We accept checks.
The members of each stratum accept as their ideal of decency the scheme of life in vogue in the next higher stratum, and bend their energies to live up to that ideal.
Even if that's alright with you nobody else will accept it. I'll get shouted at afterwards so...
Philosophy teaches us to feel uncertain about the things that seem to us self-evident. Propaganda, on the other hand, teaches us to accept as self-evident matters about which it would be reasonable to suspend our judgment or to feel doubt.
Young people can recognize this about romantic love, but they find it hard to accept the same fierce element in parental affection.
Hegel's philosophy is so odd that no one would have expected him to be able to get sane men to accept it, but he did. He set it out with so much obscurity that people thought it must be profound.
We accept making a reduction in price of 5% if this will help you to develop a new market for our products.
Truth is pure, but truth is painful. No sane, selfish person would ever accept things for what they are. Such is the masochism inherent in "truth".
Accept that some days you're the pigeon and some days you're the statue.
And since she refused to accept it, she had been living in extreme discomfort, exclaiming: "Why should we spend all the capital we are ever likely to have tying ourselves down to a place we detest!"
Accept suffering and achieve atonement through it — that is what you must do.
accept a small gift/they offered me a job and I accepted/The manager would not accept her resignation/ We don't accept credit cards. I've been accepted at Harvard./accept an invitation/accept advice, suggestion
Michelle accepted her friend’s offer of accommodation at her country house for the weekend.
What harm would it do, if a man told a good strong lie for the sake of the good and for the Christian church … a lie out of necessity, a useful lie, a helpful lie, such lies would not be against God, he would accept them.
When I was a kid, I thought that if I died the world would just disappear. What a childish delusion! I just couldn't accept that the world could continue to exist without me.
Angielskie słowo "przyjmować" (accept) występuje w zestawach:Connections unit 4 2 GimnazjumNew Exam Connections Unit 4-verbs
2. take in
She couldn't take in this plan
The course is hard because you have to take in a lot of information.
Would you like to take in a movie?
They were taken in and lost their money. I couldn't take in what he was saying.
It is difficult to take in all this information?
It was an interesting lecture but there was just too much to take in.
We still can't believe that it had happened. It's a lot to take in.
too much to take in
Angielskie słowo "przyjmować" (take in) występuje w zestawach:Don't mess up with me - reading words.najpopularniejsze czasowniki frazowePhrasal verbsphrasal verbs 3
I admit he's smart, but does he have to talk over everyone's heads all the time?
In America everybody is of opinion that he has no social superiors, since all men are equal, but he does not admit that he has no social inferiors.
That way you keep thinking about me but are unable to admit to your feelings, that hot and cold feel is a real boom among young men!
The violence and injustice of the rulers of mankind is an ancient evil, for which, I am afraid, the nature human affairs can scarce admit a remedy.
Houses should be built so as to admit plenty of light as well as fresh air.
Why don't you just call a spade a spade and admit that she dumped you for that American guy she met at the English school?
Although Al-Sayib would never admit it, the real reason he hates noobs that much is that he got pwned by one while Dima watched and laughed his ass off.
Every man would like to be God, if it were possible; some few find it difficult to admit the impossibility.
When one admits that nothing is certain one must, I think, also admit that some things are much more nearly certain than others.
We have a fundamental interest in seeing our neighbour admitted into this Community as soon as possible.
1. I must admit, I'm somewhat concerned For you, Michael. / 2. You know, I admit, I had my doubts. / 3. At first, I admit, I was afraid.
v. to accept ("admitted to the United Nations"); to express one's guilt or responsibility ("He admitted that what he did was wrong.")
to allow someone to enter somewhere, especially to take someone who is sick into hospital przyjmować UK to be admitted to hospital/ US to be admitted to the hospital
Not even at gunpoint will Imogen of the Internet admit she only learned CSS to spruce up her Myspace profile in the 2000s.
Angielskie słowo "przyjmować" (admit) występuje w zestawach:Unit 9 i 10 matura master pre-intermediateMatura Masters, Unit 9Kartkówka nr 1
Head spinning, lungs screaming, she ran into its embrace.
If you embrace someone, you put your arms around them...
But when we push aside normal emotions to embrace false positivity...
You must embrace him for me, Holy Father.
I need an embrace. He embraced the socialist ideology with enthusiasm.
This is a difficult responsibility to embrace. For human history has often been a record of nations and tribes subjugating one another to serve their own interests. Yet in this new age, such attitudes are self-defeating.
He was doubtful at first but soon came to embrace my advice.
Embrace your vulnerability, feel your fear, love fully.
Why do women want to sleep in a man's embrace?
Perhaps you will be surprised but my only desire in this life is to see my son and give him a loving embrace before I die.
I think that our culture is a bit crazy not to embrace it,
Right, so she wants us to embrace – to accept – the idea of a workplace power-nap.
I think that our culture is a bit crazy not to embrace it, and one of the reasons we don't is our attitude, you know it's quite counter-cultural to do nothing in order to get ahead.
People need to be aware of their differences, but also embrace their commonness.
Angielskie słowo "przyjmować" (embrace) występuje w zestawach:Koniewicz 4SK1 cz2