Acceptance (noun)

  1. The act of accepting or receiving something offered.
  2. The state of being accepted or recognized as valid or suitable.
  3. The belief in and willingness to engage with a concept or situation.

Origin:

From middle english acceptaunce, borrowed from old french acceptance, from latin acceptiŨ ("a receiving, receiving into favor"), from acceptus, past participle of accipere ("to take, receive").

Examples:

  1. The acceptance of the offer was made in writing.
  2. Her acceptance of the award was met with a standing ovation.
  3. The acceptance of the new technology was slow at first.
  4. His acceptance of the new job was a difficult decision.
  5. The acceptance of diversity is an important aspect of the company's culture.
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