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There are 88 total results for your acceptance search.

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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

受諾

see styles
Japanese judaku / じゅだく
Japanese (noun/participle) acceptance

也罷


也罢

see styles
Mandarin yě bà / ye3 ba4
Taiwan yeh pa
Chinese (reduplicated) whether... or...; never mind; fine (indicating acceptance or resignation)

了承

see styles
Japanese ryoushou / ryosho / りょうしょう Japanese (noun/participle) acknowledgement; acknowledgment; understanding (e.g. "please be understanding of the mess during our renovation"); noting; acceptance

享受

see styles
Mandarin xiǎng shòu / xiang3 shou4
Taiwan hsiang shou
Japanese kyouju / kyoju / きょうじゅ
Chinese to enjoy; to live it up; pleasure; CL:種|种[zhong3]
Japanese (noun/participle) reception; acceptance; enjoyment; being given
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

保留

see styles
Mandarin bǎo liú / bao3 liu2
Taiwan pao liu
Japanese horyuu / horyu / ほりゅう
Chinese to retain; to continue to have; to preserve; to maintain; to reserve; reservations; to hold back (approval or acceptance)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) reserve; putting on hold; deferment; (2) hold (e.g. telephone button); pending

信受

see styles
Mandarin xìn shòu / xin4 shou4
Taiwan hsin shou
Japanese shinju / しんじゅ
Japanese (noun/participle) belief; acceptance (of truths)
The receptivity and obedience of faith; to believe and receive (the doctrine); to have confidence

信認

see styles
Japanese shinnin / しんにん Japanese (noun/participle) acknowledge; acceptance; admission

倍率

see styles
Japanese bairitsu / ばいりつ Japanese (1) magnification; leverage; amplification; scaling factor; scale factor; (2) acceptance rate; pass rate (of an exam, etc.)

受付

see styles
Japanese uketsuke / うけつけ Japanese (1) reception (desk); information desk; (noun/participle) (2) receipt; acceptance

受入

see styles
Japanese ukeire / ukere / うけいれ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) receiving; acceptance; reception

受理

see styles
Mandarin shòu lǐ / shou4 li3
Taiwan shou li
Japanese juri / じゅり
Chinese to accept to hear a case; to handle (a service)
Japanese (noun/participle) acceptance

受納


受纳

see styles
Mandarin shòu nà / shou4 na4
Taiwan shou na
Japanese junou / juno / じゅのう
Chinese to accept; to receive (tribute)
Japanese (noun/participle) acceptance; receiving

受領


受领

see styles
Mandarin shòu lǐng / shou4 ling3
Taiwan shou ling
Japanese zuryou;zurou / zuryo;zuro / ずりょう;ずろう    juryou / juryo / じゅりょう
Chinese to receive
Japanese provincial governor (from the middle of the Heian period); (noun/participle) receipt (of letter); acknowledgement; acceptance; (place-name, surname) Ukeryou

圓教


圆教

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Mandarin yuán jiào / yuan2 jiao4
Taiwan yüan chiao
Japanese engyō
The complete, perfect, or comprehensive doctrine; the school or sect of Mahāyāna which represents it. The term has had three references. The first was by 光統 Guangtong of the Later Wei, sixth century, who defined three schools, 漸 gradual, 頓 immediate, and 圓 inclusive or complete. The Tiantai called its fourth section the inclusive, complete, or perfect teaching 圓, the other three being 三藏 Hīnayāna, 通 Mahāyāna-cum-Hīnayāna, 別 Mahāyāna. The Huayan so called its fifth section, i.e. 小乘; 大乘始; 大乘終; 頓 and 圓. It is the Tiantai version that is in general acceptance, defined as a perfect whole and as complete in its parts; for the whole is the absolute and its parts are therefore the absolute; the two may be called noumenon and phenomenon, or 空 and 假 (or 俗), but in reality they are one, i.e. the 中 medial condition. To conceive these three as a whole is the Tiantai inclusive or 'perfect' doctrine. The Huayan 'perfect' doctrine also taught that unity and differentiation, or absolute and relative, were one, a similar doctrine to that of the identity of contraries. In Tiantai teaching the harmony is due to its underlying unity; its completeness to the permeation of this unity in all phenomena; these two are united in the medial 中 principle; to comprehend these three principles at one and the same time is the complete, all-containing, or 'perfect' doctrine of Tiantai. There are other definitions of the all-inclusive doctrine, e.g. the eight complete things, complete in teaching, principles, knowledge, etc. 圓教四門 v. 四門.

