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salute

US [səˈlut]
UK [səˈluːt]
  • n.致敬;致意;(尤指士兵和军官之间的)敬礼;鸣礼炮
  • v.致敬;(尤指军队中)敬礼;表示敬意
  • Web行礼;欢迎;行礼致敬
Simple Present:salutes  Present Participle:saluting  Past Tense:saluted  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(尤指军队中)敬礼to touch the side of your head with the fingers of your right hand to show respect, especially in the armed forces
The sergeant stood to attention and saluted.
中士立正敬礼。
to salute the flag/an officer
向旗帜╱长官敬礼
2.
[t]
~ sb/sth
致敬;表示敬意to express respect and admiration for sb/sth
The players saluted the fans before leaving the field.
球员在退场前向球迷致意。
The president saluted the courage of those who had fought for their country.
总统对那些为国战斗者的英勇精神表示敬意。
n.
1.
[c]
(尤指士兵和军官之间的)敬礼the action of raising your right hand to the side of your head as a sign of respect, especially between soldiers and officers
2.
[c][u]
致敬;致意a thing that you say or do to show your admiration or respect for sb/sth or to welcome sb
He raised his hat as a friendly salute.
他举帽亲切致意。
His first words were a salute to the people of South Africa.
他开口首先向南非人民致敬。
They all raised their glasses in salute .
他们都举杯致意。
3.
[c]
鸣礼炮;鸣炮致敬an official occasion when guns are fired into the air to show respect for an important person
a 21-gun salute
鸣炮 21 响的礼仪

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