Acclaim in spanish


pronunciation: ɑklɑmɑθioʊn part of speech: noun
In gestures

acclaim1 = elogio, reconocimiento, fama. 

Example: In effect, the book started its life rather more as a light entertainment middle-of-the-range hardback autobiography but popular acclaim turned it into a huge mass-market paperback success.


» critical acclaim = elogio de la crítica.

Example: Here's what he had to say in the interview: 'The box office definitely matters more than critical acclaim'.

» enjoy + critical acclaim = recibir el elogio de la crítica.

Example: His one man show 'It's All Greek to Me' has enjoyed critical acclaim all around the world.

» receive + acclaim = ser objeto de elogio.

Example: The editor of textbooks in both secondary and higher education generally receive both monetary reward and professional acclaim for it.

» win + acclaim = ser objeto de elogio, recibir elogios.

Example: Abstracting journal 'Physics' has won acclaim followed by 'Physics Abstracts', 'Electrical and Electronic Abstracts', 'Science Abstracts', all published by British INSPEC since 1898.

acclaim2 = elogiar. 

Example: However, we must not forget the book which the critics acclaim and which also sells in goodly numbers.

Acclaim synonyms

hail in spanish: granizo, pronunciation: heɪl part of speech: noun, verb herald in spanish: heraldo, pronunciation: herəld part of speech: noun eclat in spanish: brillo, pronunciation: eklət part of speech: noun spat in spanish: freza, pronunciation: spæt part of speech: verb applaud in spanish: aplaudir, pronunciation: əplɔd part of speech: verb clap in spanish: aplaudir, pronunciation: klæp part of speech: noun, verb plaudit in spanish: aplaudir, pronunciation: plɔdɪt part of speech: noun acclamation in spanish: aclamación, pronunciation: ækləmeɪʃən part of speech: noun plaudits in spanish: aplausos, pronunciation: plɔdɪts part of speech: noun

Acclaim antonyms

boo pronunciation: bu part of speech: noun hiss pronunciation: hɪs part of speech: noun, verb
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