1. III
1) recognize smb., smth. recognize one's old friend (an old acquaintance, a person [in the street ], a tune, smb.'s voice, smb.'s hand, the style of Milton, etc.) узнавать старого друга и т.д.; we met so long ago that you don't recognize me мы так давно не виделись, что вы меня не узнаете
2) recognize smth. recognize a new government (a country, the independence of a new state or nation, a claim, etc.) признавать новое правительство и т.д.; recognize an error (an obligation, a debt, a misunderstanding, one's position, one's duty, etc.) признавать /осознавать/ ошибку и т.д.; no one recognized his genius while he was alive при жизни никто не признавал его гениальности; he recognized his lack of qualification он понимал, что ему не хватает квалификации
3) recognize smb. offic. wait till the chairman recognizes you подождите, пока председатель [не] даст вам слово; the Speaker recognized the Congressman from Maine спикер дал слово конгрессмену из штата Мэн
2. IV
1) recognize smb., smth. in some manner hardly /scarcely/ (courteously, instinctively, etc.) recognize smb., smth. с трудом /едва/ и т.д. узнавать кого-л., что-л.; he had changed so much that one could scarcely recognize him он так сильно изменился, что его едва можно было узнать
2) recognize smth. in some manner recognize smth. formally (tacitly, publicly, prematurely, etc); I официально и т.д. признавать что-л.
3) recognize smth. in some manner frankly (fully, gratefully. etc.) recognize his services (her loyalty, her devotion, his kindness, etc.) откровенно и т.д. выражать признание за его заслуги и т.д., ценить /признавать, его заслуги и т.д.; recognize smb. at some time the Browns no longer recognize the Smiths Брауны не желают больше знать Смитов /порвали знакомство со Смитами/; I refuse to recognize him any longer я отказываюсь с ним знаться
3. VII
recognize smb. to be smth. recognize him to be an expert (the champion, the man for the job, etc.) считать /признавать/ его экспертом и т.д.; everyone recognized him to be the greatest living authority on ancient Roman coins все при знавали /считали/, что в настоящее время он самый большой знаток монет древнего Рима; recognize smth. to do smth. he recognized his inability to do the job (his duty to defend his country, etc.) он сознавал /понимал/, что не в состоянии выполнить эту работу и т.д.
4. XI
1) be recognized the new government was officially recognized новое правительство официально признали
2) be recognized his services to the state were recognized его заслуги перед государством были оценены; be recognized as being in some state be recognized as important считаться /признаваться/ важным; be recognized as smb. he is recognized internationally as an authority in this field во всем мире его считают авторитетом в этой области
5. XXI1
1) recognize smb. by smth. recognize him by his walk (by his long nose, by voice, etc.) узнавать его по походке и т.д.; recognize smb., smth. from (in ) smth. recognize the girl (the house, etc.) from description узнавать девушку и т.д. no описанию; recognize smb. in the photograph узнавать кого-л. на фотографии; recognize smb. from smth. recognize smb. from afar узнавать кого-л. издалека: recognize smth. , smb. in smth. recognize an error in his calculations (a lie in what he said, etc.) усматривать ошибку в его расчетах и т.д., no one will recognize you in that disguise в этом одеянии вас никто не узнает /не признает/
2) recognize smth. by smth. recognize his services (his loyalty, etc.) by a reward (by distinction, etc.) награждать и т.д. в знак признания его заслуг и т.д.
6. XXIV1
recognize smb., smth. as smb., smth.
1) recognize him as the same man I had seen yesterday (her as his sister, each other as brothers-in-arms, etc.) узнавать в нем человека, которого я видел вчера и т.д.; recognize this as the work of a master узнавать в этом произведении мастера
2) recognize smb. as one's son and heir (as a lawful heir, as his legal wife, as king, etc.) признавать кого-л. своим сыном и наследником /в качестве своего сына и наследника /и т.д.; recognize the revolutionary committee as the de facto government (the Congress as the governing body, etc.) признать революционный комитет в качестве фактического правительства и т.д.
3) recognize smb. as the finest musician of his day (as an authority in this field, etc.) признавать /считать/ кого-л. лучшим музыкантом своего времени и т.д.; the singing teacher recognized the girl's voice as one worth training учитель пения пришел к заключению, что голос у девочки следовало /стоило/ развивать
7. XXV
recognize that.,. recognize that one is beaten признавать себя побежденным; he recognized that he was not qualified for the post он признал, что не подходит по своей квалификации к этой должности

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  • recognize — rec‧og‧nize [ˈrekəgnaɪz, ˈrekən ] also recognise verb [transitive] 1. to know who a person is or what something is, or to know something about them as soon as you see them or hear their name: • How will investors recognize the bottom of the… …   Financial and business terms

  • recognize — [rek′əg nīz΄] vt. recognized, recognizing [altered (infl. by RECOGNIZANCE) < extended stem of OFr reconoistre: see RECOGNIZANCE] 1. to be aware of as something or someone known before, or as the same as that known [to recognize an old friend… …   English World dictionary

  • recognize — rec·og·nize vt nized, niz·ing 1: to acknowledge formally: as a: to admit as being of a particular status recognize a precedent recognize a union; specif: to acknowledge (as a right, cause of action, or defense) as valid b: to admit as being one… …   Law dictionary

  • Recognize — Rec og*nize (r[e^]k [o^]g*n[imac]z), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Recognized} (r[e^]k [o^]g*n[imac]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Recognizing} (r[e^]k [o^]g*n[imac] z[i^]ng).] [From {Recognizance}; see {Cognition}, and cf. {Reconnoiter}.] [Written also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • recognize — early 15c., resume possession of land, from M.Fr. reconiss , stem of reconoistre to know again, identify, recognize, from O.Fr., from L. recognoscere acknowledge, recall to mind, know again, examine, certify, from re again (see RE (Cf. re )) +… …   Etymology dictionary

  • recognize — [v1] identify admit, be familiar, button down*, descry, determinate, diagnose, diagnosticate, distinguish, espy, finger*, flash on*, know, know again, make*, make out, nail*, note, notice, observe, peg*, perceive, pinpoint, place, recall,… …   New thesaurus

  • Recognize — Rec og*nize, v. i. (Law) To enter an obligation of record before a proper tribunal; as, A B recognized in the sum of twenty dollars. [Written also {recognise}.] [1913 Webster] Note: In legal usage in the United States the second syllable is often …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • recognize — (Amer.) rec·og·nize || rekÉ™gnaɪz v. identify; identify a person or a thing seen before; acknowledge, know; admit, acknowledge as true (also recognise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • recognize — *acknowledge Analogous words: accept, admit, *receive: notice, note, observe, remark (see SEE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • recognize — recognize, recognition Both words should be pronounced with the g fully articulated …   Modern English usage

  • recognize — (also recognise) ► VERB 1) identify as already known; know again. 2) acknowledge the existence, validity, or legality of. 3) show official appreciation of. DERIVATIVES recognizable adjective. ORIGIN Latin recognoscere, from cognoscere to lea …   English terms dictionary

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