The act of accepting with approval; favorable reception:
— The proposal found wide acceptance.

synonyms: acceptation, adoption, espousal.

Roget 522: interpretation, definition; explanation, explication; solution, answer; rationale; plain interpretation, simple interpretation, strict interpretation; meaning etc. 516.    translation; ... show more

Dutch: aanvaarding, acceptatie, bijval, weerklank
Polish: aprobata, akceptacja

3 acceptance

The state of being acceptable and accepted.

4 acceptance

contract law Words signifying consent to the terms of an offer (thereby creating a contract).

Polish: akcept

5 acceptance

Banking: a time draft drawn on and accepted by a bank.

synonym: banker's acceptance.

6 acceptance

A disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations.

synonyms: sufferance, toleration.

7 acceptance

The act of taking something that is offered.

Dutch: aanvaarding

Moby thesaurus: CD, IOU, John Hancock, MO, OK, acceptance bill, acceptation, acception, accession, accord, acknowledgment, acquiescence, acquisition, adherence, admiration, admission, admittance, adoption, affiliation, affirmance ... show more.

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