奉戴

see styles
Japanese houtai / hotai / ほうたい Japanese (noun/participle) having a prince for a president; being the recipient of (an imperial favor, favour); reverential acceptance

妄信

see styles
Japanese moushin / moshin / もうしん    boushin / boshin / ぼうしん Japanese (noun/participle) blind acceptance; blind belief; credulity

引受

see styles
Japanese hikiuke / ひきうけ Japanese undertaking; underwriting; acceptance

承允

see styles
Japanese shouin / shoin / しょういん Japanese (noun/participle) consent; acceptance; agreement

承引

see styles
Japanese shouin / shoin / しょういん Japanese (noun/participle) consent; acceptance; agreement

承知

see styles
Japanese shouchi / shochi / しょうち Japanese (noun/participle) (1) knowledge; awareness; (2) consent; acceptance; assent; admitting; compliance; agreement; acknowledgment; acknowledgement; (3) (usu. in the negative as 承知しない) forgiving; pardoning; excusing

採用


采用

see styles
Mandarin cǎi yòng / cai3 yong4
Taiwan ts`ai yung / tsai yung
Japanese saiyou / saiyo / さいよう
Chinese to adopt; to employ; to use
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) use; adoption; acceptance; (2) appointment; employment; engagement; recruitment

推動


推动

see styles
Mandarin tuī dòng / tui1 dong4
Taiwan t`ui tung / tui tung
Chinese to push (for acceptance of a plan); to push forward; to promote; to actuate; CL:個|个[ge4]

検収

see styles
Japanese kenshuu / kenshu / けんしゅう Japanese (noun/participle) acceptance inspection; collating; receipt and inspection

歸戒


归戒

see styles
Mandarin guī jiè / gui1 jie4
Taiwan kuei chieh
Japanese kikai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

盲信

see styles
Japanese moushin / moshin / もうしん Japanese (noun/participle) blind acceptance; blind belief; credulity

笑納

see styles
Mandarin xiào nà / xiao4 na4
Taiwan hsiao na
Japanese shounou / shono / しょうのう
Chinese to kindly accept (an offering)
Japanese (noun/participle) (humble language) (See ご笑納,つまらない物ですが) please accept (this); used to refer to another's acceptance of one's present

簽收

see styles
Mandarin qiān shōu / qian1 shou1
Taiwan ch`ien shou / chien shou
Chinese to sign for the acceptance of something (e.g. a delivery etc)

納受


纳受

see styles
Mandarin nà shòu / na4 shou4
Taiwan na shou
Japanese nouju / noju / のうじゅ
Japanese (noun/participle) acceptance; reception
納得 To receive, accept.

観念

see styles
Japanese kannen / かんねん Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) idea; notion; conception; (2) sense (e.g. of duty); (n,vs,adj-no) (3) resignation; preparedness; acceptance; (4) {Buddh} observation and contemplation

認め

see styles
Japanese mitome / みとめ Japanese approval; final seal (of approval); acceptance

諒承

see styles
Japanese ryoushou / ryosho / りょうしょう Japanese (noun/participle) acknowledgement; acknowledgment; understanding (e.g. "please be understanding of the mess during our renovation"); noting; acceptance

諦め

see styles
Japanese akirame / あきらめ Japanese resignation; acceptance; consolation

諦念

see styles
Japanese teinen / tenen / ていねん Japanese understanding and acceptance; spiritual awakening; a heart that understands truth; (feeling of) resignation; (given name) Tainen

領承

see styles
Japanese ryoushou / ryosho / りょうしょう Japanese (noun/participle) acknowledgement; acknowledgment; understanding (e.g. "please be understanding of the mess during our renovation"); noting; acceptance

驗收

see styles
Mandarin yàn shōu / yan4 shou1
Taiwan yen shou
Chinese to inspect and accept; acceptance

ご笑納

see styles
Japanese goshounou / goshono / ごしょうのう Japanese (noun/participle) (humble language) please accept (this); used to refer to another's acceptance of one's present

三歸戒


三归戒

see styles
Mandarin sān guī jiè / san1 gui1 jie4
Taiwan san kuei chieh
Japanese sanki kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

取上げ

see styles
Japanese toriage / とりあげ Japanese (1) adoption; acceptance; confiscation; (2) midwifery; midwife

受け付

see styles
Japanese uketsuke / うけつけ Japanese (1) reception (desk); information desk; (noun/participle) (2) receipt; acceptance

受付け

see styles
Japanese uketsuke / うけつけ Japanese (1) reception (desk); information desk; (noun/participle) (2) receipt; acceptance

受入れ

see styles
Japanese ukeire / ukere / うけいれ Japanese receiving; acceptance; reception

