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Англо-русский строительный словарь - accept

 

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accept

принимать (напр. строительные работы); одобрять; признавать

to accept a draft — акцептовать тратту

to accept a lot — принимать партию (напр. материалов)

to accept equipment — производить приёмку оборудования

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  v.  1) принимать - accept an offer - accept in deposit - accept bribes - accept equipment - accept the resignation of the cabinet  2) допускать; соглашаться; признавать I accept the correctness of your statement - признаю правильность вашего утверждения  3) относиться благосклонно  4) comm. акцептовать (вексель)  5) biol. не вызывать отторжения to accept persons - проявлять лицеприятие ACCEPT the resignation of the cabinet принять отставку правительства ACCEPT an offer принять предложение ACCEPT bribes брать взятки ACCEPT equipment производить приёмку оборудования ACCEPT in deposit принимать на хранение ...
Англо-русский словарь
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  1. принимать; брать предложенное to accept a present —- принять подарок to accept in deposit —- принимать на хранение to accept bribes —- брать взятки to accept equipment —- производить приемку оборудования 2. соглашаться; реагировать положительно to accept office —- согласиться занять должность to accept the resignation of the cabinet —- принять отставку правительства to accept an offer —- принять предложение he proposed and she accepted him —- он сделал предложение, и она согласилась 3. признавать, принимать, допускать to accept smb.'s views —- признавать чьи-лю взгляды to accept smth. at its face-value —- принимать что-л. за чистую монету to accept as valid and binding —- юр. признать действительным и обязательным he refused to accept the hypothesis —- он решительно отверг эту гипотезу the idea of universal education is widely accepted —- идея всеобщего образования получила широкое признание 4. верить the teacher won't accept your excuse —- такой отговорке учитель не поверит to accept Catholicism —- перейти в католичество 5. принимать как неизбежное; мириться с чем-л. to accept poor living conditions —- мириться с плохими условиями жизни to accept the situation —- мириться с положением 6. принимать (в клуб и т. п.); считать кого-л. приемлемым или подходящим they accepted her as one of the group —- они приняли ее в свою среду he is accepted in this house —- его в...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
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  1) воспринимать; акцептировать 2) связывать ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский биологический словарь
4.
  гл. 1) общ. принимать, брать (предложенное) to accept a proposal — принять предложение to accept a present — принять подарок to accept blame — принять вину на себя to accept liability for smth. — принять на себя обязательства по чему-л. 2) общ. соглашаться, допускать, признавать; считать приемлемым, подходящим; принимать, мириться to accept hypothesis — принять гипотезу Syn: acknowledge 3) стат. принимать на некотором уровне значимости 4) общ. принимать (кого-либо куда-либо) to accept for employment — принять на работу 5) банк., фин. акцептовать (вексель, чек, счет), принимать к оплате to accept a bill — акцептовать вексель to accept a draft — акцептовать тратту See: acceptance 6) юр., пол. одобрить, утвердить (преимущественно о законодательном органе, но также о любом другом органе власти) to accept a patent application — утвердить заявку на патент ACCEPT гл. 1) принимать, допускать 2) соглашаться • - accept a bill for honor - accept a contract - accept a draft - accept a lot - accept a pledge - accept blame - accept checks - accept criticism graciously - accept deposits - accept for employment - accept in payment - accept the goods - acceptable profit ACCEPT 1) акцептовать 2) принимать, признавать; соглашаться – to accept an amendment – to accept a disclosure – to accept a patent application – to accept a patent specification – to accept the terms of a contract – to accept to advertise ACCEPT гл. 1) общ. принимать, брать...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
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  принимать (работы, материалы) акцептировать (счета) воспринимать (нагрузку) ...
Англо-русский строительный словарь
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  v.tr. 1 (also absol.) consent to receive (a thing offered). 2 (also absol.) give an affirmative answer to (an offer or proposal). 3 regard favourably; treat as welcome (her mother-in-law never accepted her). 4 a believe, receive (an opinion, explanation, etc.) as adequate or valid. b be prepared to subscribe to (a belief, philosophy, etc.). 5 receive as suitable (the hotel accepts traveller's cheques; the machine only accepts tokens). 6 a tolerate; submit to (accepted the umpire's decision). b (often foll. by that + clause) be willing to believe (we accept that you meant well). 7 undertake (an office or responsibility). 8 agree to meet (a draft or bill of exchange). Phrases and idioms accepted opinion one generally held to be correct. Derivatives accepter n. Etymology: ME f. OF accepter or L acceptare f. accipere (as AC-, capere take) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
