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Translation of "praise" - English-Spanish dictionary

praise

verb   /preɪz/ ( present participle praising, past tense and past participle praised)
to say that someone or something is very good elogiar, alabar He praised the team’s performance.
noun [no plural]   /preɪz/
words that you say to show that you think someone or something is very good elogios They deserve praise for their achievements.
(Definition of praise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

praise

verb /preiz/
to express admiration or approval of; to commend elogiar He praised her singing.
to glorify (God) by singing hymns etc alabar Praise the Lord!
praiseworthy adjective
deserving praise digno de elogio, loable a praiseworthy attempt.
(Definition of praise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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