Accredit in a Sentence

Definition of Accredit

to bestow official approval upon

Use Accredit in a sentence

During the ceremony, the dean will accredit students who met the graduation requirements.

The federal school council will not accredit any academic program that does not meet its standards.

Before the board of pharmacy technicians will accredit you as a medical professional, you must pass its exam.

The medical association will not accredit the student who cheated on the national physician’s assessment.

On Saturdays, the fire department offers a six-week workshop that is designed to accredit citizens as first responders.

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