報冤行


报冤行

see styles
Mandarin bào yuān xíng / bao4 yuan1 xing2
Taiwan pao yüan hsing
Japanese hōen gyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

報怨行


报怨行

see styles
Mandarin bào yuàn xíng / bao4 yuan4 xing2
Taiwan pao yüan hsing
Japanese hōon gyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

如幻忍

see styles
Mandarin rú huàn rěn / ru2 huan4 ren3
Taiwan ju huan jen
Japanese nyogen nin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

市民権

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Japanese shiminken / しみんけん Japanese (1) citizenship; civic rights; civil rights; (2) widespread acceptance; social recognition; common use

引受け

see styles
Japanese hikiuke / ひきうけ Japanese undertaking; underwriting; acceptance

御笑納

see styles
Japanese goshounou / goshono / ごしょうのう Japanese (noun/participle) (humble language) please accept (this); used to refer to another's acceptance of one's present

承諾書

see styles
Japanese shoudakusho / shodakusho / しょうだくしょ Japanese letter of acceptance; letter of consent

無生忍


无生忍

see styles
Mandarin wú shēng rěn / wu2 sheng1 ren3
Taiwan wu sheng jen
Japanese mushounin / mushonin / むしょうにん
Japanese (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 無生法忍) anutpattika-dharma-ksanti (recognition that nothing really arises or perishes)
The patient rest in belief in immortality, or no rebirth; patient acceptance based on awareness of the non-arising of phenomena

錄取率

see styles
Mandarin lù qǔ lǜ / lu4 qu3 lu:4
Taiwan lu ch`ü lü / lu chü lü
Chinese acceptance rate; admission rate

三歸五戒


三归五戒

see styles
Mandarin sān guī wǔ jiè / san1 gui1 wu3 jie4
Taiwan san kuei wu chieh
Japanese sanki gokai
(三歸戒) The ceremony which makes the recipient a 優婆塞 or 優婆夷 upasaka or upāsikā male or female disciple, accepting the five commandments. There are 五種三歸 five stages of sangui; the first two are as above, at the third the eight commandments are accepted, at the fourth the ten, at the fifth an the commandments. 三歸 is also a general term for a Buddhist; ceremony for the acceptance of the five precepts

予約受付

see styles
Japanese yoyakuuketsuke / yoyakuketsuke / よやくうけつけ Japanese reservation; order acceptance

共許同品


共许同品

see styles
Mandarin gòng xǔ tóng pǐn / gong4 xu3 tong2 pin3
Taiwan kung hsü t`ung p`in / kung hsü tung pin
Japanese gūko dōhon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

取り上げ

see styles
Japanese toriage / とりあげ Japanese (1) adoption; acceptance; confiscation; (2) midwifery; midwife

受け付け

see styles
Japanese uketsuke / うけつけ Japanese (1) reception (desk); information desk; (noun/participle) (2) receipt; acceptance

受け入れ

see styles
Japanese ukeire / ukere / うけいれ Japanese receiving; acceptance; reception

四眞實義


四眞实义

see styles
Mandarin sì zhēn shí yì / si4 zhen1 shi2 yi4
Taiwan ssu chen shih i
Japanese shi shinjitsu gi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

引き受け

see styles
Japanese hikiuke / ひきうけ Japanese undertaking; underwriting; acceptance

得無生忍


得无生忍

see styles
Mandarin dé wú shēng rěn / de2 wu2 sheng1 ren3
Taiwan te wu sheng jen
Japanese toku mushō nin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

抑止攝取


抑止摄取

see styles
Mandarin yì zhǐ shè qǔ / yi4 zhi3 she4 qu3
Taiwan i chih she ch`ü / i chih she chü
Japanese yokushi sesshu
The suppression or universal reception of evil beings; pity demands the latter course; suppression and acceptance

提示承兌


提示承兑

see styles
Mandarin tí shì chéng duì / ti2 shi4 cheng2 dui4
Taiwan t`i shih ch`eng tui / ti shih cheng tui
Chinese to present (a draft) for acceptance (commerce)

無從生忍


无从生忍

see styles
Mandarin wú cóng shēng rěn / wu2 cong2 sheng1 ren3
Taiwan wu ts`ung sheng jen / wu tsung sheng jen
Japanese mujūshō nin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

無生法忍


无生法忍

see styles
Mandarin wú shēng fǎ rěn / wu2 sheng1 fa3 ren3
Taiwan wu sheng fa jen
Japanese mushouhounin / mushohonin / むしょうほうにん
Japanese {Buddh} anutpattika-dharma-ksanti (recognition that nothing really arises or perishes)
idem 無生忍; patient acceptance based on awareness of the non-arising of phenomena

