noun: A ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation.
noun: Ceremonial bestowal of knighthood.
verb-transitive: To praise or honor: "His works are invariably accoladed as definitive even as they sparkle and spark” ( Malcolm S. Forbes).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
In all seven divisions where he claimed some title accolade, he can only be caught arguably cherry picking once in the seven.
"What makes this a special honor or accolade is it is a genre picture, and typically they are celebrated more by audiences than they are by critics," he said.
For example, Lib Dem leader Ming Campbell has broken new ground in becoming the first party leader to join the hip social networking website Facebook, racking up well over a thousand ‘friends’, and earning an accolade from the Daily Mirror as the politician with the best online presence.
Heil the Prince of Homburg” (l. The accolade is ordinary, and certainly respectful, but it remains incomplete until the accompanying officers add: “Heil, heil, heil!”
Speaking at the ceremony, Lasseter called the accolade "a tremendous honour", one he shares with his "best friends and brothers" in filmmaking, his fellow directors at the studio.