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Traducciones detalladas de acceptable de inglés a francés

acceptable:


Translation Matrix for acceptable:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
courant brook; creek; current; drift; electricity; intellectual propensity; intellectual trend; ocean current; river; rivulet; stream; streamlet
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- satisfactory
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
à la mode fashionable
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- reasonable; welcome
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
acceptable acceptable effective; efficient; fit; proper; suitable
admissible acceptable
ayant cours acceptable; common; current
banal acceptable; common; current average; banal; below the belt; coarse; common; commonplace; crude; empty; futile; gross; hollow; idle; infinitesimal; insignificant; little; meaningless; mediocre; minimal; minor; nasty; rotten; scant; seedy; shabby; slight; small; trifling; trite; trivial; unimportant; unmannerly; unremarkable; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vulgar
commun acceptable; common; current altogether; combined; common; commonly; communal; crude; customary; habitual; in all; joint; jointly; normal; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; shared; sympathized; together; usual; vulgar; with each other; with one another
convaincant acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable conclusive; convincing; effective; pressing
courant acceptable; common; current circulating; common; commonly; continuous; customary; fluent; fluently; habitual; jogging; mean; non stop; normal; ordinarily; ordinary; pedestrian; plain; present; quite common; running; running a race; smooth; streaming; trough; usual; vile
crédible acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable convincing; legitimate; reasonable; solid; sound; valid
d'une façon convaincante acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable conclusive; convincing; effective
d'une manière vraisemblable acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable
d'usage acceptable; common; current common; commonly; customary; habitual; mean; normal; ordinarily; ordinary; pedestrian; quite common; usual; vile
de façon vraisemblable acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable
de mise acceptable; common; current normal
dernier cri acceptable; common; current bright; dapper; fashionable; hot of the press; nimble; sprightly; spry; straight off; trendy; worldly minded
généralement admis acceptable; common; current mean; normal; pedestrian; vile
habituel acceptable; common; current common; commonly; conventional; customary; habitual; mean; normal; of old; ordinarily; ordinary; pedestrian; quite common; time-honored; time-honoured; traditional; traditionally; true to tradition; usual; vile
mondain acceptable; common; current bright; dapper; fashionable; mondain; mondaine; mundane; nimble; sophisticated; sprightly; spry; trendy; worldly; worldly minded; worldly-wise
normal acceptable; common; current common; commonly; customary; habitual; mean; normal; ordinarily; ordinary; pedestrian; plain; quite common; usual; vile
négociable acceptable; common; current bookable; marketable; negotiable; saleable; vendible
plausible acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable convincing; legitimate; likely; plausible; plausibly; presumably; probable; reasonable; solid; sound; valid
plausiblement acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable likely; plausible; plausibly; presumably; probable
probable acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable likely; plausible; plausibly; presumably; probable
usuel acceptable; common; current mean; normal; pedestrian; vile
vendable acceptable; common; current marketable; negotiable; saleable; vendible
vraisemblable acceptable; believable; credible; likely; plausible; reasonable; reliable convincing; legitimate; likely; plausible; plausibly; presumably; probable; reasonable; solid; sound; valid
à la mode acceptable; common; current bright; dapper; fashion-conscious; fashionable; in fashion; in vogue; mondain; nimble; popular; snappy; snazzy; sophisticated; sprightly; spry; stylish; trendy; worldly; worldly minded

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Antónimos de "acceptable":


Definiciones relacionadas de "acceptable":

  1. worthy of acceptance or satisfactory1
    • acceptable levels of radiation1
    • performances varied from acceptable to excellent1
  2. adequate for the purpose1
    • the water was acceptable for drinking1
  3. meeting requirements1
  4. judged to be in conformity with approved usage1
    • acceptable English usage1

Wiktionary: acceptable

acceptable
adjective
  1. capable, worthy or sure of being accepted
acceptable
Cross Translation:
FromToVia
acceptable valide geldig — waarvan de waarde of wettigheid erkend wordt
acceptable acceptable akzeptabel — in einer Weise, dass man es akzeptieren kann
acceptable satisfaisant befriedigend — so, dass es die beteiligen zufrieden macht

accept:

to accept verbo (accepts, accepted, accepting)

