Definition of 'salute'
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But we also salute these men because they did not blame their defeats on others. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Veterans raised their arms in salute for one minute, then another as the convoy moved away. The Sun (2008)The officer threw Bach a perfunctory military salute. BomberHe gave us a stiff military salute, at the same time clapping his heels together. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)But Australia must also be saluted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He lived in a tent, like the men, and was taught to salute when greeted. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Britain's other past and present heavyweight champions also saluted Ali. The Sun (2016)A guard of honour saluted. Somewhere East of Life (1994)I also salute physical courage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)LET'S all salute our brilliant military heroes who risked their lives saving British and other civilians trapped in Libya. The Sun (2011)In Austria, they raise their arms in stiff salutes and roar approval of calls to kick out the foreigners. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'salute'
British English: salute /səˈluːt/ VERB
If you salute someone, you greet them or show your respect with a formal sign. Soldiers usually salute officers by raising their right hand so that their fingers touch their forehead.
One of the company stepped out and saluted the General.
I stood to attention and saluted.
- American English: salute
- Arabic: يُحَيّي
- Brazilian Portuguese: saudar
- Chinese: 敬礼
- Croatian: salutirati
- Czech: zdravit
- 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
- European Portuguese: saudar
- Romanian: a saluta
- Russian: приветствовать
- Latin American Spanish: saludar
- Swedish: hälsa
- Thai: คำนับ
- Turkish: selamlamak
- Ukrainian: вітати
- Vietnamese: chào
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