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The example sentences of RECOGNIZE in videos (15 in total of 1014)

some determiner can modal recognize verb, base form text noun, singular or mass , others noun, plural can modal recognize verb, base form speech noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction respond verb, base form with preposition or subordinating conjunction speech noun, singular or mass as preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner examples noun, plural ,
a determiner particular adjective instrument noun, singular or mass , if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present an determiner oboe noun, singular or mass , or coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner flute noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction a determiner violin noun, singular or mass ,
i personal pronoun also adverb want verb, non-3rd person singular present to to recognize verb, base form provost proper noun, singular randhawa proper noun, singular i personal pronoun also adverb want verb, non-3rd person singular present to to recognize verb, base form mayor proper noun, singular julie proper noun, singular manning verb, gerund or present participle
is verb, 3rd person singular present to to recognize verb, base form that preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun really adverb are verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner very adverb substantial adjective proportion noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner population noun, singular or mass ,
additionally adverb , asimo proper noun, singular is verb, 3rd person singular present also adverb able adjective to to recognize verb, base form its possessive pronoun name noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction respond verb, base form to to and coordinating conjunction recognize verb, base form the determiner
his possessive pronoun mail noun, singular or mass order noun, singular or mass business noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense christened verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner name verb, base form we personal pronoun all determiner now adverb recognize verb, base form virgin proper noun, singular .
feminine verb, base form we personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present masculine verb, base form we personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present parent noun, singular or mass we personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present child noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present ancient adjective right noun, singular or mass
now adverb i personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present that preposition or subordinating conjunction people noun, plural have verb, non-3rd person singular present jobs noun, plural , families noun, plural , and coordinating conjunction other adjective obligations noun, plural , but coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present to to recognize verb, base form
i personal pronoun did verb, past tense n't adverb recognize verb, base form that preposition or subordinating conjunction before preposition or subordinating conjunction but coordinating conjunction now adverb i personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present kind noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction recognize verb, base form that preposition or subordinating conjunction like preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun was verb, past tense talking verb, gerund or present participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner
- i personal pronoun think verb, non-3rd person singular present he personal pronoun 'll modal recognize verb, base form him personal pronoun when wh-adverb he personal pronoun sees verb, 3rd person singular present his possessive pronoun face noun, singular or mass - i personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present n't adverb think verb, base form so adverb
recognize verb, base form maybe adverb not adverb sometimes adverb in preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner moment noun, singular or mass because preposition or subordinating conjunction like preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun said verb, past tense that determiner ego noun, singular or mass completely adverb took verb, past tense over adverb but coordinating conjunction we personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present at preposition or subordinating conjunction some determiner point noun, singular or mass
you personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present n't adverb recognize verb, base form that determiner name noun, singular or mass well adverb you personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present who wh-pronoun does verb, 3rd person singular present recognize verb, base form it personal pronoun james verb, 3rd person singular present bond noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present who wh-pronoun yes interjection this determiner
thing noun, singular or mass from preposition or subordinating conjunction us personal pronoun to to recognize verb, base form him personal pronoun to to recognize verb, base form him personal pronoun as preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner creator noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction to to obey verb, base form him personal pronoun not adverb for preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun sake noun, singular or mass
we personal pronoun all determiner recognize verb, base form this determiner and coordinating conjunction this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner very adverb interesting adjective thing noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present that preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun recognize verb, non-3rd person singular present ,
and coordinating conjunction learn verb, base form to to recognize verb, base form what wh-pronoun that determiner vibration noun, singular or mass feels verb, 3rd person singular present like preposition or subordinating conjunction , whenever wh-adverb the determiner ink noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present going verb, gerund or present participle

Use "recognize" in a sentence | "recognize" example sentences

How to use "recognize" in a sentence?

  • Be prepared, work hard, and hope for a little luck. Recognize that the harder you work and the better prepared you are, the more luck you might have.
    -Ed Bradley-
  • I've been amazed that it's so popular with people. But it's been fantastic. People are very excited when I walk into a place and they recognize me from the series.
    -Victor Garber-
  • All the goodness, beauty, and perfection of a human being belong to the one who knows how to recognize these qualities.
    -Georgette Leblanc-
  • Don't eat anything your great-great grandmother wouldn't recognize as food. There are a great many food-like items in the supermarket your ancestors wouldn't recognize as food.. stay away from these
    -Michael Pollan-
  • The liberties and freedoms which we hold dear and we recognize and cherish and respect guide the way we gather information in the United States
    -John Ashcroft-
  • The strongest thing you can cultivate as an entrepreneur is to not rely on luck but cultivating an ability to recognize fortunate situations when they are occurring.
    -Jack Dorsey-
  • The funny thing is, strangers still seem to feel comfortable coming up to me and saying things, but now usually it’s because they recognize me, and they say nice things.
    -Todd Solondz-
  • Great feelings take with them their own universe, splendid or abject. They light up with their passion an exclusive world in which they recognize their climate.
    -Albert Camus-

Definition and meaning of RECOGNIZE

What does "recognize mean?"

/ˈrekəɡˌnīz/

recognize

verb
To accept the legal authority of someone, thing.

What are synonyms of "recognize"?
Some common synonyms of "recognize" are:
  • acknowledge,
  • accept,
  • admit,
  • concede,
  • allow,
  • grant,
  • confess,
  • own,
  • realize,
  • perceive,
  • discern,
  • appreciate,
  • understand,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əkˈnäləj/

acknowledge
verb

To say you have received a letter, gift, etc..

/əkˈsept/

accept
verb

consent to receive or undertake.

/ədˈmit/

admit
verb

To allow someone to enter.

/kənˈsēd/

concede
verb

finally admit something is true.

/əˈlou/

allow
verb

To admit the validity or truth of something.

/ɡrant/

grant
noun verb

sum of money given by organization for particular purpose. agree to give or allow (something requested) to.

/kənˈfes/

confess
verb

admit to crime or wrongdoing.

own

/ōn/

own
adjective determiner pronoun verb

Belong to oneself. Yours, his, hers, etc.; not belonging to another. (Something) belong to myself. possess.

/ˈrē(ə)ˌlīz/

realize
verb

To become aware of or understand mentally.

/pərˈsēv/

perceive
verb

become aware or conscious of.

/dəˈsərn/

discern
verb

recognize or find out.

/əˈprēSHēˌāt/

appreciate
verb

To rise in value (of property or belongings).

/ˌəndərˈstand/

understand
verb

To know the meaning of language, what someone says.

What are antonyms of "recognize"?
Some common antonyms of "recognize" are:
  • overlook,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

overlook
noun verb

commanding position or view. fail to notice.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "recognize"

recognize

To be able to identify or remember someone or something because of some dist ...

To be able to identify or remember someone or something because of some distinguishing trait, characteristic, behavior, etc.

recognize is

To be able to perceive and understand the true nature of someone or something.

To be able to perceive and understand the true nature of someone or something.