acceptance

[ək'septən(t)s]
сущ.
1) получение, приём, принятие

The Party is being degraded by its acceptance of secret donations. — Партия разлагается, принимая тайные денежные пожертвования.

2) одобрение, признание

to meet with universal acceptance — встретить радушно

blind acceptance of dogma — слепое следование догме, бездумное подчинение догме

letter of acceptance — письмо с выражением согласия

theory that is steadily gaining acceptance — теория, которая неуклонно завоёвывает признание

Several shareholders have withdrawn earlier acceptances of the offer. — Несколько акционеров аннулировали своё ранее данное согласие.

speech of acceptance — амер. речь с выражением согласия баллотироваться в президенты или в губернаторы

Syn:
3) принятое значение слова

Neither John nor I were sportsmen in the proper acceptance of the word. — Ни Джон, ни я не были спортсменами в принятом смысле этого слова.

4) фин. акцепт, акцептование

acceptance tests — приёмо-сдаточные испытания

to find market acceptance — получить признание рынка (о новых товарах)

to present for acceptance — представлять к акцептованию

letter of acceptance — эк. письмо об акцепте, (письмо-)акцепт, письмо о согласии (в ответ на предложение, оферту)


Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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