Accreditation ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Accreditation ( noun )

  1. The act of officially recognizing a person or organization as having met certain standards.
  2. The state of being officially recognized as meeting certain standards.

Origin:

From middle french accreditation, from latin accreditatio, from accredere ("to give credit to"), from ad- ("to") + credere ("to believe, trus.t")

Examples:

  1. The university's accreditation was revoked due to lack of standards.
  2. The school's accreditation ensured that its degrees were recognized by employers.
  3. The company's accreditation by a national organization was a sign of its excellence.
  4. The laboratory was seeking accreditation for its testing methods.
  5. The accreditation process was rigorous and required extensive documentation.

(As a verb)

Accreditation ( verb )

  1. To officially recognize a person or organization as having met certain standards.
  2. To grant official recognition to as meeting certain standards.

Origin:

From middle french accreditation, from latin accreditatio, from accredere ("to give credit to"), from ad- ("to") + credere ("to believe, trus.t")

Examples:

  1. The university was accredited by a national organization.
  2. The school was accredited by the state board of education.
  3. The laboratory was accredited for its testing methods.
  4. The company was accredited for its safety procedures.
  5. The teacher was accredited by the national board of education.
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