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Turkish translation of “praise”

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praise

verb [T]
 
 
/preɪz/
ADMIRE B2 to say that you admire someone or something, or that they are very good
övmek, methiyeler düzmek, yüceltmek, methetmek
He praised the team's performance. Residents praised the firemen for their swift action.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
GOD to give respect and thanks to a god
Allah'a methiye düzmek; yüceliğine övgüler söylemek
Praise God, no one was hurt.Religious practices
Translations of “praise”
in Korean 칭찬하다…
in Arabic يَمْدَح…
in French faire l’éloge de, glorifier…
in Italian lodare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 表示贊成, 讚揚,表揚…
in Russian хвалить, восхвалять, прославлять…
in Polish chwalić…
in Spanish elogiar, alabar…
in Portuguese elogiar…
in German loben, preisen…
in Catalan elogiar, lloar…
in Japanese ~をほめる, 称賛する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表示赞成, 赞扬,表扬…
(Definition of praise verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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