accept

英 [əkˈsept]

美 [əkˈsept]

v.  收受; 接受(建议、邀请等); (认为合适或足够好而)接受; 同意; 认可

过去分词:accepted 过去式:accepted 现在分词:accepting 第三人称单数:accepts 

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#同义词辨析回顶部

receive accept take【导航词义:收到;接受】

receive v. 〈正式〉收到;接受
〔辨析〕
指收到信件、消息、礼物等,表示客观上接收这一行为,不涉及接收者的主观意愿;也指接受医院的治疗。
〔例证〕
Did you receive my card?
你收到我的贺卡了吗?
He received hospital treatment immediately.
他立即接受了医院的治疗。
accept v. 接受,同意
〔辨析〕
指主观上接受或同意建议、邀请等;也指认为某人或某物足够好而接受。
〔例证〕
John accepted the invitation to the party.
约翰接受了参加晚会的邀请。
She readily accepted that small gift.
她欣然接受了那份小礼物。
The publisher accepted the book for publication.
出版商同意出版这本书。
take v. 接受
〔辨析〕
泛指接受或收到某人给的东西、提议等。
〔例证〕
Why don't you take that job?
你为什么不接受那份工作?
Please take my advice and give him another chance.
请接受我的建议,再给他一次机会。
In his opinion, it is not impossible for the staff to agree to take a 1% pay cut.
在他看来,让员工同意接受1%的降薪并非是不可能的。

#牛津词典回顶部

 verb

    建议;邀请 offer/invitation
  • 收受;接受(建议、邀请等)
    to take willingly sth that is offered; to say ‘yes’ to an offer, invitation, etc.
    1. He asked me to marry him and I accepted.
      他向我求婚,我答应了。
    2. Please accept our sincere apologies.
      请接受我们真诚的道歉。
    3. He is charged with accepting bribes from a firm of suppliers.
      他被控收受了一家供应商的贿赂。
    4. It was pouring with rain so I accepted his offer of a lift.
      天正下着瓢泼大雨,所以我领了他的情,搭了他的便车。
    5. She's decided not to accept the job.
      她决定不接受这项工作。
    6. She said she'd accept $15 for it.
      她说她要15元才卖。
  • 认为合适而接受 receive as suitable
  • (认为合适或足够好而)接受
    to receive sth as suitable or good enough
    1. My article has been accepted for publication.
      我的文章已被采用准备发表。
    2. This machine only accepts coins.
      这台机器只接受硬币。
    3. Will you accept a cheque?
      你收支票吗?
  • 同意 agree
  • 同意;认可
    to agree to or approve of sth
    1. They accepted the court's decision.
      他们接受法院的判决。
    2. He accepted all the changes we proposed.
      他同意我们提出的全部修改方案。
    3. She won't accept advice from anyone.
      她不会接受任何人的忠告。
  • 责任 responsibility
  • 承认,承担(责任等)
    to admit that you are responsible or to blame for sth
    1. He accepts full responsibility for what happened.
      他承认对所发生的事负完全责任。
    2. You have to accept the consequences of your actions.
      你得对你的行为后果负责。
  • 相信 believe
  • 相信(某事属实)
    to believe that sth is true
    1. I don't accept his version of events.
      我不相信他对事件的说法。
    2. Can we accept his account as the true version?
      我们能相信他说的是事实吗?
    3. I accept that this will not be popular.
      我认为这是不会受欢迎的。
    4. It is generally accepted that people are motivated by success.
      普遍认为,成功催人奋进。
    5. The workforce is generally accepted to have the best conditions in Europe.
      欧洲工人的劳动环境公认是最好的。
  • 困境 difficult situation
  • 容忍,忍受(困境等)
    to continue in a difficult situation without complaining, because you realize that you cannot change it
    1. You just have to accept the fact that we're never going to be rich.
      你只得接受我们永远也富不起来这个事实。
    2. Nothing will change as long as the workers continue to accept these appalling conditions.
      只要工人继续容忍这种恶劣的劳动条件,情况就不会有任何改变。
    3. They accept the risks as part of the job.
      他们甘冒风险,把这当成工作的一部分。
    4. He just refused to accept that his father was no longer there.
      他就是不肯接受他父亲已不在的现实。
  • 欢迎 welcome
  • 欢迎;接纳
    to make sb feel welcome and part of a group
    1. It may take years to be completely accepted by the local community.
      也许需要多年方能被当地居民完全接纳。
    2. She had never been accepted into what was essentially a man's world.
      她从未被这个本质上属于男人的世界所接受。
    3. He never really accepted her as his own child.
      他一直没有真正接纳她为自己的女儿。
  • 准许加入 allow sb to join
  • 接纳,接受(为成员、会员等)
    to allow sb to join an organization, attend an institution, use a service, etc.
    1. The college he applied to has accepted him.
      他申请的那所学院录取了他。
    2. She was disappointed not to be accepted into the club.
      她没有获准加入俱乐部,感到失望。
    3. The landlord was willing to accept us as tenants.
      房东愿意把房子租给我们住。
    4. She was accepted to study music.
      她获准学习音乐。

