Hindi translation of 'applaud'
applaud /əˈplɔːd अˈप्लॉड्/
Word forms: applauds, applauding, applauded
1. transitive or intransitive verb
When a group of people applaud or applaud someone, they clap their hands to show that they have enjoyed a performance.
ताली बजाकर ख़ुशी जाहिर करना/ताली बजाकर किसी की हौसला अफजाई करना
I didn't applaud him because it was a very bad speech.
2. transitive verb
When a person or their behaviour is applauded, people praise it.
He should be applauded for his courage.
We applaud her determination.
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Example Sentences Including 'applaud'
Decemo watched from the window until Mitzi's taxi drove away, then turned to applaud Sunny.Death in Fashion
They were turning their backs on a show that divinities were not too proud to patronize and applaud.EVERVILLE (2001)
She paused and Hat put down his coffee mug to applaud , not entirely ironically.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'applaud' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُصَفِّقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aplaudir
- Chinese: 鼓掌
- Croatian: pljeskati
- Czech: zatleskat tleskat
- Danish: klappe
- Dutch: applaudiseren
- European Spanish: aplaudir transitivo
- Finnish: taputtaa käsiään
- French: applaudir
- German: applaudieren
- Greek: χειροκροτώ
- Italian: applaudire
- Japanese: 拍手を送る
- Korean: 박수를 치다
- Norwegian: applaudere
- Polish: klasnąć klaskać
- Portuguese: aplaudir
- Romanian: a aplauda
- Russian: аплодировать
- Spanish: aplaudir
- Swedish: applådera
- Thai: ปรบมือ
- Turkish: alkışlamak
- Ukrainian: аплодувати зааплодувати
- Vietnamese: vỗ tay tán thưởng
Translation of applaud from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary