acclaim

acclaim
{ə'kleim}
I. 1. акламирам, одобрявам бурно/възторжено, аплодирам, приветствувам
2. посрещам с акламации, приемам/провъзгласявам с бурно одобрение
II. n възторжен вик, одобрение, приветствие, акламация
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{ъ'kleim} v 1. акламирам, одобрявам бурно/ възторжено, аплодирам (2) n възторжен вик, одобрение, приветствие, ак ламация.
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приветствам; акламирам;
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1. i. акламирам, одобрявам бурно/възторжено, аплодирам, приветствувам 2. ii. n възторжен вик, одобрение, приветствие, акламация 3. посрещам с акламации, приемам/провъзгласявам с бурно одобрение
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acclaim[ə´kleim] I. v 1. аплодирам; одобрявам, приветствам или поздравявам с шумни възгласи; 2. провъзгласявам с акламации; II. n поет. акламация, възторжен възглас.

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