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derecognize

[ dee-rek-uhg-nahyz ]
/ di藞r蓻k 蓹g藢na瑟z /
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verb (used with object), de路rec路og路nized, de路rec路og路niz路ing.
to withdraw diplomatic recognition from: to derecognize a foreign government.
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Also especially British, de路rec路og路nise .

Origin of derecognize

First recorded in 1945鈥50; de- + recognize
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British Dictionary definitions for derecognize

derecognize

derecognise

/ (di藧藞r蓻k蓹伞藢na瑟z) /

verb (tr)
to cease to recognize a trade union as having special negotiating rights within a company or industry
to advise (a trade union) of such action

Derived forms of derecognize

derecognition, noun
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