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applaud

  • 1 applaud

    1. III
    1) applaud smb., smth. applaud an actor (a singer, a dancer, a speaker, smb.'s recital, the speech, etc.) аплодировать /рукоплескать/ актеру и т. д.; встречать актера и т. д. аплодисментами
    2) applaud smth. the idea (smb.'s decision, smb.'s efforts, etc.) одобрять /приветствовать/ эту идею /мысль/ и т. д.
    2. IV
    applaud smb., smth. in some manner
    1) applaud smb., smth. warmly (enthusiastically, deafeningly, frantically, several times, etc.) тепло и т. д. аплодировать /рукоплескать/ кому-л., чему-л., горячо и т. д. приветствовать кого-л., что-л., тепло и т. д. встречать кого-л., что-л. аплодисментами
    2) I heartily applaud your decision я от всей души приветствую /поддерживаю/ ваше решение
    3. XI
    be applauded by smb. the speaker was applauded by the audience слушатели /зрители/ приветствовали оратора аплодисментами
    4. XXI1
    applaud smb. for smth. applaud the boy for his cleverness (the soldiers for their bravery, etc.) восхищаться сообразительностью мальчика и т. д.; I applaud you for your courage хвалю вас за мужество

    English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases > applaud

  • 2 applaud

    applaud ap∙plaud verb 1. to show your approval of sb / sth by clapping your hands • 鼓掌: ▪ [V]
    »He started to applaud and the others joined in.
    他开始鼓掌,其他人也跟着鼓起掌来。
    ▪ [VN]
    »They rose to applaud the speaker.
    他们起立向演讲者鼓掌。
    »She was applauded as she came on stage.
    她出台时人们向她鼓掌。
    2. [VN] applaud sb / sth (for sth) (formal) to express praise for sb / sth because you approve of them or it • 称赞;赞许;赞赏:
    »We applaud her decision.
    我们称赞她的决定。
    »His efforts to improve the situation are to be applauded.
    他为改善状况所作的努力应该受到赞许。
    »I applaud her for having the courage to refuse.
    我赞赏她敢于拒绝。
    * * *
    [ә'plɔ:d]
    v. 拍手喝彩, 稱讚, 讚同

    English-Chinese dictionary > applaud

  • 3 applaud

    ə'plo:d
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) aplaudir
    applaud vb aplaudir
    tr[ə'plɔːd]
    1 (clap) aplaudir
    1 (clap) aplaudir
    2 (praise) alabar
    applaud [ə'plɔd] v
    : aplaudir
    n.
    palmada s.f.
    v.
    aclamar v.
    aplaudir v.
    celebrar v.
    ovacionar v.
    palmear v.
    palmotear v.
    vitorear v.
    ə'plɔːd
    1.
    a) \<\<person/performance\>\> aplaudir
    b) (agree with, admire) \<\<decision/action\>\> aplaudir, aprobar*, celebrar

    2.
    vi aplaudir
    [ǝ'plɔːd]
    1. VT
    1) [audience, spectators] aplaudir
    2) (fig) [+ decision, efforts] aplaudir
    2.
    * * *
    [ə'plɔːd]
    1.
    a) \<\<person/performance\>\> aplaudir
    b) (agree with, admire) \<\<decision/action\>\> aplaudir, aprobar*, celebrar

    2.
    vi aplaudir

    English-spanish dictionary > applaud

  • 4 applaud

    1. intransitive verb
    applaudieren; [Beifall] klatschen
    2. transitive verb
    applaudieren (+ Dat.); Beifall spenden (+ Dat.); (approve of, welcome) billigen; (praise) loben; anerkennen
    * * *
    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) applaudieren
    - academic2.ru/3227/applause">applause
    * * *
    ap·plaud
    [əˈplɔ:d, AM esp -ˈplɑ:d]
    I. vi applaudieren, [Beifall] klatschen
    II. vt
    1. (clap)
    to \applaud sb jdm applaudieren [o Beifall spenden
    2. ( form: praise)
    to \applaud sb/sth jdn/etw loben
    to \applaud a decision eine Entscheidung begrüßen
    * * *
    [ə'plɔːd]
    1. vt (lit, fig)
    applaudieren, Beifall spenden or klatschen (+dat); (fig) efforts, courage loben; decision gutheißen, begrüßen
    2. vi
    applaudieren, klatschen, Beifall spenden
    * * *
    applaud [əˈplɔːd]
    A v/i applaudieren, Beifall spenden
    B v/t
    1. jemanden, etwas beklatschen, jemandem applaudieren oder Beifall spenden
    2. fig loben, (beifällig) begrüßen, billigen, (dat) zustimmen
    * * *
    1. intransitive verb
    applaudieren; [Beifall] klatschen
    2. transitive verb
    applaudieren (+ Dat.); Beifall spenden (+ Dat.); (approve of, welcome) billigen; (praise) loben; anerkennen
    * * *
    v.
    Beifall spenden ausdr.
    applaudieren v.
    klatschen v.

