Definición de plaudits en inglés:

plaudits

Saltos de línea: plau|dits
Pronunciación: /ˈplɔːdɪts
 
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sustantivo

1Praise: the network has received plaudits for its sports coverage
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He earned a berth on the World team in the All-Star Game and received the ultimate plaudit from coach Darryl Sutter, who appraised Nabokov's play by admitting that, ‘I don't worry about our goaltending.’
  • But teasing from team-mates is as much a backhanded plaudit as jeers from opposition supporters, which is why both the ribbing and the heckling have been gathering momentum the older this season gets.
  • The film smoothly rides on its success, earning the plaudit of being one of the highest-ever grossers in the Malayalam film industry.
Sinónimos
praise, acclaim, acclamation, commendation, congratulations, encomiums, approval, approbation, accolades, compliments, cheers, tributes, salutes, bouquets; a pat on the back, kudos, good press; applause, a round of applause, a standing ovation
informal a (big) hand
rare laudation
1.1The applause of an audience: the plaudits for the winner died down
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • While Martinez got the plaudits she deserved, Navratilova was given the longest standing ovation Centre Court has ever seen.
  • All the plaudits that came Clarke's way and the ovations of the galleries were richly deserved.

Origen

early 17th century: plaudit shortened from Latin plaudite 'applaud!' (said by Roman actors at the end of a play), imperative plural of plaudere.

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Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something