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Translation of "ovation" - English-Spanish dictionary

ovation

noun   /əʊˈveɪ.ʃən/
an occasion when a crowd of people expresses great enjoyment and/or approval of something with loud and long clapping ovación She was given a standing ovation (= the crowd stood up while they clapped) at the end of her speech.1007
(Definition of ovation from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ovation

noun /əˈveiʃən, (American) ou-/
cheering or applause etc to express approval, welcome etc ovación They gave the president a standing ovation
(Definition of ovation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ovation”
in Vietnamese sự tung hô…
in Malaysian tepuk sanjungan…
in Thai การปรบมือให้อย่างดังและนาน…
in French ovation…
in German die Ovation…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欢呼, 热烈鼓掌…
in Turkish coşkulu alkış, aşırı tazahürat…
in Russian овация…
in Indonesian tepuk tangan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歡呼, 熱烈鼓掌…
in Polish owacja…
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