In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(acknowledgment)homenaje masculinetributo masculine Latin Americaas a tribute to … — como homenaje a …
- a moving tribute — un emotivo homenaje
- tribute to sb/sth — homenaje a algn/algo
- the movie is a tribute to the courage of these men — la película rinde homenaje a la valentía de estos hombres
- to pay tribute to sb/sth — rendir homenaje a algn/algo
- Many people made the long journey from Donegal to pay their respects and tributes.
- Large crowds were present both days to pay their final tributes and respects to Mick O'Brien.
- He invited those present to examine themselves as the best way to pay tribute to McBurnie.
- Many travelled long distances to join in the tributes and pay their respects.
- Outside on the verge bordering The Mall bouquets and tributes from the public were laid out - many from children.
- The visits are not intended to pay tribute to the war criminals, he said.
- A guard of honour was formed by friends and neighbours as a special tribute and mark of respect.
- She said she was genuinely surprised by the size of the turnout, the presentation and the tributes to her.
- All the plaudits, all the tributes, will be thoroughly deserved and she will be an extremely hard act to follow.
- Replying, John thanked all for the good wishes, the tributes and the gifts.
- Mr Noone said he was delighted to be present to pay tribute to an outstanding teacher and principal.
- The death of Robin Cook occurred too late last Saturday for me to pay tribute to him, a situation I intend to rectify just now.
- Chicago's most important people were present to pay tribute to Maureen and wish her well on her birthday.
- The conference will pay tribute to Wallenberg and present the latest findings in the ongoing search for the truth.
- Manager Eddie Gray will pay tribute to Charles while a video screen will show footage of the man in action.
- United fans have paid their respects to Davis with tributes outside the ground.
- It also helps them pay tribute to the deceased with musical, video, and multimedia presentations.
- The celebration concluded with musical tributes by Frances McAndrew and Frank Doyle.
- He went on to pay tribute to his uncle, Joe Dunne, who was present at the gathering.
- Senator Lott's remarks were intended to pay tribute to a remarkable man who led a remarkable life.
- Aztec musicians enjoyed high social prestige and exemption from tribute payments.
- Provinces won in war could later be milked of tribute to enrich the Roman state and its rulers and to buy off any risk of discontent at home.
- In the north and west where towns and markets were few, plunder and tribute remained central to the circulation of wealth.
- It was a hallmark of free populations not to pay tribute, fees or taxes of this sort.
- The rulers of Champassak and Luang Prabang remained in control but had to pay periodical tribute to Bangkok.
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