拍手喝采, はくしゅかっさい

  • hakushukassai

Definition of 拍手喝采,はくしゅかっさい

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • clapping and cheering
  • applause

Examples of 拍手喝采,はくしゅかっさい in a Sentence

群集勝者拍手喝采送った
The crowd gave the winner a big hand.
早稲田大学における最後講義は、万来拍手喝采浴びた
His last lecture at Waseda brought down the house.
With one accord the audience stood up and applauded.
ユーモアつられて拍手喝采起こった
His infectious humor stimulated applause.
As I entered the room, they applauded.
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