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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “salute”

salute

noun [C] (SHOW OF RESPECT)
表示尊敬
 
 
/səˈluːt/
a gesture of respect made to someone by raising the right hand to the side of the head
敬禮
The soldier gave a salute and the officer returned it.
士兵向軍官敬禮,軍官回禮。
Physical gestures of respect
an action, such as the firing of a gun, done to show respect to someone
致敬(如鳴禮炮等,以示對某人的尊敬)
Full military honours and a 21-gun salute (= 21 guns fired at the same time) marked his funeral.
他的葬禮是最高規格的軍葬禮,鳴21響禮炮。
Showing respect and admiration
(Definition of salute noun (SHOW OF RESPECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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