  1. to accept (abide; take on; take possession of; take)
    accepter; assumer; admettre
    • accepter verbo (accepte, acceptes, acceptons, acceptez, )
    • assumer verbo (assume, assumes, assumons, assumez, )
    • admettre verbo (admets, admet, admettons, admettez, )
  2. to accept (receive; collect)
    recevoir; accueillir; prendre; accepter; engager; ramasser; assumer; entamer
    • recevoir verbo (reçois, reçoit, recevons, recevez, )
    • accueillir verbo (accueille, accueilles, accueillons, accueillez, )
    • prendre verbo (prends, prend, prenons, prenez, )
    • accepter verbo (accepte, acceptes, acceptons, acceptez, )
    • engager verbo (engage, engages, engageons, engagez, )
    • ramasser verbo (ramasse, ramasses, ramassons, ramassez, )
    • assumer verbo (assume, assumes, assumons, assumez, )
    • entamer verbo (entame, entames, entamons, entamez, )
  3. to accept (allow; permit; agree)
    permettre; accorder; consentir; autoriser; concéder
    • permettre verbo (permets, permet, permettons, permettez, )
    • accorder verbo (accorde, accordes, accordons, accordez, )
    • consentir verbo (consens, consent, consentons, consentez, )
    • autoriser verbo (autorise, autorises, autorisons, autorisez, )
    • concéder verbo (concède, concèdes, concédons, concédez, )
  4. to accept (acknowledge; approve)
    approuver; ratifier; homologuer
    • approuver verbo (approuve, approuves, approuvons, approuvez, )
    • ratifier verbo (ratifie, ratifies, ratifions, ratifiez, )
    • homologuer verbo (homologue, homologues, homologuons, homologuez, )
  5. to accept (accept a gift; take)
    accepter; adopter; prendre; accepter un cadeau
    • accepter verbo (accepte, acceptes, acceptons, acceptez, )
    • adopter verbo (adopte, adoptes, adoptons, adoptez, )
    • prendre verbo (prends, prend, prenons, prenez, )
  6. to accept (submit to; put up with; let happen; let come)

Conjugaciones de accept:

present
  1. accept
  2. accept
  3. accepts
  4. accept
  5. accept
  6. accept
simple past
  1. accepted
  2. accepted
  3. accepted
  4. accepted
  5. accepted
  6. accepted
present perfect
  1. have accepted
  2. have accepted
  3. has accepted
  4. have accepted
  5. have accepted
  6. have accepted
past continuous
  1. was accepting
  2. were accepting
  3. was accepting
  4. were accepting
  5. were accepting
  6. were accepting
future
  1. shall accept
  2. will accept
  3. will accept
  4. shall accept
  5. will accept
  6. will accept
continuous present
  1. am accepting
  2. are accepting
  3. is accepting
  4. are accepting
  5. are accepting
  6. are accepting
subjunctive
  1. be accepted
  2. be accepted
  3. be accepted
  4. be accepted
  5. be accepted
  6. be accepted
diverse
  1. accept!
  2. let's accept!
  3. accepted
  4. accepting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

accept [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the accept
    – A UI element the user presses to agree to an incoming file transfer, invitation, audio/video call, or application sharing. 2
    accepter
    • accepter verbo (accepte, acceptes, acceptons, acceptez, )
  2. the accept
    – A UI button the user presses to agree to an incoming file transfer, invitation, or application sharing. 2
    accepter
    • accepter verbo (accepte, acceptes, acceptons, acceptez, )

