embrace 受け入れる

October 9, 2014 =========
☆ embrace 受け入れる
You might know “embrace” as another word for “to hug” (this is the informal use of the word.) It can also mean “to come to terms with something” or “to reach acceptance” regarding something, as it does in today’s meaning. In other words, it means to accept, adopt, take on board, or welcome something.
What kinds of things can you embrace? You can embrace a change, or a political system, or a thought or an idea.
The new rules have been embraced by the employees.
Jenny decided to embrace Judaism when she married a man who was Jewish.
Many foreigners living in Japan quickly embrace Japanese culture.
I have looked over the data and cannot embrace your conclusion.
Can you use embrace in its formal sense?