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Translation of "salute" - English-Spanish dictionary

salute

noun   /səˈluːt/
a sign of respect to someone of a higher rank in a military organization, often made by putting the right hand at the side of the head saludo
verb   /səˈluːt/ ( present participle saluting, past tense and past participle saluted)
to give a salute to someone of a higher rank in a military organization saludar
(Definition of salute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

salute

verb /səˈluːt/
(especially in the forces) to raise the (usually right) hand to the forehead to show respect saludar They saluted their commanding officer.
to honour by firing eg large guns saludar They saluted the Queen by firing one hundred guns.
(Definition of salute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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