recognition
[rɛkəɡˈnɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
recognitions (plural noun)
  1. identification of someone or something or person from previous encounters or knowledge.
    "she saw him pass by without a sign of recognition"
  2. acknowledgement of the existence, validity, or legality of something.
    "the unions must receive proper recognition"
Origin
late 15th century (denoting the acknowledgement of a service): from Latin recognitio(n-), from the verb recognoscere ‘know again, recall to mind’ ( see recognize).
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How to use recognition in a sentence?
the app uses its facial recognition technology to search for untagged pictures of you or your friends.
a clear recognition of how centrally important the ports are to sustaining economic growth.
she received the award in recognition of her human rights work.
the secret nature of his work precluded official recognition.
they are granting full recognition to the republic.
she saw him pass by without a sign of recognition.
a political heavyweight with national recognition.
an uphill struggle to gain worldwide recognition.
stations have been vandalized beyond recognition.
the car was mangled almost beyond recognition.
the landscape has changed beyond recognition.
the achievement of professional recognition.
the unions must receive proper recognition.
his work was slow to gain recognition.
he smiled with dawning recognition.
How to say recognition in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)erkenning
Arabic (NOUN)الاعتراف, اعتراف, التعرف, الإقرار, إدراك, إقرار, التسليم, الادراك, التقدير, تقدير
Bangla স্বীকৃতি
Bosnian (Latin) priznanje
Bulgarian (NOUN)признаване, разпознаване
Cantonese (Traditional) 識別
Catalan (NOUN)reconeixement
Chinese Simplified 识别
Chinese Traditional 識別
Croatian (NOUN)prepoznavanje, priznanje
Czech (NOUN)rozpoznávání, uznání, uznáváním, deaktivace, poznání
Danish (NOUN)anerkendelse, indregning, erkendelsen
Dutch (NOUN)erkenning, opname
Estonian (NOUN)tunnustamise, kajastamine, tuvastuse, äratundmine
Fijian na veivakacaucautaki
Filipino pagkilala
Finnish (NOUN)tunnustamista, tunnistaminen, kirjaaminen, hyväksynnän
French (NOUN)reconnaissance, comptabilisation, identification, constatation
German (NOUN)Anerkennung, Bekanntheit, Auszeichnung
Greek (NOUN)αναγνώριση, διακρίσεις
Haitian Creole rekonèsans
Hebrew (NOUN)זיהוי, בזיהוי, הכרה, ההוקרה, לזיהוי, להכרה, והכרה, ההכרה, הזיהוי
Hindi (NOUN)मान्यता, पहचान
Hmong Daw Vocabulary
Hungarian (NOUN)felismerés, elismerést, ismertségét, megjelenítés
Icelandic (NOUN)orðstír, viðurkenningu, Orπstνr, samþykki
Indonesian (NOUN)pengakuan, pengenalan, penghargaan
Italian (NOUN)riconoscimento, rilevazione
Japanese (NOUN)認識, 認知, 表彰, 認知度, 認定
Kiswahili (NOUN)utambuzi, kutambuliwa
Korean (NOUN)인식, 인정, 승인, 인지도
Latvian (NOUN)pazīšanas, atzīšanu, atpazīšana
Lithuanian (NOUN)pripažinimo, atpažinimas
Malagasy mari-pankasitrahana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)pengiktirafan, pengecaman, pengakuan, perakuan
Maltese (NOUN)rikonoxximent, għarfien
Norwegian Bokmål anerkjennelse
Persian (NOUN)شناخت, تشخیص, بازشناسی, شناسایی
Polish (NOUN)uznawania, uznanie, rozpoznawanie, ujmowanie, ujęcia
Portuguese (NOUN)reconhecimento
Querétaro Otomi reconocimiento
Romanian (NOUN)recunoaşterea
Russian (NOUN)признание, распознавания, опознавание, узнаваемости, знак признания
Samoan Aloaiaina o le
Serbian (Cyrillic) препознавање
Serbian (Latin) prepoznavanje
Slovak (NOUN)uznávanie, uznanie, rozpoznávania, vykazovanie
Slovenian (NOUN)priznanje, prepoznavanje, pripoznanje, razpoznavanja
Spanish (NOUN)reconocimiento
Swedish (NOUN)erkännande, igenkänning, redovisning, insikten
Tahitian haapao
Tamil (NOUN)அறிதல்
Telugu గుర్తింపు
Thai การรับรู้
Tongan fakalangilangi
Turkish (NOUN)tanıma, tanınması
Ukrainian (NOUN)розпізнавання, визнання, впізнаваності
Urdu (NOUN)شناسی, پہچان, شناخت, تسلیم
Vietnamese (NOUN)vinh dự, thừa nhận
Welsh (NOUN)cydnabyddiaeth, gydnabod, adnabod, chydnabod
Yucatec Maya meyajo'ob
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