Translation of slow handclap in Spanish:

slow handclap

aplausos de desaprobación, n.


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    aplausos de desaprobación masculine
    • A widely expected walkout by activists wearing anti-war T-shirts did not materialise, the devastating slow handclap failed to start.
    • There were jeers, heckles, slow handclaps and delegates held up giant letters that spelt out the word ‘Strike‘.
    • Restiveness begins to happen, including something I never saw before at a gig: a slow handclap.
    • Leaping on to his chair and launching a torrential tirade, the heckler seemed unstoppable, until a staunch staff member of the party newspaper Labour Weekly set off a slow handclap which drowned him out.
    • A small far right group attempted a counter - demonstration, but slunk away to jeers and slow handclaps from the crowd.
    • Their reporting of the Women's Institute debacle, in which Blair was heckled and given a slow handclap reception, did not disappoint him, he says.
    • The prime minister famously received a slow handclap during an ill-judged talk to the WI in June 2000.
    • There are physical assaults and verbal abuse, they are called ‘lazy sluts’ and get slow handclaps from people in queues.
    • Currie had been welcomed back to a slow handclap having chosen to return to the dressing room at half time.
    • The very best Mr Blunkett could hope for, it seemed, was a repeat of the slow handclap that greeted the politician at last year's conference.
    • ‘They're litigious and they slow handclap,’ he says mischievously.
    • He was handed a microphone and started chanting to the ancestors, with the assembled healers kneeling around him, providing first a slow handclap, then a chorus line at intervals.
    • Dickon Jones paused long enough to give her a slow handclap.
    • Boos, jeers, cheers and slow handclaps greet the candidates as they each deliver their parting shots.
    • At one point the crowd even broke into a slow handclap, to which Lawrence responded by urging the faithful for greater support.
    • Ever the showman, Warne responded to a slow handclap from the crowd - unhappy at the time he was taking to bowl his overs - by cupping his hand to his ear.
    • One of the women on the flight got on the stairs and led us all in the slow handclap.
    • A slow handclap greeted his claims that police training colleges had accepted more recruits and standards had been maintained.
    • Regent is receiving the equivalent of a slow handclap in the City.
    • There have been wobbles before: the slow handclap from the Women's Institute, the fuel protesters and sundry ambushes in hospital foyers.