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accepter

[ ak-sep-ter ]

noun

  1. a person or thing that accepts.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of accepter1

First recorded in 1575–85; accept + -er 1

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Example Sentences

And it was plain to me that this girl was no beggar, no passive accepter of bounties unearned from anybody.

Dans le mme cas, leur propre Gouvernement est tenu de n'exiger ni accepter d'eux aucun service contraire la parole donne.

Il peut, conformment ce qui est rgl par l'article 44, accepter la remise de la contrebande qui lui est offerte par le navire arrt.

An Englishman took the bill, and after a careful examination said he neither knew the drawer, the accepter, nor the backer.

Pour Dimanche il ma fallu accepter une invitation pour Camberwell, que je ne pouvais absolument pas refuser.

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