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I didnt recognize you at first with your new haircut i can always recognize him from far away by the way he walks they recognized the odor at once the us government has now recognized the newly formed country they refused to recognize the treaty. To acknowledge as the person entitled to speak at a particular time the speaker recognized the congressman from maine to acknowledge formally as entitled to treatment as a political unit the united states promptly recognized israel to acknowledge or accept formally a specified factual or legal situation to recognize a successful revolutionary regime as the de facto government of the country. It does not matter whether we recognize a king or an emperor or a president as our ruler the bill of fare contains nothing which they recognize as such. 1 to perceive a person creature or thing to be the same as or belong to the same class as something previously seen or known know again. 2 to show appreciation respect or affection for someone with a public celebration an awards banquet to recognize local heroes