- vt. 称赞 praise sb/sth publicly; publicly praise sb for a major achievement
- vt. 为…喝彩 welcome sb/sth publicly; greet with approval; publicly recognize
- [U][C]欢呼,喝彩,称赞 praise and approval for sb/sth, especially an artistic
- enthusiastic approval;
"the book met with modest acclaim"
"he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd"
"they gave him more eclat than he really deserved"
- praise vociferously;
"The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
- clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
- Her performance won her much critical acclaim.
- Every four years such acclaim would echo.
- The novel received great acclaim.
- He deserves the acclaim he has received.
- The whole city turned out to acclaim the winning team.
- We acclaim the consummate skill of the acrobats as the acme of perfection.
The crowd acclaimed the firemen for rescuing two people from the burning house.
Critics enthusiastically acclaimed the new play.
The whole nation warmly acclaimed the opening of the congress.
The mayor was acclaimed.
This singer was acclaimed far and wide for his unique vocal style.
He has been widely acclaimed for his paintings.
Her latest play has been widely acclaimed by critics.
The new works have been quickly and widely acclaimed by the readers.
The crowd acclaimed the speaker their leader.
The mob deafeningly acclaimed him their leader.
The people acclaimed him king.
The judge acclaimed her the winner.
The newspapers acclaimed the fireman a hero.
They acclaimed him the best writer of the year.
We acclaimed him our captain.
As soon as this horse was led out, all people present acclaimed it (as) “a wonderful horse!”
He was acclaimed the winner.
He was acclaimed a hero for saving the child's life.
She is being acclaimed as the greatest dancer of her generation.
It is a new British film that has been widely acclaimed by the critics and public as a classic of its kind.
The new drug has been acclaimed as the most important discovery for years.
The work was acclaimed as a masterpiece.
Acclaimed as a “pearl in the desert”, the city is thriving as never before.
The new technique was acclaimed a medical breakthrough.
He acknowledged the acclaim of the crowd.
In a recent poll,Glasgow won acclaim as Britain's most progressive city.
The play received considerable critical acclaim.
The movie has won him wide acclaim.
Einstein's achievements earned him the acclaim of the entire scientific community.
Despite the critical acclaim, the novel did not sell well.
Hamlet was played by Romania's leading actor,Ion Caramitrou, to rapturous acclaim.
Garcia's first novel was greeted with widespread critical acclaim.
The astronaut was welcomed with joyous, resounding acclaim.
The new opera was greeted with universal acclaim.
He deserves the acclaim he was received.
I don't deserve the acclaim I have received.
- acclaim a history-making decision 欢呼永垂青史的决议
- acclaim a new film 赞扬一部新影片
- acclaim a victory 欢呼胜利
- acclaim sb's performance 盛赞某人的表演
- acclaim sb's positive contributions to... 赞扬某人为…所作的积极贡献
- acclaim the new king 欢呼拥戴新国王
- acclaim the nominee 热烈拥护被提名的人
- acclaim the opening of the congress 欢呼代表大会的召开
- acclaim the winner 对优胜者报以喝彩
- international acclaim 国际上的赞扬
- loud acclaims of the audience 观众的大声喝彩
- popular acclaim 公众的赞扬
- unusual acclaim 异乎寻常的欢迎
- with loud acclaims 在阵阵纵情的欢呼声中
- acclaim from 来自…的好评
- 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。
- 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。
- acclamation n. 欢呼; 喝彩; 拥护; 赞成