Acknowledges [verb]

Definition of Acknowledges:

verbally recognize authority

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Sentence/Example of Acknowledges:

Indeed, Jung freely acknowledged that there were alternative explanations for each of the stories he told—he just wanted his readers to note a pattern.

City Councilman Chris Cate – who helped get Measure D on the ballot this year – acknowledges it’s not entirely clear whether Measure D could be used to remove Beiser from office.

He’s quick to acknowledge that tropical peatlands are just one place where this is true.

As problems emerged, officials were slow to acknowledge the evidence.

Amazon has been working over the past several years to take a harder stance on counterfeiting, having acknowledged the practice harms consumer trust in its online store.

What we can do is acknowledge it, turn from it and take action.

Americans will have no out-of-pocket costs for the medicine, the company said, while acknowledging that health-care facilities may charge a fee for the product’s intravenous administration.

Of course, the Wall Street bulls want you to believe that a surge in earnings that not just regains the heights of 2019, but keeps waxing in double-digit from there, fully justify what they acknowledge to look like challenging valuations.

An initial analysis of the phishing emails revealed a connection to a computer server in Pakistan, Williams said, while acknowledging, “that doesn’t really tell us anything.”

The FDA acknowledged in the report released Wednesday that many previous drugs that attempted to target amyloid beta have been failures.