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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtributetrib‧ute /ˈtrɪbjuːt/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  1 PRAISEsomething that you say, do, or give in order to express your respect or admiration for someone The players wore black armbands as a tribute to their late teammate. I’d like to pay tribute to (=praise and admire publicly) the party workers for all their hard work.2 be a tribute to somebody/something3 PETa payment of goods or money by one ruler or country to another more powerful one, especially in order to be protected4 floral tribute
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tributeThat spool has a limited but steady sale to academics - a tribute to all the knowledge you had packed away.In tribute, Clinton Thursday ordered all Arleigh Burke class destroyers to steam at noon for five minutes at 31 knots.I pay tribute to him for his support for the Peace Train.I pay tribute to the work of the churches in my borough and other inner-London boroughs on this issue.Oag pays tribute to Yoyo Nakajima, senior trade advisor in Glasgow.pay tribute toFriends of the actor paid tribute to his talent and expressed shock as news of his death became public.It is the day when everyone should be paying tribute to those who fought and died for their country.Dianne Feinstein of California, paying tribute to her husband when he retired from the Senate earlier this year.Let me here pay tribute to the millions who are champions of democracy.I pay tribute to the work of the churches in my borough and other inner-London boroughs on this issue.Mr Benn is a thoroughly charming man, and I was pleased to pay tribute to him when I got up to speak.John Motum, presenting the trophy, paid tribute to the players and coaches.As well as his family, dozens of students were there to hear the college's vicar pay tribute to their friend.The event will pay tribute to the late trumpeter Louis Armstrong.
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