Accredit (verb)

To officially recognize or give credit to (someone or something) as being qualified or competent to perform a particular task or function.

Origin:

From latin accredere, from ad- + credere to believe.

Examples:

  1. The university was accredited by the national accrediting body.
  2. The teacher was accredited by the state board of education.
  3. The hospital was accredited by the American Medical Association.
  4. The journalist was accredited by the foreign ministry to cover the event.
  5. The school was accredited by the ministry of education.
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