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praise po angielsku:

1. exalt exalt

He would often exalt the virtues of his new wife
could hoobble or exalt

2. extol

He extols the beauty of being a bachelor.
The author of the book extols the benefits of acupuncture for pain relief.
extolled the importance of encouraging creativity in schools

3. accolade

She received a Grammy Award, the highest accolade in the music business
to recive accolades
An Oscar is the highest accolade an actor can receive.
The movie is winning accolades from critics.
When you get the award for wining someting = the token of this would be the accolade.
Our work has won us accolades from countless students.
the comedy veteran has said he is delighted with the accolade.
Four restaurants have been awarded the highest accolade of a three-star rating.
He's been granted the ultimate accolade - his face on a postage stamp.
The Oscar was an accolade she's been awaiting for a long time.
Her approval was the highest accolade he could receive.
Paris Hilton has become a record breaker - but she might not be too happy at the accolade.

4. applaud

I applauded them when the tune ended.
I applaud your decision to study medicine.
As soon as the new teacher entered the classroom, the students began to applaud.
The audience applauded loudly.
I like applauding after performmance.
I applaud you for giving it thought ahead of time.
I'd like to applaud everyone who has raised money for our charity today.
At the end of the concert, everybody applauded.
These were exactly the right words, and we applaud them.
She was applauded for a full five minutes after her speech.; So let's hear some applause for these talented young performers.
The audience applauded loudly. Most people will surely applaud the decision.
The whole audience got up and started to applaud.
People applaud a singer because he sang well, or maybe because he finally stopped.

5. glorify

To glorify is to praise or honor something or someone to an extreme degree.
To glorify is to praise or honor something or someone to an extreme degree. If you like someone, you might compliment or praise them, but glorifying takes that a step further.
To raise one's name in later generations and thereby glorify one's parents, this is the greatest expression of filial piety.

6. lionize

7. approbation

He surveyed the document with approbation.

8. somebody for doing something

Angielskie słowo "praise" (somebody for doing something) występuje w zestawach:

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9. to show immense appreciation for somebody or something

Angielskie słowo "praise" (to show immense appreciation for somebody or something) występuje w zestawach:

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10. flattery

flattery will get you nowhere
People use flattery to get what they want.
The attendant is good at flattery.
He took her remarks as flattery.
No one will be caught by his flattery.
Nothing in this world is harder than speaking the truth, nothing easier than flattery.
There is nothing to be gained by flattery.
The man that lays his hand upon a woman, save in the way of kindness, is a wretch whom't were gross flattery to name a coward.
It's nothing but flattery.
She is readily accessible to flattery.
... in the form of flattery and idle chit- chat.
That would be the greatest flattery anyone could say to me.
she allowed no hint of flattery to enter her voice
I was really pleased when he said how well I'd done, because he isn't known for flattery.
She is proof against flattery.

Angielskie słowo "praise" (flattery) występuje w zestawach:

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11. an expression of strong approval or admiration

12. encomium

13. hail

The hail cracked the window.
It's hailing.
Have you ever seen it hail?
film was hailed as a masterpiece
There was hail the size of baseballs.
His grandparents hail from Silesia.
As a rule, hail falls in summer.
Hail, milord.
Hail the Soviet Union!
You're expected to hail it as a triumph.
You simply hail the taaxi in the street
Cameron and Obama hail essential relationship
There were heavy showers of rain and hail.
He hailed me down with insults.
there was a big hail storm this afternoon, did you hear it? They were quite big hail stones

14. strong approval

15. laud

But he also lauded organizers for raising so much money.
People often laud Christopher Columbus for all the lands that he discovered, but most are completely unaware of his numerous under-the-sea discoveries.

16. blandishment

17. adulation

This tabloid seems to have set adulation for this politician as one of its objectives.
Pop artists thrive on the adulation of their loyal fans.
This peaceful feeling had nothing to do with external adulation, and I yearned for a return to that innocent, fertile time.
He found it difficult to cope with the adulation of the fans.
Shame on any Member who proclaims such obscene adulation of men of blood!

18. big up

Angielskie słowo "praise" (big up) występuje w zestawach:

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19. commendable

she showed commendable modesty
This group is doing a commendable job and we are very proud of them.
commendable efforts/behaviour/bravery
The social side of this report, shown in its concern for young people coming from disadvantaged environments, is commendable.
... recognize the generosity and“ commendable efforts” of Venezuela's neighbours...
Today, their efforts have paid off and they are in possession of conclusive evidence, an achievement which is indeed commendable.

20. plaudit

21. criticise

Jon criticised me of complaining all the time.
She always criticises her husband for being sloppy.
Sometimes critics don't know what they criticise.
If you want to criticise other people, first you must improve your own methods.

Angielskie słowo "praise" (criticise) występuje w zestawach:

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22. to speak well of somebody

23. the act of expressing approval or admiration

Angielskie słowo "praise" (the act of expressing approval or admiration) występuje w zestawach:

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