#柯林斯词典回顶部

  • VERB 接受;领受;收受
    If you accept something that you have been offered, you say yes to it or agree to take it.
    1. Eventually Sam persuaded her to accept an offer of marriage...
      最终萨姆说服她接受了求婚。
    2. Your old clothes will be gratefully accepted by jumble sale organisers...
      旧货义卖的组织者会感激地领受您捐赠的旧衣物。
    3. All those invited to next week's peace conference have accepted.
      所有受邀参加下星期和平会谈的人都已同意出席。
  • VERB 相信(观点、陈述、事实等);认为…正确
    If you accept an idea, statement, or fact, you believe that it is true or valid.
    1. I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in British science...
      我不相信英国科学界有什么危机。
    2. I don't think they would accept that view...
      我认为他们不会接受那种观点。
    3. He did not accept this reply as valid.
      他认为这个回答没有根据。
    4. ...a workforce generally accepted to have the best conditions in Europe.
      被普遍认为拥有欧洲最好的工作条件的劳动人口
  • VERB 赞成,同意(计划、行动等)
    If you accept a plan or an intended action, you agree to it and allow it to happen.
    1. ...Britain's reluctance to accept a proposal for a single European currency...
      英国不愿接受单一欧洲货币的建议
    2. The Council will meet to decide if it should accept his resignation.
      委员会将召开会议决定是否接受他的辞呈。
  • VERB 忍受;容忍;承受
    If you accept an unpleasant fact or situation, you get used to it or recognize that it is necessary or cannot be changed.
    1. People will accept suffering that can be shown to lead to a greater good...
      如果能证明眼前的苦难会带来更大的好处,人们就会愿意承受。
    2. Urban dwellers often accept noise as part of city life...
      城市居民常将噪音当成城市生活的一部分。
    3. I wasn't willing to accept that her leaving was a possibility.
      我不愿接受她有可能离开的事实。
  • VERB 承兑,认付(单据等);认可(文件等)
    If a person, company, or organization accepts something such as a document, they recognize that it is genuine, correct, or satisfactory and agree to consider it or handle it.
    1. We advised newspapers not to accept the advertising...
      我们建议报社不要承接这项广告。
    2. Cheques can only be accepted up to the value guaranteed on the card...
      支票的承兑金额不可高于卡上所担保的数额。
    3. Proof of postage will not be accepted as proof of receipt.
      邮资单据不能当作收据。
  • VERB 招收,接纳(求职者、会员等)
    If an organization or person accepts you, you are allowed to join the organization or use the services that are offered.
    1. All-male groups will not be accepted.
      清一色的男性团体将不被接纳。
    2. ...incentives to private landlords to accept young people as tenants.
      鼓励私人房东租房给年轻人的措施
  • VERB 接纳;接受
    If a person or a group of people accepts you, they begin to be friendly towards you and are happy with who you are or what you do.
    1. My grandparents have never had a problem accepting me...
      我的祖父母从来都是无条件地接受我。
    2. Many men still have difficulty accepting a woman as a business partner...
      许多男性仍然无法接受女性商业伙伴。
    3. Stephen Smith was accepted into the family like an adopted brother.
      这家人把斯蒂芬·史密斯视为养子一样当作一家人。
  • VERB 承担,承认(过失、责任等)
    If you accept the responsibility or blame for something, you recognize that you are responsible for it.
    1. The company cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage.
      公司不承担丢失或损坏的责任。
  • VERB 接受,采纳(劝告、建议等)
    If you accept someone's advice or suggestion, you agree to do what they say.
    1. The army refused to accept orders from the political leadership...
      军队拒绝接受政界领导层下达的命令。
    2. Don't automatically accept the solicitor recommended by the broker.
      别想当然地就接受中间人推荐的诉状律师。
  • VERB 接受并使(移植器官)发挥正常功能;不排斥
    If someone's body accepts a transplanted organ, the organ becomes part of the body and starts to function normally.
    1. ...drugs which will fool the body into accepting transplants.
      能使身体顺利接受移植器官的药物
  • VERB (机器)接受,适配
    If a machine accepts a particular kind of thing, it is designed to take it and deal with it or process it.
    1. The telephone booths accept 10 and 20 pence coins.
      电话亭可使用10便士和20便士的硬币。
  • See also: accepted

