An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (distinguished)
a. reputable
Fernando es un acreditado lutier de violines.Fernando is a reputable violin luthier.
b. well-known
El regalo fue un reloj de pulsera de una marca acreditada.The gift was a golden watch of a well-known brand.
2. (having authorization)
a. accredited
Solamente las personas acreditadas tienen acceso a los bastidores.Only accredited people are allowed backstage.
b. official
Un representante acreditado se pondrá en contacto y te brindará más información.An official agent will contact you and provide more information.
c. authorized
Solo el personal acreditado puede operar la maquinaria.Only authorized personnel can operate the equipment.
d. authorised (United Kingdom)
El guardia de seguridad no me dejó pasar porque no estaba acreditado.The security guard didn't let me in because I wasn't authorised.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (médico, abogado)
a. distinguished
2. (marca)
a. reputable
3. (embajador, representante)
a. accredited
(Política) accredited; (estimado) reputable
nuestro representante acreditado our official agent; una casa acreditada a reputable firm
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