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recognizee

[ ri-kog-nuh-zee, -kon-uh- ]
/ rɪˌkɒg nəˈzi, -ˌkɒn ə- /
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noun Law.

the person to whom an obligation is owed in a recognizance.

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Origin of recognizee

First recorded in 1585–95; recognize + -ee
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British Dictionary definitions for recognizee

recognizee

recognisee

/ (rɪˌkɒɡnɪˈziː) /

noun

law the person to whom one entering into a recognizance is bound
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