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  1. salute

    • IPA[səˈlo͞ot]

    美式

    • n.
      a gesture of respect, homage, or polite recognition or acknowledgment, especially one made to or by a person when arriving or departing;a prescribed or specified movement, typically a raising of a hand to the head, made by a member of a military or similar force as a formal sign of respect or recognition.
    • v.
      make a formal salute to;greet
    • noun: salute, plural noun: salutes

    • verb: salute, 3rd person present: salutes, gerund or present participle: saluting, past tense: saluted, past participle: saluted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a gesture of respect, homage, or polite recognition or acknowledgment, especially one made to or by a person when arriving or departing:

      he raises his arms in a triumphant salute

    • 2. a prescribed or specified movement, typically a raising of a hand to the head, made by a member of a military or similar force as a formal sign of respect or recognition.
    • 3. the discharge of a gun or guns as a formal or ceremonial sign of respect or celebration:

      a twenty-one-gun salute

    • 4. the formal performance of certain guards or other movements by fencers before engaging.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a formal salute to:

      don't you usually salute a superior officer?

      he clicked his heels and saluted

    • 2. greet:

      he saluted her with a smile

    • 3. show or express admiration and respect for:

      we salute a truly great photographer

    • 4. hail (someone) as having a particular high office:

      they saluted him king when he entered into Jerusalem

    • n. a wave of the hand to brush flies off the face.

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    • n. another term for Nazi salute

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    • n. another term for Nazi salute

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    • n. a gesture or salute in which the right arm is straightened and inclined upward, with the hand open and palm down.

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    • n. a gesture or salute in which the right arm is inclined upwards, with the hand open and palm down.

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    • ph. (of a senior officer in the armed forces or other person of importance) acknowledge formally a salute given by a body of troops marching past

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    • ph. (of a senior officer in the armed forces or other person of importance) acknowledge formally a salute given by a body of troops marching past

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    • ph. (of a horse) win a race

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    • IPA[səˈl(j)uːt]

    英式

    • n.
      a gesture of respect or polite recognition, especially one made to or by a person when arriving or departing:
    • he raises his arms in a triumphant salute
    • v.
      make a formal salute to:
    • don't you usually salute a superior officer?

      he clicked his heels and saluted

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  2. 知識+

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    • 致敬 的英文

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    • 關於英文的小問題(這句話的意思....???)

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