salute


salute
01. The soldiers all [saluted] when the general entered the room.
02. Someone told me that soldiers in the Dutch army are not required to [salute] their officers.
03. In Great Britain, it is traditional to give a 41-gun [salute] to announce a royal birth.
04. The runner raised a clenched fist in [salute] to the other black athletes in the competition.
05. The President [salutes] the tremendous efforts of this year's Olympic squad.
06. I'd like to offer a special [salute] to Janessa Abercrombie for her excellent work on the project.
07. The President [saluted] the troops as they marched past.
08. The cub scouts all [saluted] as their leader came in.
09. He gave a smart [salute] and then stood still at attention.
10. We [salute] American industry for all their efforts in supporting the war overseas.
11. The soldiers stood to attention, and [saluted] as the President did his inspection of the troops.
12. In 1943, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that schoolchildren could not be made to [salute] the American flag if doing so was against their religious beliefs.
13. Someone once suggested that the official rules of the military say, "If it moves, [salute] it; if it doesn't move, pick it up; and if you can't pick it up, paint it."
14. Gladiators in Rome greeted the Roman Emperor by saying, "Hail Caesar; those who are about to die [salute] you!"

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  • salute — [lat. salus ūtis salvezza, incolumità, integrità, salute , affine a salvus salvo ]. ■ s.f. 1. (lett.) [l essere salvo, inteso per lo più come stato di benessere individuale o collettivo: s. pubblica, patria ; la s. dell anima ; la s. eterna ]… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • Salute — Données clés Titre original Salute Réalisation David Butler John Ford Scénario James Kevin McGuinness d après une histoire de Tristram Tupper Acteurs principaux George O Brien Helen Chandler …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Salute — Sa*lute , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Saluted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Saluting}.] [L. salutare, salutatum, from salus, utis, health, safety. See {Salubrious}.] 1. To address, as with expressions of kind wishes and courtesy; to greet; to hail. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • salute — [sə lo͞ot′] vt. saluted, saluting [ME saluten < L salutare, to salute, wish health to < salus (gen. salutis), health, greeting < salvus, SAFE] 1. to greet or welcome with friendly words or ceremonial gesture, such as bowing, tipping the… …   English World dictionary

  • Salute — Sa*lute , n. [Cf. F. salut. See {Salute}, v.] 1. The act of saluting, or expressing kind wishes or respect; salutation; greeting. [1913 Webster] 2. A sign, token, or ceremony, expressing good will, compliment, or respect, as a kiss, a bow, etc.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • salute — (del lat. «salus, ūtis», salutación) m. *Moneda de oro que se acuñó en Francia en tiempo de Carlos VI, con la salutación angélica en la leyenda. * * * salute. (Del lat. salus, ūtis, salutación). m. Moneda de oro que se acuñó en Francia en tiempo… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • salute — vb *address, greet, hail, accost salute n *greeting, salutation …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • salute — [v] greet; honor accost, acknowledge, address, bow, call to, congratulate, hail, pay homage, pay respects, pay tribute, present arms, receive, recognize, snap to attention*, speak, take hat off to*, welcome; concepts 38,69,320 salute / salutation …   New thesaurus

  • salute — ► NOUN 1) a gesture of respect and recognition. 2) a raising of a hand to the head, made as a formal gesture of respect by a member of a military or similar force. 3) the discharge of a gun or guns as a formal or ceremonial sign of respect or… …   English terms dictionary

  • salute — index honor, recognize (acknowledge), salvo Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • salute — (v.) late 14c., earlier salue (c.1300), from L. salutare to greet, lit. wish health to, from salus (gen. salutis) greeting, good health, related to salvus safe (see SAFE (Cf. safe)). The noun is attested from c.1400 as an utterance, gesture, or… …   Etymology dictionary