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Word of the day: Approve
To believe that something or someone is good or acceptable:Her mother did not approve of her clothes.
To officially accept (an idea, action, plan, etc.):The committee approved the plan.
appreciate, authorize, validate, confirm, sanction.
Approve, commend, praise mean to have, and usually to express, a favorable opinion. To approve is to have a very good opinion, expressed or not, of someone or something: He approved of the author’s writing style. To commend is to speak or write approvingly, often formally and publicly, to congratulate or honor for something done: to commend an employee for a job well done. To praise is to speak or write, often in glowing and emotional terms, about one or more persons, actions, plans, etc.: to praise someone’s hard work.
The manager approved his leave application. Anita’s parents did not approve of her night out plan with her friends. The report was approved by the team. The principal did not approved of the students conduct.
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