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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapprobationap‧pro‧ba‧tion /ˌæprəˈbeɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  formalPRAISE official praise or approval
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approbationHis words came out in a seemingly endless flow of support and approbation.The words sounded convincing, the judge leaned forward in approbation.For some time, however, teaching was supplemented, with the College's approbation, in three main fields.He's not in the back room somewhere, is he, feeding funds and silent approbation to the gunmen?Her talk wasn't vague approbation or disapproval, some big show of emotion.Your child really wants your approbation.I will vow to you that I will never suffer myself to be engaged without your approbation.
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