• US /ˌrɛkəɡˈnɪʃən/
  • UK /ˌrekəgˈnɪʃn/
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  • n. 承認:公認; 賞識;表彰; 承認;認可; 賞識;表彰; 認出;識別;
  • Phil had to wait a long time for her recognition that he was correct
  • Kelly was proud to receive recognition for her singing ability
  • Diane appreciated the recognition of her authority as teacher
  • George received recognition for his scientific research
  • Carl had no recognition of the woman standing at his door

怎麼當英雄? (What Makes a Hero?)

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  1. special recognition, or power.

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  1. Sudden realization of great desire or lust for someone; where such feelings had never been present for that individual before. Much like being struck by "cupid's arrow." Derivatives and other forms -Recognition (Noun) -To recognize (Verb) {can only be used in past tense}
    (Recognition) Grace felt a sudden strong desire for him, and realized it was the call of recognition. (To recognize) They two had been friends for a while, and Will had finally recognized her.
  2. This is an alternative meaning of the word. With emphasis on the " REE" long 'e'. In this instance it refers to someone who repeats the same questions, conspiracy theories and jokes over and over and over ad nauseum.
    Sheila: Randy can't take a hint! I keep telling him I won't come to his house to see his collection if antique Unix terminals but he asks me about it every 5 minutes. Joe: Sorry Sheila, he means well but he got a mental condition called RECOGNITION. So the same ideas just keep popping up over and over and over.