accredit


accredit
ac·cred·it [əʼkredɪt] vt
usu passive
1) (credit)
to be \accredited with sth etw bestätigt bekommen;
he is \accredited with being the world's best sprinter man sagt, dass er der beste Sprinter der Welt sei
2) (approve)
to have been \accredited certificate anerkannt worden sein
3) (authorize)
to be \accredited to sb/sth ambassador bei jdm/etw akkreditiert sein
4) (ascribe)
to be \accredited to sb jdm zugeschrieben werden

English-German students dictionary . 2013.

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