Traducción de laudatory en español:


laudatorio, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈlɔdəˌtɔri/ /ˈlɔːdət(ə)ri/

Ver definición en español de laudatorio


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    laudatorio formal
    • He didn't want his 50th jubilee to be celebrated at all, let alone celebrated with the customary pompous laudatory speeches.
    • Many laudatory speeches during birthday parties and eulogies during funerals simply skip over this time and construct biographical outlines without these years.
    • Here's a sampling of laudatory comments culled from the archives.
    • If I were to read all of the laudatory comments that arrived both on the evaluation sheets and via e-mail, my hat size would go up by several points; I'll try to resist that.
    • With one qualified exception they have been laudatory, have commended his integrity, his reliance upon his God, his brilliance as a soldier, his restless energy as head of state.
    • Yet if the laudatory comments of his students are true, they suggest a fairness in his classroom manner often absent in his writing.
    • On War, which had first been translated in 1873, was republished in 1908 to the accompaniment of many laudatory commentaries.
    • General Andrew Jackson himself made laudatory comments regarding black fighting men in the War of 1812.
    • It got very laudatory comments from the commander of the Battalion.
    • I can remember taking particular note of the laudatory comments about him in these publications.
    • Nothing suits her better than bucking her party and getting all those nice laudatory articles about what a maverick she is.
    • The laudatory nature of this article was treated with some scepticism by many of the residents.
    • The house itself is not in the best of repair, of course, and that may be the main problem with laudatory celebrations this summer.
    • During the union election, all the New York dailies ran highly laudatory articles about him.
    • The inscriptions are replete with complimentary titles and laudatory sentiments and are finely enameled in the purplish gray background characteristic of wares made for him.
    • Peter the Great at once commissioned it from Danzig masters and presented it to her with a laudatory poem that glorified her military exploits.
    • The obituary is highly laudatory, a testimony of praise for a creative artist.
    • As usual, the media wrote laudatory profiles about the 30-year-old, black, Southern New Democrat who represented the future of the party.
    • I have even received three laudatory letters from black prisoners, all recounting how they subscribed to the party-faithful line in their youth but have rejected it since.
    • In spite of my laudatory remarks for the governor of the Central Bank, the whole system has to change.