recognition / ˌrɛk əgˈnɪʃ ən /


recognition 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an act of recognizing or the state of being recognized.
  2. the identification of something as having been previously seen, heard, known, etc.
  3. the perception of something as existing or true; realization.
  4. the acknowledgment of something as valid or as entitled to consideration: the recognition of a claim.
  5. the acknowledgment of achievement, service, merit, etc.
  6. the expression of this in the form of some token of appreciation: This promotion constitutes our recognition of her exceptional ability.
  7. formal acknowledgment conveying approval or sanction.
  8. acknowledgment of right to be heard or given attention: The chairman refused recognition to any delegate until order could be restored.
  9. International Law. an official act by which one state acknowledges the existence of another state or government, or of belligerency or insurgency.
  10. the automated conversion of information, as words or images, into a form that can be processed by a machine, especially a computer or computerized device.Compare optical character recognition, pattern recognition.
  11. Biochemistry. the responsiveness of one substance to another based on the reciprocal fit of a portion of their molecular shapes.

recognition 近义词

n. 名词 noun

identification, acknowledgment

n. 名词 noun

appreciation given


  1. In 2018, four software engineers set up a company in Ghana to address this limitation of facial recognition software.
  2. Perhaps no esports organization has more clout or recognition than FaZe Clan.
  3. If you are a setup based on any of the online business ideas, this can increase the sales as well as the overall recognition and reputation of your company.
  4. So, he was able to get a lot of recognition and coverage without having to spend that much on advertising.
  5. This trend of voice search on smartphones continues to rise – all thanks to advances in speech recognition technology.
  6. His hunger strike in December 2011 received nation-wide recognition and was one of the sparks that ignited the protest movement.
  7. In a recent interview with Britain's The Sunday Times, Sola Jimenez said all he wants is recognition.
  8. “It has yet to receive the recognition it deserves,” said Richardson.
  9. Some heads nodded in recognition of this, others look startled.
  10. This was the act of an organized group seeking international recognition, moral equivalency, and money.
  11. Recognition of the pneumococcus depends upon its morphology, the fact that it is Gram-staining, and the presence of a capsule.
  12. The early recognition of pictured objects, of which certain animals have a measure, is often strikingly discerning.
  13. Any moment, if he looked up, he would meet eyes—eyes that gazed with dim yet definite recognition into his own across the night.
  14. Recognition of these staining properties marked the beginning of modern hematology.
  15. The recognition did not lessen the reality, the poignancy of the revelation by any suggestion or promise of instability.