After all, sometimes you have to hit rock bottom before you recognize your problems.
Of course not—smart employers will recognize the value in personal brand extension, and encourage it.
He has been able to now recognize what some of the unintended consequences of some of the earlier bailouts were.
recognize the reality that it is us, men, who are solely responsible for domestic violence against women.
America, he wrote, must recognize that “much of Islam is fighting us, and more is leaning that way.”
I should not be surprised if I were to recognize him the first time I met him face to face.
It does not matter whether we recognize a king or an emperor or a president as our ruler.
Literature is the mirror in which the soul learns to recognize its own lineaments.
He supposed me to be some passing stranger, and did not recognize me.
Mr. Frick had not lost consciousness and was able to recognize and speak to the physicians.
early 15c., "resume possession of land," back-formation from recognizance, or else from Old French reconoiss-, stem of reconoistre "to know again, identify, recognize," from Latin recognoscere "acknowledge, recall to mind, know again; examine; certify," from re- "again" (see re-) + cognoscere "know" (see cognizance). Meaning "know again, recall or recover the knowledge of, perceive an identity with something formerly known or felt" first recorded 1530s. Related: Recognized; recognizing.