- adj.aclamado, encomiado.pp.participio pasado del verbo ACCLAIM.pt.pretérito del verbo ACCLAIM.
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acclaimed — index famous, illustrious, notable, renowned, reputable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
acclaimed — [adj] praised cheered, extolled, hailed, lauded, renowned; concepts 568,574 … New thesaurus
acclaimed — adj famous, famed, renowned, illustrious, celebrated, eminent, distinguished, admired, honoured, exalted, revered, great, noted, notable, prominent, outstanding, legendary ≠ unknown, unsung, forgotten, obscure * * * ▶ adjective CELEBRATED,… … Useful english dictionary
acclaimed — adjective publicly praised by a lot of people: highly/widely/universally acclaimed: Spielberg s highly acclaimed movie, Schindler s List | critically acclaimed (=praised by people who are paid to give their opinion on art, music etc): a… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
acclaimed — ac|claimed [əˈkleımd] adj publicly praised by a lot of people highly/widely/universally acclaimed ▪ The book has been widely acclaimed by teachers and pupils. ▪ His work was critically acclaimed (=praised by people who are paid to give their… … Dictionary of contemporary English
acclaimed — ac|claimed [ ə kleımd ] adjective publicly written and talked about in an admiring way: her internationally acclaimed production of West Side Story an acclaimed book/movie/pianist … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
acclaimed — UK [əˈkleɪmd] / US adjective publicly written and talked about in an admiring way her internationally acclaimed production of West Side Story an acclaimed book/film/pianist … English dictionary
acclaimed — adjective Greatly praised or lauded, revered, highly respected. Shes an acclaimed writer, her books are bestsellers before they are published … Wiktionary
acclaimed — adj. Acclaimed is used with these nouns: ↑novel, ↑novelist … Collocations dictionary
acclaimed — Synonyms and related words: accepted, admired, admitted, advocated, applauded, approved, backed, celebrated, cried up, distinguished, fabled, famed, famous, far famed, far heard, favored, favorite, highly touted, honored, in good odor, legendary … Moby Thesaurus
acclaimed — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. applauded, cheered, praised, approved, extolled, hailed, lauded. ANT.: rejected, jeered, booed, *razzed … English dictionary for students