Capriles demanded a recount, refusing to acknowledge the official result until “every vote” could be verified.
Today, few designers ban her from coming to their shows, but they don't seem eager to acknowledge Horyn's importance either.
All right-thinking Israelis and Westerners understand and acknowledge this.
Yet no court can hold the soldiers accountable for negligence, or even get them to acknowledge their role in causing the outbreak.
Police now acknowledge that the red-light district has mutated into a global hub for human trafficking and money laundering.
I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 19th inst.
I am willing to acknowledge that I cast one of the two yes ballots.
He was not in love with me; or if he were, he was not man enough to acknowledge it.
I have, however, heard him acknowledge his scholarship to be very great.
And West would have to acknowledge, further, that he had kept quiet about it for a week.
1550s, a blend of Middle English aknow (from Old English oncnawan "understand," from on + cnawan "recognize;" see know) and Middle English knowlechen "admit, acknowledge" (c.1200; see knowledge). In the merger, a parasitic -c- slipped in, so that while the kn- became a simple "n" sound (as in know), the -c- stepped up to preserve, in this word, the ancient "kn-" sound. Related: Acknowledged; acknowledging.