Translation Matrix for accept:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
accepter adoption
homologuer homologate
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
accepter abide; accept; accept a gift; collect; receive; take; take on; take possession of acknowledge viability; allow; award; comply with; grant; hallmark
accepter un cadeau accept; accept a gift; take
accorder accept; agree; allow; permit adjust; agree on; agree with; allocate; allot; allow; arrange; assign; authorise; authorize; award; bestow on; cede; comply with; concede; confer; donate; give; give in; grant; permit; reconcile; synchronise; synchronize; tolerate; tune in; yield
accueillir accept; collect; receive accomodate; bid welcome; do someone well; dock; entertain; give shelter; hail; regale; stand treat; treat; welcome
admettre abide; accept; take; take on; take possession of accede; admit; admit the truth; allow; authorise; authorize; concede; confess; deliver; draw new members; give in; give one's fiat to; grant; hand over; let in; permit; recruit; submit to; surrender; tolerate
adopter accept; accept a gift; take adopt
approuver accept; acknowledge; approve admit; agree; agree to; allow; approve; assent to; authorise; authorize; back up; concede; confirm; consent to; endorse; give one's fiat to; grant; permit; sanction; shore; submit to; support; tolerate; validate
assumer abide; accept; collect; receive; take; take on; take possession of
autoriser accept; agree; allow; permit admit; allow; authorise; authorize; confirm; give one's fiat to; grant; permit; sanction; tolerate; validate
concéder accept; agree; allow; permit admit; allocate; allot; allow; assign; authorise; authorize; bestow on; cede; concede; confer; give; give one's fiat to; grant; permit; submit to; tolerate; yield
consentir accept; agree; allow; permit admit; agree; agree to; agree with; allocate; allot; allow; approve; assent to; assign; authorise; authorize; back up; bestow on; concede; confer; confirm; consent to; correspond to; endorse; fit; give; give in; give one's fiat to; go to great pains; grant; match; permit; sanction; shore; submit to; support; take pains; tolerate; try hard; validate; yield
engager accept; collect; receive administer; adopt; appeal to; apply; appoint; avail oneself of; begin; call; call in; call over; commence; draw new members; employ; enforce; engage; enlist; enter; enter into; hire; implement; initiate; invite; invoke; kick off; make use of; mobilise; mobilize; nominate; operationalize; pawn; practice; practise; recruit; set in motion; set up; sign on; start; start to; strike up; take; take off; take on; take upon oneself; tie on to; undertake; use; utilise; utilize
entamer accept; collect; receive be off; begin; break into; bring in; bring up; broach; broach a subject; commence; cut; cut into; enter into; get under way; initiate; introduce; open; postulate; prompt; put forward; put on the table; raise; reap; set in motion; set up; start; start to; sting; strike up; suggest; take off; take on; take upon oneself; throw up; toss in the air; toss up; undertake
homologuer accept; acknowledge; approve
ne pas se défendre de qc accept; let come; let happen; put up with; submit to
permettre accept; agree; allow; permit admit; agree to; allow; assent to; authorise; authorize; award; comply with; concede; confirm; consent to; enable; give one's fiat to; grant; learn; make possible; permit; sanction; submit to; tolerate; validate
prendre accept; accept a gift; collect; receive; take absorb; annex; apprehend; arrest; bear a grudge; bear malice; begin; blame; blame someone of; cadge; captivate; capture; catch; caught; chain; choose; clamp; clasp; clutch; collar; collect; come round for; commence; conquer; deprive; detain; discredit; dive in; drag; employ; enchain; enchant; enthral; enthrall; expropriate; fall to; fascinate; fetch; filch; gather; get hold of; get hold of something; get one's hands on; get something; glean; go thieving; grab; grasp; grip; handle; harbour a grudge; hold; imprison; intrigue; lap up; lay one's hands on; make inaccessible; make off with; make use of; nick; obtain; occupy; overcome by; pick; pick out; pick up; pilfer; pinch; practice; practise; prefer; purloin; rancor; rancour; reach; rebuke; receive for one's portion; recruit; reprimand; reproach; rob; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; secure; seize; seize upon; select; serve oneself; set in motion; set up; shackle; single out; sip up; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snitch; snout; sort out; start; start to; steal; stick; strike up; swipe; take; take along; take away; take hold of; take in; take off; take on; take possession of; take up; take upon oneself; toil and moil; trap; undertake; use; utilise; utilize; yearn
ramasser accept; collect; receive collect; come round for; fetch; gather; gather together; glean; horde; pick up; save; scrape together; sweep together; take; take along; take away
ratifier accept; acknowledge; approve agree to; assent; assent to; authenticate; authorise; authorize; bear out; certify; confirm; consent to; guarantee; notice; ratify; sanction; seal; signal; support; underwrite; uphold; validate; vouch for; warrant
recevoir accept; collect; receive acquire; come by; entertain; gain; get hold of; get hold of something; get one's hands on; lay one's hands on; obtain; procure; receive; receive for one's portion; regale; secure; seize; seize upon; take possession of; welcome
s'accomoder de qc accept; let come; let happen; put up with; submit to
s'arranger de qc accept; let come; let happen; put up with; submit to
se contenter de qc accept; let come; let happen; put up with; submit to
se laisser attribuer qc accept; let come; let happen; put up with; submit to
- admit; assume; bear; consent; go for; have; live with; swallow; take; take on; take over
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- approve; approve of; obey; receive; respond

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Definiciones relacionadas de "accept":

  1. tolerate or accommodate oneself to1
    • I shall have to accept these unpleasant working conditions1
  2. consider or hold as true1
    • I cannot accept the dogma of this church1
    • accept an argument1
  3. be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal1
    • The cow accepted the bull1
  4. react favorably to; consider right and proper1
    • People did not accept atonal music at that time1
    • We accept the idea of universal health care1
  5. give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to1
    • I cannot accept your invitation1
  6. make use of or accept for some purpose1
  7. receive (a report) officially, as from a committee1
  8. receive willingly something given or offered1
    • Please accept my present1
  9. admit into a group or community1
    • accept students for graduate study1
  10. take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person1
    • I'll accept the charges1
  11. be designed to hold or take1
  12. A UI element the user presses to agree to an incoming file transfer, invitation, audio/video call, or application sharing.2
  13. A UI button the user presses to agree to an incoming file transfer, invitation, or application sharing.2

Wiktionary: accept

accept
verb
  1. to receive officially
  2. to agree to
  3. to endure patiently
  4. to receive with consent
accept
verb
  1. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  2. recevoir par choix, faveur ou condescendance.
  3. choisir quelqu’un pour fils ou pour fille et lui en donner les droits civils en remplir certaines conditions prescrire par la loi.
  4. Prendre à gré ; recevoir favorablement.
  5. accepter, prendre ce qui donner, ce qui présenter, ce qui offrir sans qu’il devoir.
  6. (vieilli) rassembler les fruits d’une terre, en faire la récolte ; on dit plutôt « récolter ».
  7. pourvoir de vêtements quelqu’un qui en a besoin.
  8. Tolérer

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
accept accepter accepteren — aannemen, graag ontvangen
accept accepter accepteren — aanvaarden
accept accepter aanvaarden — accepteren
accept accepter akzeptieren — sich mit etwas einverstanden erklären
accept accepter annehmen — einen Vorschlag oder ein Angebot: akzeptieren
accept accepter annehmen — in Empfang nehmen
accept tolérer tolerierenetwas / jemanden tolerieren; hinnehmen, dulden