    English-german dictionary > applaud

  • 5 applaud

    əˈplɔ:d гл.
    1) аплодировать, хлопать, рукоплескать to applaud an actor (a singer, a dancer, etc.) ≈ аплодировать/рукоплескать актеру (певцу, танцору и т. п.) Syn: cheer, clap
    2) одобрять, приветствовать John applauded my decision. ≈ Джон одобрил мое решение. I applaud you for your courage. ≈ Хвалю вас за мужество. Syn: approve
    аплодировать, рукоплескать - to * an actor aплодировать актеру восхищаться;
    приветствовать, одобрять - to * smb.'s skill восхищаться мастерством - to * smb.'s decision одобрять решение
    applaud аплодировать, рукоплескать ~ одобрять;
    he applauded my decision он одобрил мое решение
    ~ одобрять;
    he applauded my decision он одобрил мое решение

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > applaud

  • 6 applaud

    [əʹplɔ:d] v
    1. аплодировать, рукоплескать

    to applaud an actor [a speaker] - аплодировать актёру [оратору]

    2. восхищаться; приветствовать, одобрять

    to applaud smb.'s skill [address] - восхищаться чьим-л. мастерством [чьей-л. ловкостью]

    to applaud smb.'s decision - одобрять чьё-л. решение

    НБАРС > applaud

  • 7 applaud

    ap·plaud [əʼplɔ:d, Am esp -ʼplɑ:d] vi
    applaudieren, [Beifall] klatschen vt
    1) ( clap)
    to \applaud sb jdm applaudieren [o Beifall spenden];
    2) (form: praise)
    to \applaud sb/ sth jdn/etw loben;
    to \applaud a decision eine Entscheidung begrüßen

    English-German students dictionary > applaud

  • 8 applaud

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > applaud

  • 9 applaud

    [əˈplɔ:d]
    applaud аплодировать, рукоплескать applaud одобрять; he applauded my decision он одобрил мое решение applaud одобрять; he applauded my decision он одобрил мое решение

    English-Russian short dictionary > applaud

  • 10 applaud

    [ə΄plɔ:d] v ծափահարել. applaud lou dly/ vigorously բարձրաձայն/բուռն ծափահարել. applaud an actor/musician դերասանին/երաժշտին ծափահարել. applaud a decision որոշմանը հա վանություն տալ. The audience applauded the singer Ունկնդիրները ծափահարեցին երգչին

    English-Armenian dictionary > applaud

  • 11 applaud

    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) klappe
    * * *
    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) klappe

    English-Danish dictionary > applaud

  • 12 applaud

    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) aplaudir
    * * *
    ap.plaud
    [əpl'ɔ:d] vt+vi 1 aplaudir, bater palmas, aclamar, ovacionar. he was very much applaud-ed / ele foi muito aplaudido. 2 aprovar, elogiar, louvar.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > applaud

  • 13 applaud

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    [English Word] applaud
    [Swahili Word] -piga makofi
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Related Words] -piga
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] applaud
    [Swahili Word] -shangilia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [English Example] the youth applauded their team after it won
    [Swahili Example] Vijana walishangilia timu yao baada ya kushinda
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    English-Swahili dictionary > applaud

  • 14 applaud

    [ə'plɔːd]
    гл.
    1) аплодировать, хлопать, рукоплескать
    Syn:
    2) одобрять, приветствовать

    John applauded my decision. — Джон одобрил моё решение.

    I applaud you for your courage. — Хвалю вас за мужество.

    Syn:

    Англо-русский современный словарь > applaud

  • 15 applaud

    [ə'plɔːd]
    v
    аплодировать, хлопать, рукоплескать
    - applaud smb, smth
    - applaud an actor

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > applaud

  • 16 applaud

    applaud [əˊplɔ:d] v
    1) аплоди́ровать, рукоплеска́ть
    2) одобря́ть;

    he applauded my decision он одо́брил моё реше́ние

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > applaud

  • 17 applaud

    v
    аплодировать, рукоплескать

    to applaud smbприветствовать кого-л. аплодисментами, аплодировать кому-л.

    Politics english-russian dictionary > applaud

  • 18 applaud

    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) klappa lof í lófa

    English-Icelandic dictionary > applaud

  • 19 applaud

    megtapsol, tapsol
    * * *
    [ə'plo:d]
    (to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands: to applaud a speech / a singer.) tapsol

    English-Hungarian dictionary > applaud

  • 20 applaud

    {ə'plɔ:d}
    1. ръкопляскам (на), аплодирам
    2. одобрявам, възхищавам се от, възхвалявам
    * * *
    {ъ'plъ:d} v 1. ръкопляскам (на), аплодирам; 2. одобрявам; въз
    * * *
    ръкопляскам; аплодирам;
    * * *
    1. одобрявам, възхищавам се от, възхвалявам 2. ръкопляскам (на), аплодирам
    * * *
    applaud[ə´plɔ:d] v 1. ръкопляскам, аплодирам; 2. одобрявам; възхищавам се от; възхвалявам.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > applaud

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  • Applaud — Ap*plaud , v. i. To express approbation loudly or significantly. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • applaud — [ə plôd′] vt., vi. [L applaudere < ad , to + plaudere, to clap hands, strike] 1. to show approval or enjoyment (of) by clapping the hands or by cheering, stamping the feet, etc. 2. to praise; approve; commend applauder n. applaudingly adv …   English World dictionary

  • applaud — applauder, n. applaudingly, adv. /euh plawd /, v.i. 1. to clap the hands as an expression of approval, appreciation, acclamation, etc.: They applauded wildly at the end of the opera. 2. to express approval; give praise; acclaim. v.t. 3. to clap… …   Universalium

  • applaud — 01. The audience [applauded] wildly when the band appeared on stage. 02. The great composer Beethoven was deaf in his later years, and couldn t hear the [applause] of his audiences. 03. I think Frederick should be [applauded] for his courage in… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • applaud — ap|plaud [əˈplo:d US əˈplo:d] v [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: applaudere, from ad to + plaudere to applaud ] 1.) [I and T] to hit your open hands together to show that you have enjoyed a play, concert, speaker etc = ↑clap ▪ The audience… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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