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be a tribute to somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a tribute to somebody/somethingbe a tribute to somebody/somethingSHOW/BE A SIGN OFto be a clear sign of the good qualities that someone or something has It was a tribute to her teaching methods that so many children passed the test. tribute
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be a tribute to somebody/somethingHer home is a tribute to Rococo-era decor.Her 1,400-room home is a tribute to Rococo-era decor.It is a tribute to the hard work of soft ware professionals that large-scale disruption was avoided.The movie is a tribute to how consistently funny the Muppets have remained over the past 27 years.The whole series is a tribute to Shakespeare's dramatic imagination, but it does not inspire affection.That both can find space at Sitges is tribute to this perversely funky festival.Their teamwork is a tribute to them both.All day Monday there were tributes to her on radio and television.
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