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Accredit   /əkrˌɛdət/   Listen
Accredit

verb
(past & past part. accredited; pres. part. accrediting)
1.
Grant credentials to.  Synonyms: recognise, recognize.  "Recognize an academic degree"
2.
Provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials.
3.
Ascribe an achievement to.  Synonym: credit.



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"Accredit" Quotes from Famous Books



... the 9th of November an official answer was received that the Mexican Government consented to renew the diplomatic relations which had been suspended in March last, and for that purpose were willing to accredit a minister from the United States. With a sincere desire to preserve peace and restore relations of good understanding between the two Republics, I waived all ceremony as to the manner of renewing diplomatic intercourse between them, and, assuming the initiative, on the 10th of November ...
— Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present • Various



Words linked to "Accredit" :   Foreign Service, ascribe, certify, assign, licence, charge, credit, impute, license, attribute, recognise, appoint



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