Translation of kudos in Spanish:


prestigio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈk(j)uˌdɑs//ˈk(j)uˌdoʊs//ˈkjuːdɒs/


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    prestigio masculine
    • However, Mr Murphy gave kudos to the Credit Union for organising the event.
    • Even the staff at the International Plaza Hotel offered kudos to the conference.
    • The lone conductor never stood a chance of subduing them, but kudos to her for trying anyway.
    • If so, kudos to Neyer for being the only one to stand up to the guy.
    • Now I have to give credit where it is due, so kudos to all those involved in the major drug bust on Monos Island.
    • I don't know if they nailed him later with a credit card chargeback, but I say kudos to him for giving us all a big laugh.
    • I'll give kudos to Kendall who has tried three times to get rid of him.
    • If you are one of the few who have stuck with it, kudos to you.
    • Still a win is a win and the champs will find a way to win when its necessary so kudos to Detroit.
    • The voluminous and emotional responses ranged from kudos to condemnation.
    • Lastly, kudos to all three performers for their spot-on character work.
    • I've given out some kudos to Julia Baird and we all vigorously debated Miranda Devine.
    • Also, kudos to Amy from Cooking with Amy for getting some press as well.
    • So it isn't as if it is going to bring a lot of extra ratings but it will certainly bring a lot of kudos to the network that did it.
    • Now on the surface this sounds like a right reasonable question to ask and kudos to the guy who brought it up.
    • They again gave kudos to the organising committee, led by retired police officer Kyron Arthur.
    • Good luck and kudos to you for taking an interest in a needy child.
    • It gives equal kudos to Harrison, the man who spent decades creating the most accurate clock in the world, and King.
    • Also, kudos to Terry Milewski of the CBC for fantastic reporting of this story.
    • Still she performed like a trooper and actually did the shoot so kudos to her.