acclaimed

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Englisch - Türkisch
alkışlanan
{f} alkışla

Oyuncu fanatikleri tarafından alkışlandı. - The player was acclaimed by the fans.

Onu alkışlarla imparator ilan ettiler - They acclaimed him emperor.

alkışla(mak)
alkisla
acclaim
{f} 1. bağırarak/alkışlayarak/tezahüratla (birini) (bir şey) ilan etmek: They acclaimed him emperor. Büyük bir tezahüratla onu imparator ilan
acclaim
{f} övmek
acclaim
ilan etmek alkışlarla
acclaim
övme
acclaim
bağırarak ilan etmek
acclaim
{f} alkışla

Seyirci, performansları için oyuncuları alkışladı. - The audience acclaimed the actors for their performance.

Onu alkışlarla imparator ilan ettiler - They acclaimed him emperor.

acclaim
yürekten onaylama
acclaim
{f} alkışlamak
acclaim
{f} ilan etmek (alkışlarla)
acclaim
bağırarak/alkışlayarak/tezahüratla (birini) (bir şey) ilan etmek: They acclaimed him emperor. Büyük bir tezahüratla onu imparator ilan
acclaim
{i} alkış

Oyuncu fanatikleri tarafından alkışlandı. - The player was acclaimed by the fans.

Onu alkışlarla imparator ilan ettiler - They acclaimed him emperor.

acclaim
{f} alkışlarla karşılamak
acclaim
bağırarak ilân etmek
acclaim
(Biyoloji) anla
acclaim
{i} tezahürat
acclaim
anla,v.alkışla: n.alkış
acclaim
bağırmak
acclaim
{i} beğeni

Belediye başkanının konuşması çok beğeni ile karşılandı. - The mayor's speech was received with much acclaim.

be acclaimed as king
kral ilan edilmek
Englisch - Englisch
Simple past tense and past participle of acclaim
Greatly praised or lauded, revered, highly respected

She's an acclaimed writer, her books are bestsellers before they are published.

{s} celebrated, widely recognized; well known (especially in one's field of expertise)
past of acclaim
publicly praised by a lot of people highly/widely/universally acclaimed
acclaim
To claim
acclaim
An acclamation; a shout of applause
acclaim
To salute or praise with great approval; to compliment; to applaud; to welcome enthusiastically
critically acclaimed
That has received generally good reviews from a number of critics

Although it was critically acclaimed, the album wasn't a commercial success.

critically-acclaimed
Alternative spelling of critically acclaimed
acclaim
to utter with a shout
acclaim
{n} a shout of applause, approbation
Acclaim
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Acclaim
clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
Acclaim
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Acclaim
To praise somebody or something publicly with great enthusiasm
Acclaim
praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
Acclaim
Fame or notoriety
acclaim
enthusiastic approval; "the book met with modest acclaim"; "he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd"; "they gave him more eclat than he really deserved"
acclaim
{i} praise; applause
acclaim
To elect to an office by having no opposition
acclaim
To shout approval; to express great approval
acclaim
Acclaim is public praise for someone or something. Angela Bassett has won critical acclaim for her excellent performance = praise. to praise someone or something publicly. praise for a person or their achievements
acclaim
To shout; as, to acclaim my joy
acclaim
To shout applause
acclaim
praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein
acclaim
To declare by acclamations
acclaim
To shout; to call out
acclaim
To applaud
acclaim
Acclamation
acclaim
If someone or something is acclaimed, they are praised enthusiastically. She has been acclaimed for the TV drama `Prime Suspect' He was acclaimed as England's greatest modern painter The group's debut album was immediately acclaimed a hip hop classic. + acclaimed ac·claimed She has published six highly acclaimed novels
acclaim
A claim
acclaim
{f} cheer for; praise, hail, extol; shout praise
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