Found 3 items, similar to salute.
English → Indonesian
pemberian hormat, salut
English → English
v 1: propose a toast to; “Let us toast the birthday girl!”
“Let's drink to the New Year”
2: greet in a friendly way; “I meet this men every day on my
way to work and he salutes me”
3: express commendation of; “I salute your courage!”
4: become noticeable; “a terrible stench saluted our nostrils”
5: honor with a military ceremony, as when honoring dead
6: recognize with a gesture prescribed by a miltary regulation;
assume a prescribed position; “When the officers show up,
the soldiers have to salute”
n 1: an act of honor or courteous recognition; “a musical salute
to the composer on his birthday”
2: a formal military gesture of respect [syn: military greeting
3: an act of greeting with friendly words and gestures like
bowing or lifting the hat
English → English
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Saluted
; p. pr. & vb.
.] [L. salutare, salutatum, from salus, -utis,
health, safety. See Salubrious
1. To address, as with expressions of kind wishes and
courtesy; to greet; to hail.
I salute you with this kingly title. --Shak.
2. Hence, to give a sign of good will; to compliment by an
act or ceremony, as a kiss, a bow, etc.
You have the prettiest tip of a finger . . . I must
take the freedom to salute it. --Addison.
3. (Mil. & Naval) To honor, as some day, person, or nation,
by a discharge of cannon or small arms, by dipping colors,
by cheers, etc.
4. To promote the welfare and safety of; to benefit; to
gratify. [Obs.] “If this salute my blood a jot.”
, n. [Cf. F. salut. See Salute
1. The act of saluting, or expressing kind wishes or respect;
2. A sign, token, or ceremony, expressing good will,
compliment, or respect, as a kiss, a bow, etc. --Tennyson.
3. (Mil. & Naval) A token of respect or honor for some
distinguished or official personage, for a foreign vessel
or flag, or for some festival or event, as by presenting
arms, by a discharge of cannon, volleys of small arms,
dipping the colors or the topsails, etc.