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  1. compliment

    • n.
      a polite expression of praise or admiration;an act or circumstance that implies praise or respect
    • v.
      politely congratulate or praise (someone) for something;praise (something) politely
    • verb: compliment, 3rd person present: compliments, gerund or present participle: complimenting, past tense: complimented, past participle: complimented

    • noun: compliment, plural noun: compliments

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    • 1. politely congratulate or praise (someone) for something he complimented Erika on her appearance
    • praise (something) politely the manager was heard to compliment the other team's good play
    • present someone with (something) as a mark of courtesy Prince George expected to be complimented with a seat in the royal coach
    • n.
      a small piece of paper on which a company's name, address, and logo are printed and which ...

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    • ph.
      used to express the fact that what one is giving is free

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    • ph.
      used as a seasonal greeting at Christmas or the New Year

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    • ph.
      used to express the fact that what one is giving is free

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    • ph.
      send or express formal greetings

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    • ph.
      used as a seasonal greeting at Christmas or the New Year

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    • ph.
      send or express formal greetings

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    • ph.
      used to express the fact that what one is giving is free

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    • n.
      a polite expression of praise or admiration: she paid me an enormous compliment
    • v.
      politely congratulate or praise (someone) for something: he complimented Erica on her appearance

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