Translation of exalt in Spanish:

exalt

exaltar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzɔlt/ /ɪɡˈzɔːlt/ /ɛɡˈzɔːlt/

transitive verb

formal
  • 1

    (elevate)
    exaltar formal
    elevar
    • The point here is not to exalt Elisabeth to a position of equal stature.
    • Those who allow Satan in their temple, declaring humanistic wisdom, are exalting themselves above God and opposing God.
    • He recently talked with writer Constance C. R. White about the book and about being a Black man in a business that exalts White beauty and talent above all others.
    • Moreover, the duty of free respect to others is really only a negative one (of not exalting oneself above others) and is thus analogous to the juridical duty of not encroaching on another's possessions.
    • And it is also imperative to distinguish between patriotism, love of one's country, and nationalism - the exalting of one's nation and its culture and interests above all others.
    • It is a very disturbing thing, but, in some countries, going to war exalts the status and political popularity of the incumbent leader.
    • Whether exalting technology over people, or people over technology, we are not moving beyond the binaries that are currently limiting us.
    • The Bible says in Proverbs 14: 34: ‘Righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a reproach to any people.’
    • Behaviorism has long justified itself by a philosophy that exalts prediction and control over theoretical explanation.
    • Often this is a love devoid of content, that exalts unity over truth to avoid confrontation.
    • Truly God exalts the humble and cast down the proud.
    • He has pulled the princes from their thrones and exalted the humble.
    • Your highness, even with our humble spread, we cannot think to exalt ourselves and sit by your majesty.
    • Sin always magnifies the wrong thing and tries to exalt what is insignificant.
    • Isaiah 14 talks about Lucifer wanting to exalt his throne above the throne of God.
    • God highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name, that is, Lord.
  • 2

    (praise)
    ensalzar
    exaltar formal
    • They always exalt Christ and clearly speak of the preacher's deep spiritual knowledge of his Saviour.
    • The honeymoon is still in full swing, and the media will continue to exalt him until the first signs that his spree is producing results.
    • We economists emphasize efficiency over equity, glorify greed, and exalt the achievements of free markets, to name just a few.
    • The poets exalt you with their hymns - you whose undertakings are ever successful.
    • We exalt effortless brilliance, we celebrate talent and the achievement that comes easily, naturally.
    • In both the ruling and opposition camps, there are people who tirelessly exalt political unification and economic integration.
    • We are talking about people who exalt the effort to preserve slavery.
    • We dethrone the heroes of the day and exalt new ones in the journals and popular media.
    • And one should never mention nor hear the mention of the name without adding praise or responding amen to one who exalts God.
    • Paul's great ‘hymn to love’ in 1 Corinthians exalts love as ‘a still more excellent way.’
    • It will be worth it in the end - to see God truly glorified, as the gospel, which exalts his Son, is preached and believed.
    • In several passages, he exalts the American weaponry used in the Balkans, particularly the latest Air Force technology.
    • In a nutshell, the book exalts the West, capitalism, Christianity, and the creative human spirit.
    • Mike disses the Latin conception of law and exalts the Anglo-Saxon conception.
    • Malick exalts the beauty of the land in this exquisitely shot picture, creating a form of visual poetry which is quite simply mesmeric.
    • Are we to believe that in the rational future, these works will be surpassed by works exalting happiness and denigrating self-sacrifice?
    • How did the Los Angeles Times, through images, walk a fine line between exalting the order of law and fanning the flames of white hysteria?
    • This sentimental literature exalted spontaneous and expressive emotion springing directly from the heart.
    • I walked around listening to whispered words exalting Grandma Edith's prize winning chrysanthemums, how proud she was of her grandkids, especially Rose, for being selected to go to Girl's State when she was a junior in high school.
    • They always exalt Christ and clearly speak of the preacher's deep spiritual knowledge of his Saviour.