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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “salute”

salute

verb [I or T] (SHOW RESPECT)
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/səˈluːt/
(especially of people in the armed forces) to make a formal sign of respect to someone, especially by raising the right hand to the side of the head
(尤指軍人)敬禮
Whenever you see an officer, you must salute.
只要見到軍官就必須敬禮。
The soldiers saluted the colonel.
士兵們向上校敬禮。
Physical gestures of respect
(Definition of salute verb (SHOW RESPECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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