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   verb  Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French ~er, from Latin ~are, frequentative of accipere to receive, from ad- + capere to take — more at heave  Date: 14th century  transitive verb  1.  a. to receive willingly ~ a gift  b. to be able or designed to take or hold (something applied or added) a surface that will not ~ ink  2. to give admittance or approval to ~ her as one of the group  3.  a. to endure without protest or reaction ~ poor living conditions  b. to regard as proper, normal, or inevitable the idea is widely ~ed  c. to recognize as true ; believe refused to ~ the explanation  4.  a. to make a favorable response to ~ an offer  b. to agree to undertake (a responsibility) ~ a job  5. to assume an obligation to pay; also to take in payment we don't ~ personal checks  6. to receive (a legislative report) officially  intransitive verb to receive favorably something offered — usually used with of a heart more disposed to ~ of his — Jane Austen  • ~ingly adverb  • ~ingness noun ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  (accepts, accepting, accepted) Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English. 1. If you accept something that you have been offered, you say yes to it or agree to take it. Eventually Sam persuaded her to accept an offer of marriage... All those invited to next week’s peace conference have accepted. VERB: V n, V 2. If you accept an idea, statement, or fact, you believe that it is true or valid. I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in British science... I don’t think they would accept that view... He did not accept this reply as valid. ...a workforce generally accepted to have the best conditions in Europe. = acknowledge VERB: V that, V n, V n as adj/n, V-ed 3. If you accept a plan or an intended action, you agree to it and allow it to happen. The Council will meet to decide if it should accept his resignation. ? reject VERB: V n 4. If you accept an unpleasant fact or situation, you get used to it or recognize that it is necessary or cannot be changed. People will accept suffering that can be shown to lead to a greater good... Urban dwellers often accept noise as part of city life... I wasn’t willing to accept that her leaving was a possibility. VERB: V n, V n as n/adj, V that 5. If a person, company, or organization accepts something such as a document, they recognize that it is genuine, correct, or satisfactory and agree to consider it or handle it. We advised newspapers not to accept the advertising... Cheques can only be accepted up to the value guaranteed on the card... ? reject VERB: V n, V n 6. If an organization or person accepts you, you are allowed to join the organization or use the services that are offered. All-male groups will not be accepted. ...incentives to private landlords to accept young people as tenants. ? reject VERB: V n, V n as n 7. If a person or a group of people accepts you, they begin to be friendly towards you and are happy with who you are or what you do. My grandparents have never had a problem...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~ S1 W1 v 1 »GIFT/OFFER/INVITATION« to take something that someone offers you, or to agree to do something that someone asked you to do  (Please accept this small gift. | I've decided to accept the job. | Are you going to accept their invitation? | We've invited her here to give a talk, and she's accepted.) ~ sth from sb  (He is charged with accepting bribes from local companies.) ~ a challenge (=agree to do something difficult)  (- see refuse1) 2 »PLAN/SUGGESTION/ADVICE« to decide to do what someone advises or suggests you should do  (I wish I'd accepted your advice and kept my money in the bank.) 3 »IDEA/STATEMENT/EXPLANATION« to agree that what someone says is right or true  (She managed to persuade the jury to accept her version of events.) ~ that  (I'm willing to accept that some mistakes have been made.) 4 »SITUATION/PROBLEM ETC« to decide that there is nothing you can do to change a difficult and unpleasant situation or fact and continue with your normal life  (There's nothing we can do about it so we'll just have to accept it.) ~ the fact that  (I found it hard to accept the fact that she'd gone.) 5 »THINK SB/STH GOOD ENOUGH« to decide that someone has the necessary skill or intelligence for a particular job, course etc or that a piece of work is good enough ~ sb/sth for  (My story's been accepted for the school magazine.) 6 »BECOME PART OF« to allow someone to become part of a group, society, or organization and to treat them in the same way as the other members  (The children gradually began to accept her as one of the family.) ~ sb into  (It often takes years for immigrants to be accepted into the host community.) 7 ~ blame/responsibility to admit that you were responsible for something bad that happened  (The ship's owners are refusing to accept any responsibility for the accident.) 8 ~ sb's apology to say that you are no longer angry with someone after they have said they were sorry about something they have done 9 »MONEY« to allow customers to use a particular kind of money to pay for things...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  - c.1380, "to take what is offered," from O.Fr. accepter from L. acceptare "take or receive willingly," from acceptus, pp. of accipere "receive," from ad- "to" + capere "take." ...
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