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accredited in Officials topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccreditedac‧cred‧it‧ed /əˈkredɪtɪd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 APPROVEhaving official approval to do something, especially because of having reached an acceptable standard 🔊 an accredited counsellor 🔊 an accredited language school2 PGOif a government official is accredited to another country, they are sent to that country to officially represent their government there 🔊 the UK accredited representativeaccredit verb [transitive]accreditation /əˌkredɪˈteɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]
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accreditedAnother problem is the need to get accredited.The examination leading to the Certificate is accredited as one specific module of the Institute's new Final Diploma.The route that we at Buckinghamshire College have chosen to take though, is to become an accredited college of Brunel University.Alternatively, you can obtain one from any accredited insurance valuer.an accredited psychiatric hospitalThese groups, too, can be supplemented with specialists and - advisers to accredited representatives of foreign States.We will reform medical staffing and training to replace the consultant-led hierarchy with teams of accredited specialists.an accredited teacherThis is not a particularly original view, and we had every word checked by accredited theologians.accredited representativeNor does this case involve any accredited representative of a foreign state in this country.These groups, too, can be supplemented with specialists and - advisers to accredited representatives of foreign States.