applause

  • 21 applause — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin applausus, from Latin, beating of wings, from applaudere Date: 15th century 1. marked commendation ; acclaim < the kind of applause every really creative writer wants Robert Tallant > 2 …

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  • 22 applause — [əˈplɔːz] noun [U] the sound made by people applauding Let s have a round of applause for all the organizers.[/ex] …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 23 applause — plojimai statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Plojimas delnais džiaugiantis sportininko ar komandos veiksmais, pasiektu rezultatu rungtynėse arba varžybose; sportininko ar komandos pasveikinimo būdas. atitikmenys: angl. applause… …

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  • 24 applause — applausive /euh plaw siv, ziv/, adj. /euh plawz /, n. 1. hand clapping as a demonstration of approval, appreciation, acclamation, or the like. 2. any positive expression of appreciation or approval; acclamation. [1590 1600; < L applausus struck… …

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  • 25 applause — noun /əˈplɔːz,əˈplɔz,əˈplɑz/ The act of applauding; approbation and praise publicly expressed by the clapping of hands, stamping or tapping of the feet, acclamation, huzzas, or other means; marked commendation. Syn: acclaim, acclamation,… …

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  • 26 applause — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. clapping; praise. See approbation. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. clapping, ovation, cheers, acclaim; see praise 1 , 2 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. clapping, ovation, cheers, hurrahs, bravos, whistles …

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  • 27 applause — ap·plause || É™ plɔːz n. cheering; praise, accolade …

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  • 28 applause — noun approval expressed by clapping. Origin ME: from med. L. applausus, from applaudere (see applaud) …

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  • 29 applause — n. Acclamation, acclaim, plaudit, éclat, clapping of hands, shout of approbation, loud praise, burst of approbation …

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  • 30 applause — n 1. hand clapping, cheers, cheering, salvo, rooting, whistling, stomping; hosanna, huzzah, hurrah, bravo; ovation, standing ovation, encore, Inf. hand, plaudits, curtain calls; eclat, outcry, outburst; announcement, declaration. 2. acclaim,… …

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  • 31 applause — ap·plause …

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  • 32 applause — noun Syn: clapping, (standing) ovation, cheering …

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  • 33 applause — ap•plause [[t]əˈplɔz[/t]] n. 1) hand clapping as a demonstration of approval or appreciation 2) acclaim; acclamation • Etymology: 1590–1600; < ML applausus, L: beating of wings ap•plau•sive əˈplɔ sɪv, zɪv adj …

    From formal English to slang

  • 34 applause — /əˈplɔz/ (say uh plawz) noun 1. hand clapping, shouting, or other demonstration of approval. 2. any expression of approbation or approval. {Latin applausus, past participle} –applausive, adjective …

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  • 35 applause — n. 1 an expression of approbation, esp. from an audience etc. by clapping. 2 emphatic approval. Etymology: med.L applausus (as APPLAUD) …

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  • 36 Applause Inc. — Applause Inc. Former type Private Industry Stuffed toy Founded 1966 as The Wallace Berrie Company Defunct 2004 Headquarters 6101 Variel Avenue, P.O. Box 4183, Woodland Hills, California 91365 4183, U.S.A …

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  • 37 Applause Riddim — Der Applause Riddim ist ein Dancehall Riddim. Produziert wurde er vom Jamaikaner Rohan „Snow cone“ Fuller im Jahr 2004. Er ist auf dem Label Jah Snowcone und 2005 auf der Serie Riddim Driven des Labels VP Records erschienen. Auf dem Riddim… …

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  • 38 Applause Tower — Localisation Localisation Osaka Coordonnées …

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  • 39 Applause (disambiguation) — Applause may refer to:* Applause, an expression of approval by the act of clapping * Applause (film) * Applause (musical) * Applause Records …

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  • 40 Applause Records — was a short lived record label featuring popular standards performers, nearly all of them vocalists. It was founded in Beverly Hills, California in 1981 by record company executive and music publisher Arthur Mogull. The label released albums by… …

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