玉音放送

see styles
Japanese gyokuonhousou / gyokuonhoso / ぎょくおんほうそう Japanese (See ポツダム宣言) radio broadcast announcing acceptance of the Potsdam Declaration and the end of the war (recording of Hirohito; broadcast Aug. 15, 1945)

立敵共許


立敌共许

see styles
Mandarin lì dí gòng xǔ / li4 di2 gong4 xu3
Taiwan li ti kung hsü
Japanese ryūteki gūko
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

お引き受け

see styles
Japanese ohikiuke / おひきうけ Japanese (See 引き受け) undertaking; underwriting; acceptance

受入れ試験

see styles
Japanese ukeireshiken / ukereshiken / うけいれしけん Japanese {comp} acceptance test

承允;承引

see styles
Japanese shouin / shoin / しょういん Japanese (noun/participle) consent; acceptance; agreement

条件付採録

see styles
Japanese joukentsukisairoku / jokentsukisairoku / じょうけんつきさいろく Japanese conditional acceptance

消費者受容

see styles
Japanese shouhishajuyou / shohishajuyo / しょうひしゃじゅよう Japanese consumer acceptance

受け入れ検査

see styles
Japanese ukeirekensa / ukerekensa / うけいれけんさ Japanese {comp} acceptance test

受け入れ機能

see styles
Japanese ukeirekinou / ukerekino / うけいれきのう Japanese {comp} acceptance function

指名受諾演説

see styles
Japanese shimeijudakuenzetsu / shimejudakuenzetsu / しめいじゅだくえんぜつ Japanese acceptance speech

条件付き採録

see styles
Japanese joukentsukisairoku / jokentsukisairoku / じょうけんつきさいろく Japanese conditional acceptance

無所從生法忍


无所从生法忍

see styles
Mandarin wú suǒ cóng shēng fǎ rěn / wu2 suo3 cong2 sheng1 fa3 ren3
Taiwan wu so ts`ung sheng fa jen / wu so tsung sheng fa jen
Japanese mushojū shōhō nin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

ご笑納;御笑納

see styles
Japanese goshounou / goshono / ごしょうのう Japanese (noun/participle) (humble language) (See つまらない物ですが,笑納) please accept (this); used to refer to another's acceptance of one's present

アクセプタンス

see styles
Japanese akuseputansu / アクセプタンス Japanese acceptance

取り上げ;取上げ

see styles
Japanese toriage / とりあげ Japanese (1) adoption; acceptance; confiscation; (2) midwifery; midwife

妄信(P);盲信

see styles
Japanese boushin(妄信)(p);moushin / boshin(妄信)(p);moshin / ぼうしん(妄信)(P);もうしん Japanese (noun/participle) blind acceptance; blind belief; credulity

無所從生不起法忍


无所从生不起法忍

see styles
Mandarin wú suǒ cóng shēng bù qǐ fǎ rěn / wu2 suo3 cong2 sheng1 bu4 qi3 fa3 ren3
Taiwan wu so ts`ung sheng pu ch`i fa jen / wu so tsung sheng pu chi fa jen
Japanese mushojūshō fuki hō nin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

了承(P);諒承;領承

see styles
Japanese ryoushou / ryosho / りょうしょう Japanese (noun/participle) (See ご了承) acknowledgement; acknowledgment; understanding (e.g. "please be understanding of the mess during our renovation"); noting; acceptance

パブリックアクセプタンス

see styles
Japanese paburikkuakuseputansu / パブリックアクセプタンス Japanese public acceptance

条件付採録;条件付き採録

see styles
Japanese joukentsukisairoku / jokentsukisairoku / じょうけんつきさいろく Japanese conditional acceptance

パブリック・アクセプタンス

see styles
Japanese paburikku akuseputansu / パブリック・アクセプタンス Japanese public acceptance

引き受け(P);引受け;引受

see styles
Japanese hikiuke / ひきうけ Japanese undertaking; underwriting; acceptance

受け入れ(P);受入れ;受入(io)

see styles
Japanese ukeire / ukere / うけいれ Japanese receiving; acceptance; reception

受付(P);受け付け(P);受付け;受け付

see styles
Japanese uketsuke / うけつけ Japanese (1) (esp. 受付) reception (desk); information desk; (noun/participle) (2) (See 受け付ける・1) receipt; acceptance

パブリックアクセプタンス;パブリック・アクセプタンス

see styles
Japanese paburikkuakuseputansu;paburikku akuseputansu / パブリックアクセプタンス;パブリック・アクセプタンス Japanese public acceptance
This page contains 88 results for "acceptance" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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