Widely encountered, used, or recognized: an accepted treatment for pneumonia. (adjective)
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Use "accepted" in a sentence
""European dress" is the term accepted to imply the costume of man and woman which is entirely cosmopolitan, decrying continuity of types (of costume) and thoroughly plastic in the hands of fashion."
"A rule was established under which every Manchu high official, when memorializing the throne, was to speak of himself to the Emperor as "your Majesty's slave," whereas the term accepted from every Chinese high official was simply"
"The expression “the right state” was a term accepted in the political writings of the fourth century."