Translation for 'laud' from English to Russian
NOUN   a laud | lauds
VERB   to laud | lauded | lauded
lauding | lauds
SYNO to exalt | to extol | to glorify | ...
восхвалять кого-л./что-л. [несов.]to laud sb./sth.
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Translation for 'laud' from English to Russian

to laud sb./sth.
восхвалять кого-л./что-л. [несов.]
Usage Examples English
  • While at college he wrote short sketches and reviews for newspapers and magazines. He was among the first to laud the work of Bartók and Kodály.
  • More recently, a variant of the lyric was created by Vancouver Canucks fans to laud the popularity of the (at the time) recently-hired coach Bruce Boudreau, with a "Bruce, there it is!
  • References to Couperin by his contemporaries, including Charles Burney, laud his improvisational virtuosity (often on the "Te Deum" hymn) and established his reputation as one of the two best organists of the era.
  • In the preamble the orator declares his intention not only to laud the bravery of those who lost their lives at the field of the battle but to mention as well the achievements of their ancestors (2).
  • However, Mozart was not one to laud lightly. The epithet "charmingly written" can be taken at face value and from someone like Mozart this was high praise indeed.

  • While many experts laud the benefits of innovation in computerized algorithmic trading, other analysts have expressed concern with specific aspects of computerized trading.
  • While supporters laud QALY’s efficiency, critics argue that use of QALY can cause medical inefficiencies because a less-effective, cheaper drug may be approved based on its QALY calculation.
  • "Stotra" comes from the Sanskrit root "stu-" which means "to praise, eulogize or laud".
  • Many democrats laud the end of a policy that led to the expulsion of 80% of migrant encounters during the Trump Administration, but Missouri, Arizona, and Louisiana have sued the Administration over its announcement.
  • Some complain about a lack of authenticity, but others laud it as an outstanding beginning of Belarusian cinema.

  • While he did laud the Founders for establishing a legitimate government, as opposed to state, that was intended to protect natural rights.
  • Critics laud the car's appearance, quick acceleration, spacious interior and range.
  • The "Dictionary of National Biography" devotes a paragraph to laud his modest kindness, empathy, reasoning powers and his vast reserve of patience.
  • Cattaneo has also been awarded the "Medaglia teresiana" by the University of Pavia, in 2013. In 2015, "Nature" dedicated an editorial to laud the work that Cattaneo and her supporters had achieved.
  • Jonathan Barkan of Bloody Disgusting wrote "And Hell Will Follow Me" is a throwback to an era when rock and metal wasn't afraid to face, and even laud, the darkness that lurked behind the scenes".

  • Diocese on the Niger, laud to the skies.
  • The term has been used in political contexts to refer critically to political ideologies that are held to repudiate one's own culture and laud others.
  • Both Young and Lofgren continue to laud Reeves' playing style, noting his versatility and ability to move fluidly between simple and complex bass lines.
  • The hydronym "Liaudė" is of obscure origin, possible explanation is from the root "*laud-" (as [...] 'people, crowd') or it could be of the Finno-Ugric origin (ex. [...] 'moist').
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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