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praiseworthy
American English: /ˈpreɪzˌwərði/
British English: /ˈpreɪzwəːði/

Translation of praiseworthy in Spanish:

adjective

  • (person)
    digno de elogio
    (performance/deed)
    digno de elogio
    Example sentences
    • However that may be, his book embodies an energetic, sustained, and praiseworthy effort to tell a story that has not previously been told in the same detail.
    • Your efforts are especially praiseworthy because very few media outlets are examining it properly, or at all.
    • Yet the movie has him give his best which is praiseworthy for the effort and highly questionable in effect.

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