recognition

recognition
n.

1) to give, grant recognition

2) to gain, receive, win recognition

3) general, universal; growing; official; public; tacit; wide recognition (to receive universal recognition)

4) (diplomatic) de facto; de jure recognition

5) recognition for; from (to receive recognition for one's accomplishments from one's colleagues)

6) beyond recognition (burned beyond recognition)

7) in recognition of

8) (misc.) to give/show no signs of recognition

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[ˌriːekəg'nɪʃ(ə)n]
de jure recognition
grant recognition
growing
tacit
universal
win recognition
wide recognition (to receive universal recognition)
from (to receive recognition for one's accomplishments from one's colleagues)
(diplomatic) de facto
(misc.) to give/show no signs of recognition
in recognition of
to gain
to give
recognition for
beyond recognition (burned beyond recognition)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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