Hindi translation of 'salute'
salute /səˈluːt सअˈलूट्/
Word forms: salutes, saluting, saluted
1. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you salute or salute someone, you greet them or show your respect with a formal sign. Soldiers salute officers by raising their right hand so that their fingers touch their forehead. A salute is a formal sign of greeting or respect.
सलामी देना/सलामी nf
I stood to attention and saluted.
The soldier gave a salute and moved off.
He raised his arm in salute.
2. transitive verb, countable noun
To salute a person or an achievement means to publicly show or state your admiration for them. A public show of admiration for someone or something is called a salute.
सराहना करना/अभिनन्दन mn
I salute him for the courage he has shown.
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Example Sentences Including 'salute'
Marlette had to fight back the revulsion as he went through the hollow motions of returning the salute.The Devil's Door
She lifted her hand in a wave that was also a salute of acknowledgement.The White Dove
Guards were drawn up, drivers were standing at the salute by opened car doors.In Love and War
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'salute' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُحَيّي
- Brazilian Portuguese: saudar
- Chinese: 敬礼
- Croatian: salutirati
- Czech: zdravit pozdravit
- Danish: hilse
- Dutch: salueren
- European Spanish: saludar militar
- Finnish: tervehtiä sotilaallisesti
- French: saluer formel
- German: grüßen
- Greek: χαιρετίζω
- Italian: salutare
- Japanese: 挨拶する
- Korean: 인사하다
- Norwegian: hilse (på)
- Polish: pozdrowić pozdrawiać
- Portuguese: saudar
- Romanian: a saluta
- Russian: приветствовать
- Spanish: saludar
- Swedish: hälsa
- Thai: คำนับ
- Turkish: selamlamak
- Ukrainian: вітати
- Vietnamese: chào
Translation of salute from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary