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Translation of "tribute" - English-Spanish dictionary

tribute

noun   /ˈtrɪb·juːt/
something that you do or say to show that you respect and admire someone homenaje The concert was organized as a tribute to the singer who died last year.
(Definition of tribute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tribute

noun /ˈtribjuːt/
(an) expression of praise, thanks etc tributo, homenaje This statue has been erected as a tribute to a great man We must pay tribute to his great courage.
be a tribute to
to be the (praiseworthy) result of acreditar The success of the scheme is a tribute to his hard work.
(Definition of tribute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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