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acknowledgment also: acknowledgement
American English: /əkˈnɑlədʒmənt/
British English: /əkˈnɒlɪdʒm(ə)nt/

Translation of acknowledgment in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • 1.1 (recognition) you've been quoted without acknowledgment
    te han citado sin la correspondiente mención
    does he appear in the acknowledgments?
    ¿aparece en la lista de menciones?
    Example sentences
    • Wallin, who has already received four honorary degrees and several awards and honours in acknowledgment of her work, will address graduates in applied health sciences and arts.
    • Now, not only are you doing most of the work, you are not entitled to any acknowledgement, never mind gratitude, for doing it at all.
    • Instead of trophies going to the winning teams, all dance groups were presented with framed certificates in acknowledgment of, and in thanks for, their participation.
    1.2 (confirmation, response) See examples: I've had no acknowledgment of my letter
    no han acusado recibo de mi carta
    she gave a quick smile of acknowledgment
    me saludó con una breve sonrisa
    Example sentences
    • Even a passive observer would nod in acknowledgement.
    • He was smiling in acknowledgement as their eyes met.
    • We both nodded in acknowledgement and then I took a seat.

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