Definition of acknowledged in English:

acknowledged

Syllabification: ac·knowl·edged
Pronunciation: /əkˈnäləjd
 
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adjective

1Recognized as being good or important: he’s an acknowledged expert in the field an acknowledged comedy genius
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  • An acknowledged Paris expert, she is also the author of the Paris Entry to the Encarta Encylopaedia and contributes to radio, television and magazines.
  • Eccles was, therefore, more than a scientific giant, rightly acknowledged by his Nobel Prize.
  • Much that is included is covered elsewhere (to be fair, this is probably acknowledged by the book's good bibliography).
1.1Accepted as valid or legitimate: an acknowledged brand leader
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  • All data obtained from primary/secondary sources should be properly acknowledged.
  • Arbitrariness in land acquisition for the project is a widely acknowledged fact.
  • In the nationalist camp, by contrast, the plight of the Jews was either never acknowledged or even viewed with outright contempt.

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