تصفيق, استحسان, هتاف, إطراء
Noun(1) a demonstration of approval by clapping the hands together
(1) The applause will be loud and long in deserved praise of a man and his family who have done so much for Scottish boxing.(2) There was a huge round of applause when the juniors from the academy took to the stage.(3) After a slightly slow start the audience did begin to warm up and there were some big laughs and rounds of applause .(4) The applause he heard was from fans impressed by shots that stopped close to the pin.(5) After a very brief speech, he calls most of the actors and actresses from the wings, who come on to applause .(6) There was much applause and heckling, I mean cheering, and we were whisked backstage.(7) There had been some hostile questions from the floor, but in the end there was loud applause at the outcome.(8) they got a round of applause(9) Already there is a low buzz of excitement, punctuated by the occasional outbreak of applause .(10) let's have a round of applause for the women!(11) the novel won critical applause(12) The applause rippling around the stadium was for more than just a piece of accomplished defending.(13) They are burnt, diced or melted in acid in front of onlookers who react with polite applause .(14) they gave him a round of applause(15) Strangely the crowd gave this the same polite applause as they had to the other points he had made.(16) When the lights faded at the end of this play, there was no applause for a full minute.
(1) round of applause :: جولة من التصفيق
2. praise ::
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