acclaim

  畅通词汇  
[ə'kleɪm]     [ə'kleɪm]    
  • n.喝采;欢呼;赞同
  • v.欢呼;喝采;称赞
acclaimer acclaimed acclaimed acclaiming acclaims
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acclaim是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

双解释义

v.(动词)
  1. vt. 称赞 praise sb/sth publicly; publicly praise sb for a major achievement
  2. vt. 为…喝彩 welcome sb/sth publicly; greet with approval; publicly recognize
n.(名词)
  1. [U][C]欢呼,喝彩,称赞 praise and approval for sb/sth, especially an artistic

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. enthusiastic approval;

    "the book met with modest acclaim"
    "he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd"
    "they gave him more eclat than he really deserved"

Verb:
  1. praise vociferously;

    "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"

  2. clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval

acclaim的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Her performance won her much critical acclaim.
    她的表演大获评论界赞颂。
  2. He was welcomed with great acclaim.
    他受到十分热烈的欢迎。
  3. Every four years such acclaim would echo.
    这种欢呼,每四年都会来一次。
  4. The novel received great acclaim.
    这本小说备受赞扬。
  5. He deserves the acclaim he has received.
    他得到的称赞是受之无愧的。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The whole city turned out to acclaim the winning team.
    人们倾城而出为获胜的队欢呼喝彩。
  2. We acclaim the consummate skill of the acrobats as the acme of perfection.
    杂技演员的好身手让我们叹为观止。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The crowd acclaimed the firemen for rescuing two people from the burning house.
    人们称赞消防队员从燃烧的房屋中救出两个人。
  2. Critics enthusiastically acclaimed the new play.
    评论家们热情洋溢地称赞这部新剧。
  3. The whole nation warmly acclaimed the opening of the congress.
    全国人民欢呼代表大会的召开。
  4. 用于be ~ed结构
  5. The mayor was acclaimed.
    市长以全票当选。
  6. This singer was acclaimed far and wide for his unique vocal style.
    这位歌手以其独特的演唱风格到处赢得喝彩声。
  7. He has been widely acclaimed for his paintings.
    他的绘画受到广泛赞扬。
  8. Her latest play has been widely acclaimed by critics.
    她最近的一部戏剧受到评论界的广泛赞扬。
  9. The new works have been quickly and widely acclaimed by the readers.
    这些新作品很快就博得了读者普遍的赞扬。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. +(to be/as) n./adj.
  1. The crowd acclaimed the speaker their leader.
    这群人拥戴讲演的人作领袖。
  2. The mob deafeningly acclaimed him their leader.
    那群乌合之众震耳欲聋地欢呼,拥立他为领袖。
  3. The people acclaimed him king.
    人民拥立他为国王。
  4. The judge acclaimed her the winner.
    裁判宣布她为胜者。
  5. The newspapers acclaimed the fireman a hero.
    报界称赞那位消防队员是英雄。
  6. They acclaimed him the best writer of the year.
    他们推举他为当年最佳作者。
  7. We acclaimed him our captain.
    我们拥立他为我们的队长。
  8. As soon as this horse was led out, all people present acclaimed it (as) “a wonderful horse!”
    这匹马一牵出来,在场的人就连连称赞:“好马,好马!”
  9. 用于be ~ed结构
  10. He was acclaimed the winner.
    人们向他欢呼,承认他是得胜者。
  11. He was acclaimed a hero for saving the child's life.
    他拯救了那孩子的生命,人们称赞他为英雄。
  12. She is being acclaimed as the greatest dancer of her generation.
    她被称赞为当代最伟大的舞蹈家。
  13. It is a new British film that has been widely acclaimed by the critics and public as a classic of its kind.
    这是一部被评论家和公众称颂为同类作品中的经典之作的英国新片。
  14. The new drug has been acclaimed as the most important discovery for years.
    这种新药很受欢迎,被认为是近年来最重要的发明。
  15. The work was acclaimed as a masterpiece.
    该作品被誉为杰作。
  16. Acclaimed as a “pearl in the desert”, the city is thriving as never before.
    这个城市空前地繁荣兴旺起来,被誉为“沙漠中的明珠”。
  17. The new technique was acclaimed a medical breakthrough.
    这一新技术被称赞为医学上的一大突破。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He acknowledged the acclaim of the crowd.
    他感谢群众的赞扬。
  2. In a recent poll,Glasgow won acclaim as Britain's most progressive city.
    在最近的一次民意调查中,格拉斯哥赢得了英国最进步城市的美誉。
  3. The play received considerable critical acclaim.
    该剧本获得评论界的高度赞扬。
  4. The movie has won him wide acclaim.
    这部影片为他赢得了广泛的赞扬。
  5. Einstein's achievements earned him the acclaim of the entire scientific community.
    爱因斯坦的成就为他赢得了整个科学界的赞誉。
  6. Despite the critical acclaim, the novel did not sell well.
    虽然受到了评论界的好评,这本小说的销售状况并不好。
  7. Hamlet was played by Romania's leading actor,Ion Caramitrou, to rapturous acclaim.
    哈姆雷特由罗马尼亚的一流演员伊恩·克拉米宙来饰演,以引起轰动。
  8. Garcia's first novel was greeted with widespread critical acclaim.
    加西亚的第一部小说受到评论界的广泛赞誉。
  9. The astronaut was welcomed with joyous, resounding acclaim.
    人们欢声雷动地迎接那位宇航员。
  10. The new opera was greeted with universal acclaim.
    那出新歌剧受到普遍赞扬。
~+(that-)clause
  1. He deserves the acclaim he was received.
    对于人们的赞扬他受之无愧。
  2. I don't deserve the acclaim I have received.
    我对所受到的赞扬当之有愧。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词

acclaim的详细讲解:

词语用法

v.(动词)
  1. acclaim的基本意思是“称赞”“向…欢呼; 为…喝彩”,指对某人或某事物当众给予高度评价或大声喊好,以表示赞美或赏识。
  2. acclaim通常不用于被动结构。
  3. acclaim 后面常可接由as或to be短语充当补足语的复合宾语, as或to be常省略。
n.(名词)
  1. acclaim的意思是“欢呼,喝彩,称赞”,尤指对艺术成就的称誉或高度评价,通常不可数。偶尔可用于复数形式,意为“阵阵欢呼声”。

词义辨析

v.(动词)
acclaim, praise
这两个词都有“称赞”的意思,其区别是:
acclaim侧重称颂的动作,通常表示热情和公开地喝彩或称颂。praise 比较常用,侧重称颂的内容,指用语言或其他方式热烈称赞或表扬某人的品德 、业绩或成就,也可用来表示信教者对神的崇拜或赞美。
applause acclaim
这两个名词均有“喝彩,鼓掌”之意。
  • applause:applause侧重以掌声表示喝彩和赞扬。
  • acclaim:acclaim较正式用词,现多用于引申表示赞许。

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派生词

n.(名词)
  • acclamation n. 欢呼; 喝彩; 拥护; 赞成

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