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Meaning of accept #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 14, 2006 16:33 pm   Meaning of accept
 

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #138 "Ways of disagreeing", question 2

There's no way I can ......... that.

(a) incline
(b) consume
(c) indicate
(d) accept

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #138 "Ways of disagreeing", answer 2

There's no way I can accept that.

Correct answer: (d) accept
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i want to find out english meanings of accept

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To accept #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 14, 2006 18:39 pm   To accept
 

To accept is to take (something which is offered): he had no cash, but the salesman accepted a cheque; I would like you to accept this small gift; he has accepted a job in the Post Office.

It also means to agree (to do something): I have invited thirty people to the party and they have all accepted.
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