"acclamation" translation into Spanish

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"acclamation" in Spanish

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acclamation (also: acclaim, cheer)
Adoption of the document by acclamation has a special implication.
La adopción del documento por aclamación tiene una implicación especial.
(Parliament elected Mr Cot by acclamation) I congratulate you, Mr Cot.
Cot por aclamación) Enhorabuena, señor Cot.
The applause is the acclamation that confirms that the 14 are now elected as Vice-Presidents.
El aplauso es la aclamación que confirma que los 14 han sido elegidos Vicepresidentes.
acclamation (also: applause, approval, ovation, clap)
The applause is the acclamation that confirms that the 14 are now elected as Vice-Presidents.
El aplauso es la aclamación que confirma que los 14 han sido elegidos Vicepresidentes.

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Context sentences for "acclamation" in Spanish

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EnglishI hope that that message will be received with generous acclamation by Parliament.
Espero que el mensaje sea recibido con generosas aclamaciones por parte del Parlamento.
Englishmysteries of the kingdom of heaven (Gospel Acclamation).
Reino a la gente sencilla» (Aleluya).
EnglishSo we go back to what we said earlier, “Repent, that is, believe in the Gospel as the Gospel acclamation reminds us.
Y entonces volvemos al inicio de todo: “Convertíos, es decir: creed en el Evangelio”, como se nos recordaba en la antífona al Evangelio.
EnglishIn my view it will meet with widespread acclamation tomorrow, including my own support, and, I am very happy to say, that of my British colleagues.
En mi opinión, mañana recibirá el apoyo de una amplia mayoría, incluido el mío propio y, me complace anunciar, el de mis colegas británicos.
EnglishIn the Gospel acclamation, the Church invites us with the words of the Apostle James, “Receive with docility the words that has been sown in you” (Js 1:21).
En la antífona al Evangelio, la Iglesia nos invitaba con las palabras del Apóstol Santiago: “Acoged dócilmente la palabra que ha sido sembrada en vosotros” (Sant 1, 21).