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salute US English

A gesture of respect, homage, or polite recognition or acknowledgment, especially one made to or by a person when arriving or departing

Nazi salute US English

A gesture or salute in which the right arm is straightened and inclined upward, with the hand open and palm down

Hitler salute US English

another term for Nazi salute.

Australian salute US English

A wave of the hand to brush flies off the face

take the salute in salute US English

(Of a senior officer in the armed forces or other person of importance) acknowledge formally a salute given by a body of troops marching past

take the salute US English

(Of a senior officer in the armed forces or other person of importance) acknowledge formally a salute given by a body of troops marching past

salute US Thesaurus

he gave the captain a salute

salute English-Spanish

saludo m, venia fRPl

to salute (to sb) English-Spanish

hacerle* el saludo

a 21-gun salute in salute English-Spanish

una salva de 21 cañonazos

the ship dipped its flag in salute in dip English-Spanish

el barco saludó con la bandera

I can only salute your singlemindedness in salute English-Spanish

no puedo sino aplaudir su determinación