acceptance speech (受賞スピーチ)
Valvano's ESPY acceptance speech became legendary.
She dedicated her award to Glatzer in her acceptance speech.
She then called Swift from backstage to complete her acceptance speech.
acceptance rate (合格率)
In fall 2015, the university's acceptance rate was 45%.
The acceptance rate for admissions is around fifteen percent.
The acceptance rate for undergraduate applicants in fall 2013 was 65.5%.
widespread acceptance (広く受け入れられている)
This proposal and name have met with widespread acceptance.
Such diverse theories have failed to command widespread acceptance.
To achieve widespread acceptance, this encapsulation was based on popular usage.
wide acceptance (広く受け入れられる)
The bikini has gradually gained wide acceptance in Western society.
Since then the proof has gained wide acceptance, although some doubters remain.
M. Snædal similarly notes that none of these proposals has achieved wide acceptance.
social acceptance (社会的受容)
Humans generally require social acceptance and thus sometimes dread the disapproval of others.
Wider social acceptance is shown in studies to have been crucial in easing trauma for child soldiers.
In 2005, Multnomah County Circuit Judge Doug Beckman said "I think there's a broader social acceptance for users of marijuana.
general acceptance (一般的な受け入れ)
However, no alternative solution has gained general acceptance.
Like other social developments in Canada, the general acceptance of Canadian English has taken its time.
The original Robot Chemist, marketed in 1959, was a desk-sized instrument that appeared to be too large for general acceptance.
Even so, the drive to gain acceptance did not go unchallenged.
Some adolescents gain acceptance and recognition from their peers by conformity.
By such means, a hypothesis may gain acceptance, although in a probabilistic, rather than certain, sense.
Köhler's views have not found wide acceptance among Nietzsche scholars and commentators.
Throughout much of the 20th century, the Copenhagen interpretation had overwhelming acceptance among physicists.
Some time before 1915 he developed a wheat pickling machine, which found considerable acceptance among practical farmers.
Formal U.S. Navy acceptance trials for the XF4U-1 began in February 1941.
The Yakovlev OKB concluded its testing on 24 September and turned over the second prototype for state acceptance trials on 22 October.
Named for the largest African land animal, the elephant, the ship was accepted by the Namibian Navy on 3 July 2012 after sea acceptance trials were completed.