Hindi translation of 'praise'
praise /preɪz प्रेइज़्/
Word forms: praises, praising, praised
1. transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you praise someone or something, or if you express your praise for them, you express approval for their achievements or qualities.
प्रशंसा करना nf, तारीफ़ करना/प्रशंसा , nf, तारीफ़ , nf
He praised the fans for their continued support.
She is full of praise for the excellent services available.
2. transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you praise God, or if you offer him your praise, you express your respect, honour, and thanks to God.
स्तुति करना/स्तुति nf
Hindus were singing hymns in praise of the god Rama.
If you sing someone's praises, you praise them in an enthusiastic way.
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Example Sentences Including 'praise'
But nay: the praise of the praiseworthy is above all rewards.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
I heard nothing but professional praise for the man from guys who were, after all, competitors on the various circuits.Doubtful Motives
He had interrupted progress through a cheese Danish to heap praise on my report of Murdoch Finnegan's murder.A Conviction of Guilt
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'praise' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُثْنِي عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: elogiar
- Chinese: 赞扬
- Croatian: hvaliti
- Czech: chválit pochválit
- Danish: rose
- Dutch: prijzen
- European Spanish: elogiar
- Finnish: ylistää
- French: faire l’éloge
- German: loben
- Greek: επαινώ
- Italian: lodare
- Japanese: ほめる
- Korean: 칭찬하다
- Norwegian: rose
- Polish: pochwalić chwalić
- Portuguese: elogiar
- Romanian: a lăuda
- Russian: восхвалять
- Spanish: elogiar
- Swedish: berömma
- Thai: ชมเชย
- Turkish: övmek
- Ukrainian: хвалити похвалити
- Vietnamese: khen
Translation of praise from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary