acclaim


acclaim
ə'kleim
1. verb
1) (to applaud or welcome enthusiastically: The footballer was acclaimed by the fans.) aclamar
2) (to declare (someone) ruler, winner etc by enthusiastic approval: They acclaimed him king.) proclamar

2. noun
(enthusiastic approval.) aclamación
acclaim
tr[ə'kleɪm]
noun
1 (welcome) aclamación nombre femenino
2 (praise) elogios nombre masculino plural, alabanza
transitive verb
1 (welcome) aclamar
2 (praise) elogiar, alabar
acclaim [ə'kleɪm] vt
: aclamar, elogiar
acclaim n
: aclamación f, elogio m
acclaim
n.
aclamación s.f.
aplauso s.m.
ovación s.f.
v.
aclamar v.
aplaudir v.
celebrar v.
ovacionar v.
proclamar v.
vitorear v.
vocear v.

I ə'kleɪm
transitive verb
a) (praise) aclamar
b) (proclaim) (frml) aclamar, proclamar

II
mass noun aclamación f, elogio m
[ǝ'kleɪm]
1. VT
1) (=praise) aclamar, alabar

the play was acclaimed — la obra fue aclamada

2) (=proclaim) aclamar

he was acclaimed king — lo aclamaron rey

2.
N (=praise) alabanza f , aclamación f ; (=applause) aplausos mpl

the book met with great acclaim — el libro tuvo una extraordinaria acogida, el libro recibió encendidos elogios

* * *

I [ə'kleɪm]
transitive verb
a) (praise) aclamar
b) (proclaim) (frml) aclamar, proclamar

II
mass noun aclamación f, elogio m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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