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accept

v. to receive something with approval and intention to keep it. This use often arises on the question of accepting a payment which is late or not complete or accepting the "service" (delivery) of legal papers.

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UAE retailers have experienced an in increase in traffic in their store with 68 percent claiming that their revenues have improved since they started accepting digital payments, according a recent study by Visa.
A common barrier to acceptance is the myth that accepting a difficult situation means that you condone or approve of it but that's not the case.
However, most people confuse being accepting for being submissive.
Commonwealth of Independent States Least Accepting; Oceania Most Accepting
Meanwhile the Payable app has instant sign up, any individual or merchant with a bank account can usually start accepting payments right away.
Officers shall avoid accepting lavish hospitality or frequent hospitality from persons having official dealings with them or from commercial firms or other organisations, the rules say.
Hurt but not defeated, Blair first joined a sorority that was more accepting of lesbians, but last summer she formed a new sorority for lesbian and bisexual women: Alpha Chi Upsilon.
Everywhere Mirinda Jackson turns she sees minority small business owners who don't realize the value of accepting purchasing cards from their customers, mainly the federal government and large corporations.
Firms accepting the retiree drug subsidy were less certain about whether they would continue to take this approach in future years, according to survey results.
Tony Maikin; Scott Pudalov, CBRE, accepting Most Deals Leased Award; and Kevin Taylor, Robin Hood, accepting a $5,000 donation given on behalf of CBRE.
Beginning in processing year 2005 (for 2004 tax year returns), e-file began accepting returns with Married Filing Separate status for community property states.
What are you having trouble accepting or letting go of?