accredit

[ə'kredɪt]
гл.
1) уполномочивать

Our envoy was accredited to their new government. — Наш посланник был уполномочен вести переговоры с их новым правительством.

2) аккредитовать, принять в качестве аккредитованного лица (дипломатического представителя)

Journalists can be accredited to a state body or a public association. — Журналисты могут быть аккредитованы в государственном органе или общественном объединении.

Any member of the media who wishes to be accredited for the coverage of the 6th Global Forum must observe the following guidelines. —Любой представитель СМИ, который желает быть аккредитованный на Шестом всемирном форуме, должен познакомиться со следующими указаниями.

3) приписывать (что-л.)

He was accredited with having said that. — Ему приписывали это высказывание.

The discovery of distillation is usually accredited to the Arabs of the eleventh century AD. — Считается, что дистилляцию придумали арабы в одиннадцатом веке.

4) доверять; (по)верить

I accredited his story. — Я поверил его рассказу.

Syn:
5) аккредитовать (учебное заведение) (признать правомочным выдавать дипломы и присваивать учёные степени); аккредитовать (учреждение; признать соответствующим официальным стандартам), сертифицировать, гарантировать качество

This programme is fully accredited by the Institution of Electrical Engineers. — Эта программа полностью соответствует стандартам Института инженеров-электриков.


Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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  • Accredit — Ac*cred it, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Accredited}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Accrediting}.] [F. accr[ e]diter; [ a] (L. ad) + cr[ e]dit credit. See {Credit}.] 1. To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction. [1913 Webster] His… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accredit — I verb accept, affirm, approve, authenticate, authorize, certify, confirm, endorse, ratify, sanction, validate, vouch for associated concepts: accredited law school, accredited representative II index allow (authorize) …   Law dictionary

  • accredit — [v1] attribute responsibility or achievement ascribe, assign, charge, credit, refer; concepts 49,69 accredit [v2] give authorization or control appoint, approve, authorize, certify, commission, empower, enable, endorse, entrust, guarantee,… …   New thesaurus

  • accredit — ► VERB (accredited, accrediting) 1) (accredit to) attribute (something) to (someone). 2) give official authorization to. 3) send (a diplomat or journalist) to a particular place or post. DERIVATIVES accreditation noun …   English terms dictionary

  • accredit — (v.) 1610s, from Fr. accréditer, from à to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + créditer to credit (someone with a sum), from crédit credit (see CREDIT (Cf. credit)). Related: Accredited; accrediting …   Etymology dictionary

  • accredit — 1 certify, *approve, endorse, sanction Analogous words: recommend, *commend: vouch, attest, *certify Contrasted words: reject, repudiate (see DECLINE): *disapprove, deprecate 2 …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accredit — [ə kred′it] vt. [Fr accréditer, to give credit or authority < à, to + crédit, CREDIT] 1. to bring into credit or favor 2. to authorize; give credentials to [an accredited representative] 3. to believe in; take as true 4. to certify as meeting… …   English World dictionary

  • accredit — UK [əˈkredɪt] / US verb [transitive] Word forms accredit : present tense I/you/we/they accredit he/she/it accredits present participle accrediting past tense accredited past participle accredited 1) to state officially that a person or… …   English dictionary

  • accredit — verb /əˈkrɛdɪt/ a) To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction. His censure will ... accredit his praises. b) To send with letters credential, as an …   Wiktionary

  • accredit — v. (D; tr.) to accredit to (our envoy was accredited to their new government) * * * [ə kredɪt] (D;tr.) to accredit to (our envoy was accredited to their new government) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • accredit — /əˈkrɛdət / (say uh kreduht) verb (t) 1. to furnish (an officially recognised agent) with credentials: to accredit an envoy. 2. to certify as meeting official requirements. 3. to bring into credit; invest with credit or authority. 4. to believe.… …   Australian English dictionary

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