tribute


tribute
noun
1 sth you say/do to show you respect/admire sb/sth
ADJECTIVE
anniversary, birthday, memorial
final
fine, fitting
lasting
affectionate, emotional, heartfelt, moving, touching, warm
generous (esp. BrE), glowing (esp. BrE), loving (esp. AmE), special
silent (esp. BrE)

Thousands of people stood in silent tribute to the dead.

musical
floral (BrE)

Floral tributes were piled up outside the church.

VERB + TRIBUTE
pay

The couple paid tribute to the helicopter crew who rescued them.

give, write
lead (esp. BrE)

The President led the tributes to ‘a great statesman and a decent man’.

TRIBUTE + VERB
flood in, pour in (both esp. BrE)

Tributes flooded in when her death was announced.

TRIBUTE + NOUN
album, concert, show
act (esp. BrE), band

He'll be on the road with a Beatles tribute band.

2 sign of how good sb/sth is
ADJECTIVE
great, remarkable
PREPOSITION
tribute to

The bridge is a remarkable tribute to the skill of the early engineers.


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  • Tribute — Trib ute, n. [OE. tribut, L. tributum, fr. tribuere, tributum, to bestow, grant, pay, allot, assign, originally, to a tribe, from tribus tribe; cf. F. tribut. See {Tribe}, and cf. {Attribute}, {Contribute}.] 1. An annual or stated sum of money or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tribute — Концертный альбом Ozzy Osbourne …   Википедия

  • Tribute — steht für: Mazda Tribute, ein SUV Modell des japanischen Automobilherstellers Mazda Tribute (Band), eine schwedische Rockband Ein Sommer in Manhattan (Originaltitel: Tribute), eine kanadische Komödie des Regisseurs Bob Clark aus dem Jahr 1980… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tribute — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Tribute Álbum en vivo de Ozzy Osbourne Publicación 14 de marzo de 1987 Grabación 1981 …   Wikipedia Español

  • TRIBUTE —    Tribute is the enforced delivery of goods, services, or people imposed on a country or region after a military defeat. In contrast to booty and plunder, which is amassed by soldiers during warfare, tribute payments are meant to be maintained… …   Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia

  • tribute — ● tribute adjectif (latin tributus, de tribus, tribu) Comices tributes, comices issues des assemblées de la plèbe (Ve s. avant J. C.) où les citoyens romains délibéraient par tribus pour élire les tribuns, voter les plébiscites. (Peu à peu, les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • tribute — [trib′yo͞ot] n. [ME tribut < MFr < L tributum, neut. of tributus, pp. of tribuere, to assign, allot, pay < tribus, Roman tribal division: see TRIBE] 1. a) a regular payment of money, etc., made by one ruler or nation to another as… …   English World dictionary

  • Tribute — Trib ute, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Tributed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tributing}.] To pay as tribute. [R.] Whitlock (1654). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tribute — (n.) mid 14c., tax paid to a ruler or master for security or protection, from L. tributum tribute, lit. a thing contributed or paid, noun use of tributus, neuter pp. of tribuere to pay, assign, grant, also allot among the tribes or to a tribe,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • tribute — ► NOUN 1) an act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration. 2) something resulting from and indicating the worth of something else: his victory was a tribute to his persistence. 3) historical payment made… …   English terms dictionary

  • tribute — index bounty, contribution (donation), duty (tax), gift (present), honor (outward respect), payment …   Law dictionary


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