Translation of praise in Spanish:


elogios, n.

Pronunciation: /preɪz//preɪz/


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    (credit, applause)
    (masculine plural) elogios
    (feminine plural) alabanzas
    he was full of praise for her se deshizo en elogios / en alabanzas para con ella
    • I've nothing but praise for him no tengo más que elogios para él
    • she spoke in praise of her staff habló elogiando / alabando a sus empleados
    • her dedication is beyond praise no hay palabras para elogiar su dedicación
    • he was loud in his praise/praises of their heroism hizo grandes elogios de su heroísmo
    • to give praise where praise is due elogiar a algn como se merece
    • to damn sth with faint praise
    • the reviewers damned the novel with faint praise la parquedad de los elogios de los críticos fue una crítica indirecta de la novela
    • to sing the praises of sth/sb hacer elogio de algo/algn
    • The people came together, the brethren sang praises to God.
    • They were punished when they had done wrong and rewarded where praise was due.
    • However, like most business correspondence, praise comes rarely and complaints come often.
    • Half of the female respondents and both male respondents reported praise from coaches.
    • But most innings ended with smiles from the players and praise from the coaches.
    • The novel received extremely high praise from critics.
    • The least satisfactory aspect of the book is that which has received the most fulsome praise from certain critics.
    • Andrew's effort earned glowing praise from someone at the very top.
    • Young and old in Bolton welcomed a Royal visitor to town - and earned glowing praise from their VIP guest.
    • The intense expression on the fox's face as it scratched in the sand won high praise from the judge.
    • Nothing but praise had ever been uttered about how the Isaacs got along together.
    • Morocco especially has received lavish praise for its recent efforts and quite rightly so.
    • I'm watching and making tea, offering praise and encouragement.
    • The Harvard faculty fell all over themselves offering praise, one after the other, for the retiring president.
    • The natural contingencies of the typical classroom undermine frequent teacher praise and strengthen reprimanding behavior.
    • Every pro in attendance who analyzed the contest heaped effusive praise on the judges afterward.
    • I guess all those praises and admiration finally got to me.
    • His days at Bootham Crescent continued to spark praise from all quarters of the club.
    • But five men deserve special praise for their continued efforts.
    • Results suggest that a self-evaluation intervention had a positive short-term impact on teacher praise.
    • Each day concluded with a Family Rally, consisting of worship, praise and an address.
    • Every morning, before we pray for our needs, we express our praise and gratitude to God.
    • We were both raising our hands in praise and worship, shouting and singing to God.
    • It will entail habits of prayer, praise and a disciplined life lived for God.
    • The convention schedule sets aside time for some serious praise and worship.
    • You, please, sing the praises of my God, the Fearless.
    • On the spiritual plane we are to honour Almighty God with praise for His greatness and glory.
    • As the stars and heavens learn the song of praise and worship, so do the inhabitants of the earth.
    • Media content often reminds one of the praise songs typical of many African cultures.
    • Together with you and me, and all the ransomed church, they will ascribe constant praise, worship and glory to the King of Kings.
    • The magi balance the equation of the entire cosmos singing praise to God's Word Incarnate.
    • Prayer, preaching and praise were the only church activities.
    • Sotho literature is dominated by folktales and praise poems.
    • As you think about Jesus' goodness to you in prayer today, try writing your own hymn or prayer of praise.
    • Music is not necessary to win the lost but it is a form of worship and praise to God.
    • There are two main categories of music: church music and praise songs.
    • These are prayers of thanksgiving, prayers of praise, and prayers that ask for things.
    • What worship is and is for may be at stake in the argument between liturgical and praise worship.
    • The psalmist had adapted this picture to refer to the spiritual offerings of prayer, praise and proclamation.
    • Though our worship and praise add nothing to God's glory, we know that he takes great delight in it.
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    alabanza feminine
    songs of praise (masculine plural) cánticos de alabanza
    • let us give praise unto the Lord alabemos al Señor
    • praise be to God alabado sea Dios
    • as interjection praise be! ¡alabado sea Dios!

transitive verb

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    hacer elogio de
    we praised them for their efforts los elogiamos por sus esfuerzos
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    as interjection praise the Lord! ¡alabado sea Dios!