Definición de laudable en inglés:

laudable

Saltos de línea: laud|able
Pronunciación: /ˈlɔːdəb(ə)l
 
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adjetivo

(Of an action, idea, or aim) deserving praise and commendation: laudable though the aim might be, the results have been criticized
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Perfection is a laudable aim in sport but rarely, if ever, is it attainable.
  • Most farmers would agree that was a laudable aim, but many doubt that the ministry has the will or the wherewithal to bring it about.
  • Obviously, it's a laudable aim, but it is oddly catholic in its objectives.
Sinónimos
praiseworthy, commendable, admirable, meritorious, worthy, deserving, creditable, worthy of admiration, estimable, of note, noteworthy, exemplary, reputable, honourable, excellent, sterling

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin laudabilis, from laus, laud- 'praise'.

Derivativos

laudability

Pronunciación: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Notwithstanding the laudability of this goal, this isn't about the death penalty, it's about who decides the death penalty.
  • I'm not making a comment at all about the laudability of their actions.
  • Whatever the laudability of the Buddhist beliefs, or un-laudability, most westerners join up to appear cool.

laudably

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A professor of English and comparative literature at Princeton, and published by Yale, she is heaped with Ivy League credentials but laudably determined not to be stifled by them.
  • There's no shortage of government officials who think they're being laudably tough while they smother human empathy.
  • And, most laudably, I managed not to scream when I saw one.

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