Translation of laudable in Spanish:

laudable

loable, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈlɔdəb(ə)l//ˈlɔːdəb(ə)l/

adjective

formal

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    loable
    plausible
    laudable formal
    • This landmark and laudable legislative step would go a long way in women empowerment and gender equality.
    • Senior officers in the transport department agree that Minister's intention may be laudable.
    • Her commitment is laudable but she does not have the credentials needed for her new position.
    • The author's use of lots of prose to explain key ideas, concepts and theories is laudable.
    • Perfection is a laudable aim in sport but rarely, if ever, is it attainable.
    • It is a laudable impulse to try to increase your understanding of voters in other parts of the country.
    • It is a very laudable approach, that is, if we are serious about dealing with the issue of drunk driving.
    • As such, he doesn't explain the essential mystery here - how modest funding for a laudable goal could have become such a punishing liability.
    • Our council's proposal to target secondary schools, while laudable, is catching them too late.
    • Focusing on the long term is also laudable in itself - especially in the light of what we've seen lately.
    • Enabling the internet's full potential to be used by the world's entire population is indeed laudable.
    • But it was no less laudable for that.
    • The report said it had a laudable aim and created skilled jobs - but was not open to proper public scrutiny.
    • The proposal to give tax exemption on the pension received by ex-servicemen and their kin is laudable.
    • Obviously, it's a laudable aim, but it is oddly catholic in its objectives.
    • Most farmers would agree that was a laudable aim, but many doubt that the ministry has the will or the wherewithal to bring it about.
    • The move was a serious blow to the government's laudable aim of achieving full employment.
    • The goal to attack the spiralling cost of public services may be laudable, but the precedent is dangerous.
    • Both are laudable aims, and both may be partially realized in the course of psychoanalysis.
    • Nowadays a reasonable degree of certainty for third parties is not merely a laudable aim, it is a mandatory requirement of the law.