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Definition of Applaud

Applaud

  1. To show approval of by clapping the hands, acclamation, or other significant sign.
  2. To praise by words; to express approbation of; to commend; to approve.
  3. To express approbation loudly or significantly.

Applaud Quotations

Friends applaud, the comedy is over.
Ludwig van Beethoven

There are a lot of people in the animal rights movement who can be very passionate and aggressive, and I applaud people's passion, but when people are judgmental and aggressive, all you end up doing is getting other people to turn away in irritation. To change people's minds, you have to respect the people you're talking to.
Moby

You are damned and praised, or encouraged or discouraged by those who listen to you, and those who come to applaud you. And to me, those people are very important.
Miriam Makeba

Free speech is not to be regulated like diseased cattle and impure butter. The audience that hissed yesterday may applaud today, even for the same performance.
William O. Douglas

Didn't Lionel Richie just make a country album? No one is giving him a hard time... and God bless him - I love Lionel and should be able to do what he wants to do, like Madonna should, too. Both are having success and I applaud them. If you don't like it, don't buy it. The ageism criticism is getting old.
Guy Oseary
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Applaud Translations

applaud in Dutch is toejuichen, bij acclamatie benoemen
applaud in French is applaudissent, applaudis, applaudissez, applaudir
applaud in German is Beifall spenden, klatschen, applaudieren
applaud in Italian is applaudire, acclamare, pettegolare
applaud in Portuguese is aplauda
applaud in Spanish is aplaudir