#英英释义回顶部

 verb

  • tolerate or accommodate oneself to
    1. I shall have to accept these unpleasant working conditions
    2. I swallowed the insult
    3. She has learned to live with her husband's little idiosyncrasies
    Synonym: live withswallow
  • consider or hold as true
    1. I cannot accept the dogma of this church
    2. accept an argument
  • be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
    1. The cow accepted the bull
  • react favorably to
    1. People did not accept atonal music at that time
    2. We accept the idea of universal health care
  • give an affirmative reply to
    1. I cannot accept your invitation
    2. I go for this resolution
    Synonym: consentgo for
  • make use of or accept for some purpose
    1. take a risk
    2. take an opportunity
    Synonym: take
  • receive (a report) officially, as from a committee
    1. receive willingly something given or offered
      1. The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter
      2. I won't have this dog in my house!
      3. Please accept my present
      Synonym: takehave
    2. admit into a group or community
      1. accept students for graduate study
      2. We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member
      Synonym: admittaketake on
    3. take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
      1. I'll accept the charges
      2. She agreed to bear the responsibility
      Synonym: beartake overassume
    4. be designed to hold or take
      1. This surface will not take the dye
      Synonym: take

    #双语例句回顶部

    • We can't accept the fragmentation or balkanization of the country.
      我们不能接受使国家分裂或巴尔干化的行为。
    • Eventually Sam persuaded her to accept an offer of marriage
      最终萨姆说服她接受了求婚。
    • Your old clothes will be gratefully accepted by jumble sale organisers
      旧货义卖的组织者会感激地领受您捐赠的旧衣物。
    • All those invited to next week's peace conference have accepted.
      所有受邀参加下星期和平会谈的人都已同意出席。
    • I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in British science
      我不相信英国科学界有什么危机。
    • I don't think they would accept that view
      我认为他们不会接受那种观点。
    • He did not accept this reply as valid.
      他认为这个回答没有根据。
    • The Council will meet to decide if it should accept his resignation.
      委员会将召开会议决定是否接受他的辞呈。
    • People will accept suffering that can be shown to lead to a greater good
      如果能证明眼前的苦难会带来更大的好处,人们就会愿意承受。
    • Urban dwellers often accept noise as part of city life
      城市居民常将噪音当成城市生活的一部分。
    • I wasn't willing to accept that her leaving was a possibility.
      我不愿接受她有可能离开的事实。
    • We advised newspapers not to accept the advertising
      我们建议报社不要承接这项广告。
    • Cheques can only be accepted up to the value guaranteed on the card
      支票的承兑金额不可高于卡上所担保的数额。
    • Proof of postage will not be accepted as proof of receipt.
      邮资单据不能当作收据。
    • All-male groups will not be accepted.
      清一色的男性团体将不被接纳。
    • My grandparents have never had a problem accepting me
      我的祖父母从来都是无条件地接受我。
    • Many men still have difficulty accepting a woman as a business partner
      许多男性仍然无法接受女性商业伙伴。
    • Stephen Smith was accepted into the family like an adopted brother.
      这家人把斯蒂芬·史密斯视为养子一样当作一家人。
    • The company cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage.
      公司不承担丢失或损坏的责任。
    • The army refused to accept orders from the political leadership
      军队拒绝接受政界领导层下达的命令。
    • Don't automatically accept the solicitor recommended by the broker.
      别想当然地就接受中间人推荐的诉状律师。
    • The telephone booths accept 10 and 20 pence coins.
      电话亭可使用10便士和20便士的硬币。
    • We accept the outcome of the inquiry, without prejudice to the unsettled question of territorial waters.
      我们接受了调查结果,并没有使悬而未决的领海问题进一步恶化。
    • If I can accept this situation, surely you can.
      如果我能接受这种情况,你当然也能。
    • David would not accept this
      戴维不愿接受这个东西。
    • I'm willing to accept the consequences.
      我愿意承担后果。
    • It stands to reason that I should accept her invitation.
      按照常情,我应该接受她的邀请。
    • Please accept my best wishes for your happiness and success.
      请接受我最良好的祝愿,祝你幸福和成功。
    • Please accept my benediction.
      请接受我的祝福。
    • I would be very much pleased if you would accept the trifling present from me.
      如果你收下我的这份薄礼,我将非常高兴。