Noun(1) enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause
(1) York-based steel band Steel Expression added a modern twist to some festive classics and their version of Sleigh Ride received a long ovation from the audience.(2) The success of the evening was reflected in the sustained ovation accorded to the supremely talented duo, both of whom enjoy a wide international profile.(3) More than once the crowd stops the show with a sustained ovation .(4) And all associated with the liturgy and celebration were warmly applauded and accorded an ovation at the end of the Mass.(5) Needless to say, Mr Hoebig was accorded a huge ovation by the large audience, as well as his fellow musicians.(6) The young PAW team received a rousing ovation for giving the audience a demonstration of how they perform for the children.(7) the performance received a thundering ovation(8) She arrived to an enthusiastic ovation and spoke, as she almost always does, quite extemporaneously.(9) The camaraderie among the students was such that there was thunderous applause and ovation for excellence, irrespective of the institution to which the performers belonged.(10) Whatever the shortcomings of the staging, this was an enthralling occasion, received with a thunderous ovation .(11) And that's hardly surprising given the splendid performance he produced and the wonderful ovation he received from a Killarney audience that appreciated quality.(12) In response to the audience's enthusiastic ovation Fleischman repeated the final Magyar dance movement.(13) The tension that normally accompanies such crucial and deciding matches was never evident and when the final whistle sounded, they stood their ground, giving their players an enthusiastic ovation .(14) It also boasts the kind of ending that encourages an ovation from an enthusiastic audience.(15) Dozens walked out, banging doors behind them, but the great majority stayed, and gave the performance an enthusiastic ovation .(16) Their singing was beautiful and they received a rapturous ovation from the audience.
(1) standing ovation :: stående bifald
1. round of applause ::
runde af bifald
2. applause ::
3. hand-clapping ::
6. cheers ::
8. acclaim ::
9. acclamation ::
10. tribute ::
11. standing ovation ::
Different Formsovation, ovations
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