♦ acceptance

♦ acceptance /əkˈsɛptəns/
n.
1 [u] accettazione; accoglimento: the acceptance of a present, l'accettazione di un regalo; the acceptance of a proposal, l'accoglimento di una proposta; He reacted with resigned acceptance, ha reagito con accettazione rassegnata
2 [u] accettazione; ammissione; accoglienza: his acceptance into the organization, la sua ammissione all'organizzazione
3 [uc] (comm., banca) accettazione: to present a bill for acceptance, presentare una cambiale all'accettazione; acceptance in blank (o blank acceptance) accettazione in bianco; in case of non-acceptance, in caso di mancata accettazione
4 approvazione; consenso: The idea gained wide acceptance, l'idea ha incontrato una vasta approvazione (o ampi consensi)
● (comm.) acceptance bill, cambiale accettata; accettazione □ acceptance for honour (o supra protest), accettazione per intervento □ (fin.) acceptance house, istituto d'accettazione bancaria (in GB) □ (fin.) acceptance market, mercato delle accettazioni □ (stat.) acceptance region, regione di accettazione □ (ind.) acceptance sampling, campionamento per accettazione □ (ind.) acceptance trial, prova di collaudo.

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