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applaud

verb /əˈploːd/
to praise or show approval, by clapping the hands
aplaudir
The crowd applauded Jack’s speech enthusiastically.
applause /-z/ noun praise or approval, expressed by clapping
aplauso
The President received a round of applause at the end of his speech.
Translations of “applaud”
in Korean 박수를 치다…
in Arabic يُصَفِّق…
in French applaudir…
in Italian applaudire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拍手, 鼓掌…
in Russian аплодировать, приветствовать…
in Turkish alkışlamak, alkış tutmak, beğenmek…
in Polish klaskać, bić brawo, pochwalać…
in Portuguese aplaudir…
in German applaudieren…
in Catalan aplaudir…
in Japanese 拍手する, 拍手喝采する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拍手, 鼓掌…
(Definition of applaud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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