Translation of tribute in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪbjuːt/


  • 1 c u (acknowledgment) homenaje (m), tributo (m) (AmL) as a tribute to … como homenaje or (AmL tb) tributo a … a moving tribute un emotivo homenaje tribute to sb/sth homenaje (m) or (AmL tb) tributo (m)a algn/algo the movie is a tribute to the courage of these men la película rinde homenaje or (AmL tb) tributo a la valentía de estos hombres to pay tribute to sb/sth rendir* homenaje or (AmL tb) tributo a algn/algo floral tribute ofrenda (f) floral
    More example sentences
    • Large crowds were present both days to pay their final tributes and respects to Mick O'Brien.
    • Replying, John thanked all for the good wishes, the tributes and the gifts.
    • Many travelled long distances to join in the tributes and pay their respects.
  • 2 u (payment) tributo (m)
    More example sentences
    • Provinces won in war could later be milked of tribute to enrich the Roman state and its rulers and to buy off any risk of discontent at home.
    • Aztec musicians enjoyed high social prestige and exemption from tribute payments.
    • It was a hallmark of free populations not to pay tribute, fees or taxes of this sort.

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