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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: An expression of approval; praise.
- noun: A special acknowledgment; an award.
- 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.
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