elogio

m.
1 praise.
2 compliment, citation, praise, acclaim.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: elogiar.
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elogio
nombre masculino
1 praise, eulogy
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FRASEOLOGÍA
digno,-a de elogio praiseworthy
hacer elogios de to sing the praises of
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noun m.
praise
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SM (=alabanza) praise; (=homenaje) tribute

queda por encima de todo elogio — it's beyond praise

hacer elogio de — to sing the praises of

hizo un caluroso elogio del héroe — he paid a warm tribute to the hero

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masculino praise

hacer elogio(s) de algo — to sing the praises of something, to extol something

se deshizo en elogios para con ella — he showered her with praise

digno de elogio — praiseworthy

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= commendation, acclaim, praise, encomium, accolade, laurels, elevation, eulogy, plaudit, rave.
Ex. It's a staggering list of accomplishments, and considering bureaucracy and some of the internal problems of the Library of Congress, I think that the Library deserves a great deal of credit and commendation.
Ex. 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.
Ex. Wing has not had the almost unqualified praise from the reviewers that Pollard and Redgrave received.
Ex. Encomiums for abstractors are appropriate.
Ex. The article 'Interlibrary loan: automation, whither thou goest; some gripes and an accolade' advises postponing automation until dedicated funds are available and hardware is standardized.
Ex. There is a need to give credit to all involved in the development of quality products thus sharing the laurels.
Ex. Within the last 40 years, information has undergone remarkable elevation.
Ex. The journalist and broadcaster, Bernard Levin is well known for his eulogies of good indexes and indexers.
Ex. This valuable collection is now accessible over the Internet, to the plaudits of numerous researchers and citizens, spreading our influence throughout the world.
Ex. And by tackling problems beyond their traditional turf, the award winners earned raves for leadership.
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* deshacerse en elogios = wax + lyrical, wax + rapturous, sing + Posesivo + praises, go into + raptures.
* digno de elogio = praiseworthy, commendably.
* elogios = kudos.
* recibir elogio = get + tap on the shoulder.
* recibir elogios = win + accolade.
* ser objeto de elogio = win + acclaim, receive + acclaim.
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masculino praise

hacer elogio(s) de algo — to sing the praises of something, to extol something

se deshizo en elogios para con ella — he showered her with praise

digno de elogio — praiseworthy

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= commendation, acclaim, praise, encomium, accolade, laurels, elevation, eulogy, plaudit, rave.

Ex: It's a staggering list of accomplishments, and considering bureaucracy and some of the internal problems of the Library of Congress, I think that the Library deserves a great deal of credit and commendation.

Ex: 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.
Ex: Wing has not had the almost unqualified praise from the reviewers that Pollard and Redgrave received.
Ex: Encomiums for abstractors are appropriate.
Ex: The article 'Interlibrary loan: automation, whither thou goest; some gripes and an accolade' advises postponing automation until dedicated funds are available and hardware is standardized.
Ex: There is a need to give credit to all involved in the development of quality products thus sharing the laurels.
Ex: Within the last 40 years, information has undergone remarkable elevation.
Ex: The journalist and broadcaster, Bernard Levin is well known for his eulogies of good indexes and indexers.
Ex: This valuable collection is now accessible over the Internet, to the plaudits of numerous researchers and citizens, spreading our influence throughout the world.
Ex: And by tackling problems beyond their traditional turf, the award winners earned raves for leadership.
* deshacerse en elogios = wax + lyrical, wax + rapturous, sing + Posesivo + praises, go into + raptures.
* digno de elogio = praiseworthy, commendably.
* elogios = kudos.
* recibir elogio = get + tap on the shoulder.
* recibir elogios = win + accolade.
* ser objeto de elogio = win + acclaim, receive + acclaim.

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elogio
masculine
praise
hacer elogio(s) de algo to sing the praises of sth, to extol sth
se deshizo en elogios para con ella he showered her with praise
su actitud merece todo mi elogio I find his attitude extremely praiseworthy
elogios de la crítica critical acclaim
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Del verbo elogiar: (conjugate elogiar)

elogio es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

elogió es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
elogiar    
elogio
elogiar (conjugate elogiar) verbo transitivo
to praise
elogio sustantivo masculino
praise;
digno de elogio praiseworthy

elogiar verbo transitivo to praise
elogio sustantivo masculino praise

'elogio' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acción
- aplauso
- cumplimiento
- digno
English:
commendation
- eulogy
- praise
- accolade
- single
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elogio nm
praise;
la crítica sólo tuvo elogios para el director the critics had nothing but praise for the director;
la colmaron de elogios, se deshicieron en elogios con ella they heaped praise on her, they showered her with praise;
digno de elogio praiseworthy;
hizo un apasionado elogio de los australianos he paid the Australians a glowing tribute;
recibió el elogio unánime de todos los partidos he was praised by all the parties without exception
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elogio
m praise
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elogio nm
: praise
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elogio n praise

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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