consider or hold as true
"I cannot accept the dogma of this church"; "accept an argument"
accept, take, have(verb)
receive willingly something given or offered
"The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter"; "I won't have this dog in my house!"; "Please accept my present"
require, take, read, occupy, subscribe to, withdraw, lead, ingest, take on, carry, live with, assume, have, hold, choose, sustain, study, learn, fill, receive, necessitate, take over, consume, stimulate, drive, hire, consider, need, rent, suffer, pick out, swallow, deliver, contract, deal, adopt, film, remove, demand, birth, lease, take aim, take up, give, train, go for, strike, use up, select, own, engage, let, feature, make, claim, pack, get hold of, exact, take away, have got, throw, call for, take in, bring, submit, convey, give birth, shoot, aim, induce, direct, charter, get, contain, bear, subscribe, experience, involve, acquire, look at, postulate, consent, possess, guide, admit, cause, ask, conduct
accept, consent, go for(verb)
give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to
"I cannot accept your invitation"; "I go for this resolution"
react favorably to; consider right and proper
"People did not accept atonal music at that time"; "We accept the idea of universal health care"
accept, admit, take, take on(verb)
admit into a group or community
"accept students for graduate study"; "We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member"
require, read, occupy, subscribe to, withdraw, lead, ingest, acknowledge, take on, carry, live with, assume, have, hold, choose, study, learn, fill, necessitate, take over, consume, allow in, drive, hire, consider, need, rent, pick out, swallow, contract, accommodate, deal, adopt, include, film, remove, demand, lease, let in, take aim, meet, take up, train, go for, strike, use up, select, take, engage, make, claim, get, get hold of, exact, take away, pack, call for, take in, bring, submit, convey, shoot, aim, allow, direct, charter, tackle, contain, bear, play, subscribe, encounter, involve, acquire, look at, postulate, consent, intromit, guide, admit, undertake, ask, conduct
bear, take over, accept, assume(verb)
take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
"I'll accept the charges"; "She agreed to bear the responsibility"
usurp, digest, swallow, abide, buy up, comport, tolerate, bear, don, have a bun in the oven, support, acquire, live with, behave, simulate, put on, endure, put up, take, stick out, adopt, expect, borrow, take for granted, deport, assume, pay, relieve, take over, presume, repeat, go for, buy out, carry, get into, sham, stomach, birth, hold, seize, have, deliver, acquit, brook, yield, turn out, conduct, suffer, contain, stand, gestate, take on, feign, wear, strike, admit, absorb, take up, give birth, consent, arrogate
accept, live with, swallow(verb)
tolerate or accommodate oneself to
"I shall have to accept these unpleasant working conditions"; "I swallowed the insult"; "She has learned to live with her husband's little idiosyncrasies"
be designed to hold or take
"This surface will not take the dye"
take on, demand, swallow, shoot, get, call for, exact, take, pack, bring, acquire, read, involve, make, carry, lease, guide, engage, look at, take in, necessitate, select, have, occupy, strike, study, get hold of, use up, assume, admit, pick out, need, take over, train, subscribe to, deal, take aim, hire, postulate, go for, ingest, hold, lead, contract, aim, adopt, fill, film, charter, drive, direct, require, ask, choose, subscribe, convey, submit, conduct, take up, rent, take away, consider, learn, withdraw, consume, contain, live with, claim, remove, consent, bear
receive (a report) officially, as from a committee
make use of or accept for some purpose
"take a risk"; "take an opportunity"
take on, demand, live with, take in, shoot, get, call for, exact, take, pack, bring, go for, acquire, read, involve, make, lease, guide, engage, lead, hire, necessitate, select, have, occupy, strike, study, get hold of, train, use up, assume, admit, pick out, need, take over, adopt, subscribe to, deal, take aim, swallow, postulate, claim, ingest, hold, carry, contract, aim, require, fill, film, charter, drive, direct, ask, choose, subscribe, convey, submit, conduct, take up, rent, take away, consider, learn, withdraw, consume, contain, look at, remove, consent, bear
be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
"The cow accepted the bull"
The boy scouts were going to accept him as a member.
I accept the fact that Christ lived.
I accept your proposal, amendment, or excuse.
I accept my punishment.
to accept the report of a committee.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Agree is the most general term of this group, signifying to have like qualities, proportions, views, or inclinations, so as to be free from jar, conflict, or contradiction in a given relation. To concur is to agree in general; to coincide is to agree in every particular. Whether in application to persons or things, concur tends to expression in action more than coincide; we may either concur or coincide in an opinion, but concur in a decision; views coincide, causes concur. One accepts another's terms, complies with his wishes, admits his statement, approves his plan, conforms to his views of doctrine or duty, accedes or consents to his proposal. Accede expresses the more formal agreement, consent the more complete. To assent is an act of the understanding; to consent, of the will. We may concur or agree with others, either in opinion or decision. One may silently acquiesce in that which does not meet his views, but which he does not care to contest. He admits the charge brought, or the statement made, by another — admit always carrying a suggestion of reluctance. Assent is sometimes used for a mild form of consent, as if agreement in the opinion assured approval of the decision.
I agree in opinion with the speaker; to the terms proposed; persons agree on or upon a statement of principles, rules, etc.; we must agree among ourselves.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
accept as true:take to be true
i accept the offer
Dictionary of English Synonymes
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- قبل, يقبل, قبولArabic
- прымаць, прыняцьBelarusian
- съгласявам се, разбирам, понасям, акцептирам, приемамBulgarian
- acceptarCatalan, Valencian
- akceptovat, přijmout, přijímatCzech
- annehmen, hinnehmen, abnehmen, auf sich nehmen, empfangen, akzeptieren, zusagen, kaufenGerman
- قبول کردن, پذیرفتنPersian
- hyväksyä, ottaa vastaan, vastaanottaaFinnish
- accepter, prendre sur soi, accueillir, AcceptezFrench
- स्वीकार करनाHindi
- elfogad, beleegyezikHungarian
- accettare, ammettereItalian
- 堪え忍ぶ, 同意, 受け取る, 承諾, 受理, 賛成, 受ける, 引き受ける, 受け入れる, 賛同Japanese
- ទទួល, ព្រមទទួលKhmer
- 찬동하다, 찬성하다, 받아들이다Korean
- scisco, accipio, habeoLatin
- acceptéierenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- прими, примаMacedonian
- ခံ, ယူBurmese
- aannemen, accepteren, aanvaarden, ondergaan, ontvangenDutch
- motta, ta imot, akseptere, godta, aksepetere, akseptererNorwegian
- przyjąć, przyjmowaćPolish
- uynikuy, añikuy, añiy, huñiy, uyniyQuechua
- принимать, принять, согласиться, соглашатьсяRussian
- примити, primitiSerbo-Croatian
- prijať, prijímaťSlovak
- godta, acceptera, uthärda, mottaSwedish
- ยอมรับ, รับThai
- tanggapin, sang-ayunan, tiisinTagalog
- kabul etmekTurkish
- приймати, прийнятиUkrainian
- chấp nhận, nhậnVietnamese
- lensumön, lüsumönVolapük
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