To receive, especially with a consent, with favour, or with approval. (verb)
Examples of word accept
What they don't "accept" is the idea, the concept, the notion, the thought of homosexuality.
Their list of what judges do is something I wouldn't accept from a 6th grader.
What these boneheads don't realize or want to accept is the fact that most of the steps Obama has to take now is to remedy the putrid mismanagement of the last eight years.
The argument the administrators are asking us to accept is that lawful carriers suddenly become dangerous simply by stepping from a public street onto campus property.
After Philadelphia, Eschenbach said he would never again accept a music directorship.
What most leftists just can't accept is that in order for everyone to be better off, some people have to accumulate more than others in order for the whole of society to achieve their goals of elimination of poverty (i.e., the lack of basic human needs to survive without considerable physical pain).
The reality that they are unwilling to accept is that if warming was in fact caused by humans, then no collective action on our part would be effective in halting it short of ceasing all electricity production and use of fossil fuels immediately.
But, he warned: The one approach I will not accept is inaction.