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Translation of "acclaim" - English-Spanish dictionary

acclaim

verb /əˈkleim/
to applaud or welcome enthusiastically aclamar The whole team was acclaimed by the fans at the end of the game. to declare (someone) ruler, winner etc by enthusiastic approval proclamar They acclaimed him king. acclaimed /akləˈmeiʃən/ adjective praised by many people Aclamado an acclaimed author. acclamation /akləˈmeiʃən/ noun (formal ) a noisy demonstration of applause, agreement, approval etc aclamación His speech was received with acclamation.
(Definition of acclaim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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