Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Applause"

The meaning of "Applause" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит "By applause" Meaning? In this context?
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A: "By applause" is a sarcastic request to have everyone who is homesick clap to show their support of the matter (as if he were talking to a large crowd on a stage and judging their reactions by how loud their applause is.)
Q: Что значит applause lines ?
A: A line spoken by a performer in front of an audience that is expected to get applause (박수 갈채). Actors want to mark the applause lines in a script so they will remember to wait for the applause to finish.
Q: Что значит scattered applause ?
A: Scattered applause means that a small amount of people applauded and it was coming from different areas of the audience or group of people. So that makes it scattered.

It’s like this picture. The dots are scattered instead of being close together :)
Q: Что значит broke into applause?
A:
I see, brake in to have several meanings. So, the word “ brake in to ( something )“ in this sentence means “ suddenly / every body start “.
Q: Что значит Greeted with more applause, he doesn’t take his proverbial bow.?
A: After receiving applause, it’s traditional to bow (like in a play, concert). So the “proverbial bow” refers to the “traditional bow” in response to applause. In this case, despite getting more applause, he still didn’t bow like would be customary/traditional.

Synonyms of "Applause" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между applause и ovation ?
A: ‘Applause’ means clapping from an audience, small or large. An ‘ovation’ is a type of applause that is explosive, usually in response to an incredible performance, speech, or whatever they are clapping for. It is common to use the phrase ‘standing ovation’, because when an audience is extremely happy, they will stand up out of their seats for the ovation.
Q: В чем разница между applause и clap ?
A: I think that applause is used when someone recognized something of good that someone made and give the congratulations for it and we use clap only to show that we agree with about something.
I am not sure but It's the that I think
Q: В чем разница между applause и applaud ?
A: Applause is a noun.
Please give a round of applause to the winner.

Applaud is a verb.
Let's applaud the winner.
Q: В чем разница между applause и give him hands ?
A: @ntm723 "Applause" means "clapping".

"Give him a hand" (in this sense) means "give him a clap".

So they are about the same thing but different grammar.

"Give him a hand" would be equivalent to "give hime some applause" (but we don't say the second one).
Q: В чем разница между applause и round of applause ?
A: It means the same thing, it's just a different phrase!

Translations of "Applause"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? applause
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Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? applause
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Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? what does it mean around applause?
A: do you mean a round of applause?
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? applause
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Other questions about "Applause"

Q: The applause of the audience makes him excited.

Is there any grammatical mistakes in this sentence?
A: There isn’t any grammatical mistakes in that sentence! It sounds good!
Q: Пожалуйста, покажите как произносится applause.
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Q: Пожалуйста, покажите как произносится applause,handclap.
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Q: A: I want to give you applause.
B: I want to give you a clap.

это звучит нормально?
A: A. I want to give you applause.
I think A is fine to say. Maybe after someone comes off stage and did very well you could say: "I want to give you applause, you did so well!"
It's still not very common to say tho...
But I wouldn't say B at all :)
Q: which are more natural?

1) As applause continued, I became more nervous.
2) The longer applause made me more nervous.

1) We should protect forest against wildfires.
2) We should offer forest protection against wildfires.

1) Samsung is outstanding in developing electronic devices.
2) Samsung stands unchallenged in developing electronic devices.

A: I agree with overbyen's corrections

- They both sound natural but the first one sounds like a chronological description, something you would say when telling a story.

- "We should protect forests against wildfires"
(You can't "offer" forests anything because they are just trees. They can't take your offers")

- They both sound natural and well-written, but they have different meanings. The first one says that Samsung is great at making electronic devices. The second says that Samsung is great at making electronic devices AND has no competitions

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