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 The university's accreditation was revoked due to lack of standards.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. 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 The university's accreditation was revoked due to lack of standards.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.
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