- vt. 认出; 认识到 know again (sb/sth) one has seen, heard, or experienced before; see clearly though perhaps unwillingly; be prepared to admit
- vt. 承认 accept as being legal or real, or as having value
- accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority;
"The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne"
"We do not recognize your gods"
- be fully aware or cognizant of
- detect with the senses;
"The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"
"I can't make out the faces in this photograph"
- perceive to be the same
- grant credentials to;
"The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution"
"recognize an academic degree"
- express greetings upon meeting someone
- express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for;
"We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us"
- exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate)
- show approval or appreciation of;
"My work is not recognized by anybody!"
"The best student was recognized by the Dean"
- His thorough knowledge and competence were recognized.
- I recognize your right to ask that question.
- Can you recognize her from this picture?
- He has the good sense to recognize a good man.
- The firm recognized Tom's outstanding work by giving him an extra bonus.
When she saw me, she recognized me at once.
No one will recognize you in that disguise.
He recognized her in the photo.
She had changed so much that I could hardly recognize her.
He wanted to pretend that he had not recognized her.
Dogs recognize people by their smell.
Who are you?I cannot recognize your voice.
He glanced at the envelope and recognized Eade handwriting.
He gradually learned to recognize the herbs used.
I could hardly recognize my home town, it had changed so much.
People know that and recognize its importance.
Everybody recognized the seriousness of the situation.
They refused to recognize our government.
France recognized the new state.
I recognized the truth of your statement.
His theory has been recognized.
Are qualifications gained in China recognized in America?
In military matters his thorough knowledge and competence were recognized.
Marriage without registration will not be recognized by the law.
Speakers have to be recognized by the chair.
I recognize that I have made a mistake.
He recognized that he was not qualified for the post.
She recognizes that she is incapable of teaching.
They recognized that it was Jail's voice.
He recognized that he was wrong.
We have to recognize that there are shortcomings in our work.
He recognized clearly where his duty lays.
I recognized the handwriting as that of my father.
I recognized the picture as my father's works.
I recognized her as a fraud.
He recognized John as his lawful heir.
The school authorities recognized her claims as justified.
We recognize it as the lawful government of the country.
We recognize that state as an independent state.
They recognized him to be a great leader.
She was recognized as legitimate representative.
He is recognized internationally as an authority in this field.
He is recognized to be a qualified announcer.
The country will be recognized as an independent state.
Acid rain is recognized as one of the most serious global environmental problems.
- recognize by〔from〕 (v.+prep.)
根据…辨认出… be able to know who or what sb or sth is, by means of (sth such as a part) recognize sb/sth by〔from〕 sth
Your face was turned away, but I recognized you by your hair.虽然你的脸转过去了,但我根据你的头发认出了你。用于 be ～ed 结构
This bird is easily recognized from its size and the unusual shape of its tail.通过体形的大小和形状特别的尾巴,可以容易地认出这是只什么鸟。
- 根据…辨认出… be able to know who or what sb or sth is, by means of (sth such as a part) recognize sb/sth by〔from〕 sth
- recognize old friend 认出老朋友
- recognize hardly 简直认不出
- recognize scarcely 几乎认不出
- recognize affectionately 友好地承认
- recognize clearly〔distinctly〕 清楚地认识
- recognize coldly 冷淡地承认
- recognize deservedly 应该承认
- recognize formally 正式地承认
- recognize frankly 直率地承认
- recognize fully 充分地认识到
- recognize generally 一般地承认
- recognize gratefully 可喜地承认
- recognize immediately 立即听到
- recognize insufficiently 不能认出
- recognize internationally 国际上承认
- recognize officially 正式承认,官方公认
- recognize publicly 公开地承认
- recognize retroactively 追认
- recognize universally 普遍地承认
- recognize unofficially 非正式承认,非官方公认
- recognize widely 广泛地承认
She had not recognised Ellie's existence.出自：O. Manning
The code they recognise and obey is..severe.出自：H. L. Mencken
The quasi-independent black homelands..have never been recognized by foreign countries.出自：Insight
- recognize可接to be/as+ n./adj. 充当补足语的复合宾语,意思是“认出…是…”或“承认〔确认〕…是…”,as和to be不可省略。
- were not recognized直译是“不再被承认是雇员”的意思,实际上是“被除名”“被炒鱿鱼”的意思,这种用法多见于新闻语体中。
- recognize, acknowledge
这两个词都有“承认”的意思,常可互换使用。其区别是：1.recognize一般指认可某一现象存在; acknowledge一般指承认某一事件真实。2.recognize还可指“承认”某一国家具有合法性; acknowledge还可指在一定压力下向大家公开承认某件隐私或不光彩的事实。3.recognize还有“认出,认识到”的意思; acknowledge还可表示“感谢”。
- recognize, perceive
- recognize, know
- acknowledge admit confess recognize concede
- ☆ 1414年进入英语，直接源自中古法语的reconiss，意为辨认，认出；最初源自古典拉丁语的recogosncere，意为承认，回忆。
- make out起草
- be familiar with熟悉
- be aware of意识到，察觉到，知道...
- attach importance to 着重于 ...
- be grateful for 因 ... 感激
- be thankful for对 ... 感激
- pick out挑出
- recognize:recognize vt. 认可, 承认, 公认, 赏识vi. 具结 英英解释:动词recognize:1. accept (someone) to be what is claimed or acc…