salute

[sə'lu:t] 1. verb
1) ((especially in the forces) to raise the (usually right) hand to the forehead to show respect: They saluted their commanding officer.) salutirati
2) (to honour by firing eg large guns: They saluted the Queen by firing one hundred guns.) izkazati čast
2. noun
(an act of saluting: The officer gave a salute; a 21-gun salute.) pozdrav
* * *
I [səlú:t]
noun
pozdrav, pozdravljanje; military salutiranje, vojaški pozdrav, izkazanje časti; military pozdravni streli, salva; archaic objem, poljub (ob srečanju, slovesu)
to fire a salute of 11 guns — izstreliti salvo iz 11 topov
to stand at the salute — salutirati
to take the salute — sprejeti, prevzeti pozdrav (o častniku); izvesti pregled (čet itd.)
II [səlú:t]
transitive verb
pozdraviti, pozdravljati, izkazati (komu) čast; military salutirati; archaic poljubiti (koga) ob sestanku, slovesu
to salute s.o. king — pozdraviti koga kot kralja
a strange sight saluted the eye — nenavaden pogled se je nudil očesu; intransitive verb pozdraviti, military salutirati, izstreliti pozdravno salvo, izkazati čast

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