In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) digno de elogio(person) meritorio(deed/performance) digno de elogio(deed/performance) loable(performance/deed) encomiable
- The fact that the final report failed to offer an explanation is one of the infuriating holes in an otherwise praiseworthy accounting.
- Would it seem conceited to accept a compliment graciously, to acknowledge that there may actually be something praiseworthy about me?
- However that may be, his book embodies an energetic, sustained, and praiseworthy effort to tell a story that has not previously been told in the same detail.
- In that case, their achievement has been praiseworthy.
- Being ‘green’ while being profitable is praiseworthy but not always achievable.
- The good doctor did manage to find some praiseworthy elements.
- The best thing about her is that the fact that she is beautiful isn't even in the top 10 of her most praiseworthy traits.
- All these initiatives are praiseworthy and creditable to the new and youthful management team.
- Therefore, on the face of it, the recent directive is a praiseworthy effort to control the costs of healthcare that ordinary people have to bear.
- And that level of literacy in music, even if it is a variation of the same, is still praiseworthy and perhaps without any parallel.
- Was it an admission of error, a miscalculation, or a praiseworthy acceptance of the people's demands for a say on the new constitution, to which he simply had to bow?
- He is concerned that young people are picking up on a lot of adult behaviour which is neither praiseworthy nor consistent.
- Sometimes I neglect my duty to give thanks and to praise what is praiseworthy, for which I apologize.
- Yet the movie has him give his best which is praiseworthy for the effort and highly questionable in effect.
- Compliments derive from taking notice of praiseworthy situations and efforts.
- The apostle Paul implores us to be a thinking people - a people who press toward excellence and praiseworthy things.
- It is indeed rational, and praiseworthy, for one to wish to preserve one's way of life against real, as well as perceived, threats to destroy it.
- As undeniably praiseworthy as the performances were, detractors argued the film seemed contrived for shock value.
- Of all things praiseworthy in his essay, the tone needs mention.
- Your efforts are especially praiseworthy because very few media outlets are examining it properly, or at all.
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