applause的的用法,applause怎么读美 [ə'plɔz] 英 [ə'plɔːz]
the noise made by a group of people clapping their hands and sometimes shouting to show their approval or enjoyment
Give her a big round of applause !
The audience broke into rapturous applause.
the clapping of hands as a sign of welcome, enjoyment, appreciation, or approval
the sound made by people applauding a performance, speech etc
If you've been through a few of these well-rehearsed applause nests, you'd probably feel it's a mechanical thing one does only when coerced.
(Laughter and applause. ) The Soviet Premier, Khrushchev, had threatened to "bury" America just a few years before.
(Applause) It'll also help us a lot if we meet an advanced civilization along the way, if we're trying to be an advanced civilization.
It was so red and yet so tender that we could gaze at it with naked eyes. and a slight applause from us.
Once off the stage and with tumultuous applause behind them, these students will embark upon the next chapter in their lives.
(Applause) And I ask all of you to join me in working as hard for Barack Obama as you have for me.
The applause that has given me a second life, it urged me to stand bravely for their own ----- do not give up the dream of standing.
You do not believe, if I turn the buttocks to sing the yellow song, obtains the applause her to be also more than!
At the end of his briefing, even the reporters seemed to have been pulled in by Apple's aura, breaking into loud applause.
Who knows how much applause he got, nobody does.