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o·va·tion

 (ō-vā′shən)
n.
1. Enthusiastic, prolonged applause.
2. A show of public homage or welcome.
3. An ancient Roman victory ceremony of somewhat less importance than a triumph.

[Latin ovātiō, ovātiōn-, a Roman victory ceremony, from ovātus, past participle of ovāre, to rejoice.]

o·va′tion·al adj.

ovation

(əʊˈveɪʃən)
n
1. an enthusiastic reception, esp one of prolonged applause: a standing ovation.
2. (Historical Terms) a victory procession less glorious than a triumph awarded to a Roman general
[C16: from Latin ovātiō rejoicing, from ovāre to exult]
oˈvational adj

o•va•tion

(oʊˈveɪ ʃən)

n.
1. an enthusiastic public acclamation, marked esp. by loud, prolonged applause.
2. (in ancient Rome) the ceremonial entrance of a commander whose victories did not warrant a triumph.
[1525–35; < Latin ovātiō, derivative of ovāre to celebrate an ovation]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ovation - enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)ovation - enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)
credit, recognition - approval; "give her recognition for trying"; "he was given credit for his work"; "give her credit for trying"
applause, clapping, hand clapping - a demonstration of approval by clapping the hands together

ovation

noun applause, hand, cheering, cheers, praise, tribute, acclaim, clapping, accolade, plaudits, big hand, commendation, hand-clapping, acclamation, laudation He was pleasantly surprised by the ovation he received.
abuse, booing, ridicule, jeers, mockery, jibes, derision, heckling, catcalls

ovation

noun
Approval expressed by clapping:
Translations
تَصْفيق حاد
bifaldhyldestovation
ováció
hylling; lófaklapp
ovacija
ovācijas
çılgınca alkış

ovation

ʊˈveɪʃən] Novación f
to give sb an ovationovacionar a algn
to receive an ovationser ovacionado
to give sb a standing ovationponerse en pie or levantarse para ovacionar a algn
she got a standing ovation from the audienceel público se puso en pie or se levantó para ovacionarla, el público puesto en pie la ovacionó

ovation

ʊˈveɪʃən] novation f
to receive an ovation → recevoir une ovation

ovation

nOvation f, → stürmischer Beifall; to give somebody an ovationjdm eine Ovation darbringen, jdm stürmischen Beifall zollen; to get an ovationstürmischen Beifall ernten ? standing

ovation

[əʊˈveɪʃn] novazione f

ovation

(əˈveiʃən) , ((American) ou-) noun
cheering or applause etc to express approval, welcome etc. They gave the president a standing ovation
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And then on the morrow the newspapers would have a chance to report the tremendous ovation, and to add that it had been no "silk-stocking" audience, either, proving clearly that the high tariff sentiments of the distinguished candidate were pleasing to the wage-earners of the nation.
Christine Daae looked charming in her boy's clothes; and Carlotta's partisans expected to hear her greeted with an ovation which would have enlightened them as to the intentions of her friends.
When quiet had been restored and the audience resumed their seats after the ovation which they had given to the travelers, the chairman, the Duke of Durham, addressed the meeting.
The torches we have just referred to, the eager attention every one displayed, and the new ovation paid to the king by Fouquet, arrived in time to suspend the effect of a resolution which La Valliere had already considerably shaken in Louis XIV.
Ovation after ovation, applause warm and prolonged, had greeted the officers and friends of Colonel Shaw, the sculptor, St.
Julius, on being stopped at the door, mentioned his name--and received an ovation.
It was a joyous ovation of affection that lasted a full five minutes.
Declining, however, every kind of ovation, Barbicane ensconced himself in a room of the Franklin Hotel.
With the same complacent smile he told her of the ovations he had received in consequence of the act the had passed.
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