acknowledgement അംഗീകാരം


acknowledgement = അംഗീകാരം

Pronunciation =  acknowledgement

Pronunciation in Malayalam = അക്‌നൗലെഡ്ജ്മെന്റ്

acknowledgement in Malayalam: അംഗീകാരം

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: acceptance of the truth or existence of something 

Definition in Malayalam: സത്യത്തിൻറെയോ ഏതെങ്കിലും അസ്തിത്വത്തിൻറെയോ അംഗീകാരം

Examples in English:

  • Acknowledgement of good work is always appreciated.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • നല്ല പ്രവൃത്തിയുടെ അംഗീകാരം എപ്പോഴും വിലമതിക്കപ്പെടുന്നു.

Synonyms of acknowledgement

Synonyms in Malayalam അംഗീകാരം, നൽകുക, ഏറ്റുപറയൽ, അഭിനന്ദനം
Synonyms in English acceptance, granting, confession, appreciation

Antonyms of acknowledgement

Antonyms in Malayalam പരസ്പരവിരുദ്ധം, നിരസിക്കുക, നിഷേധിക്കുക, വിയോജിക്കുക, നിരാകരിക്കുക
Antonyms in English contradict, decline, deny, disagree, disapprove

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