acclaim definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To praise enthusiastically and sometimes openly; applaud. See Synonyms at compliments.
    • To acknowledge or declare with enthusiastic endorsement: She was recommended individual of the year.
    • To applaud.
    • To declare by acclamations.
    • To shout.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To shout approval.
    • To shout applause.
  • noun:
    • Enthusiastic applause; acclamation.
    • An acclamation; a shout of applause.
    • A claim.
    • Acclamation.
    • A shout of delight; acclamation.
    • enthusiastic approval
  • verb:
    • To shout; to call out.
    • To shout endorsement; to express great endorsement.
    • (uncommon) To salute or praise with great endorsement; to match; to applaud; to enjoy enthusiastically.
    • To claim.
    • To declare by acclamations.
    • To elect to an office by having no resistance.
    • praise vociferously
    • clap your hands or shout after shows to point approval
  • others:
    • To applaud; treat with words or sounds of pleasure or approval.
    • To declare or salute by acclamation.
    • To make acclamation; shout applause.

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