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Acknowledgeable

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Adjective

1. acknowledgeable

capable of being acknowledged

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Acknowledgeable

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verb (transitive)
1. (may take a clause as object)
to recognize or admit the existence, truth, or reality of
2. 
to indicate recognition or awareness of, as by a greeting, glance, etc
3. 
to express appreciation or thanks for
to acknowledge a gift
4. 
to make the receipt of known to the sender
to acknowledge a letter
5. 
to recognize, esp in legal form, the authority, rights, or claims of

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Acknowledgeable

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verb transitiveWord forms: acˈknowledged or acˈknowledging
1. 
to admit to be true or as stated; confess
2. 
to recognize the authority or claims of
3. 
to recognize and answer (a greeting or greeter, an introduction, etc.)
4. 
to express thanks for
5. 
to state that one has received (a letter, gift, favor, payment, etc.)
6.  Law
to admit or affirm as genuine; certify in legal form
to acknowledge a deed

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Acknowledgeable

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tr.v. ac·knowl·edged, ac·knowl·edg·ing, ac·knowl·edg·es
1. To admit the existence or truth of: The doctors acknowledged that the treatment had not been successful.
2.
a. To express recognition of; make notice of: "When he saw me acknowledge him, he smiled as if we were dear friends" (Angela Patrinos).
b. To express gratitude or appreciation for or to: acknowledged the contributions of the volunteers; acknowledged her editor in the preface to the book.
3. To report the receipt of (something) to the sender or giver: acknowledge a letter.
4. Law To accept or certify as legally binding: acknowledge a deed of ownership.

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