Simple past tense and past participle of recognise.(verb)
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Use "recognised" in a sentence
"Andrew insists the label recognised their LP was a risk and that they are standing by their decision to make an unconventional release."
"On March 1st, the penultimate day before the term recognised by the government expired, the Council of State, a high court in the French tradition that oversees administrative decisions, decided to stay the execution of the government decree, on the grounds that the 30-day period given by the government to make the choice was"
"With TCP/IP now a term recognised by one and all, the descendents of Ethernet reign supreme as the cabling infrastructure over which most systems traffic travels from servers to users."