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He waited for the audience to applaud before continuing.I will applaud all of his efforts.
I applaud your efforts!
After the show they applaud.
Applaud is a verb.
I applaud your effort.
The future tense is "will applaud"
It is "applaud/applauds".
Applaud is accented on the second syllable.
No the word applaud is accented on the second syllable.
You might be trying to spell applaud."The audience applaud the singer".Or you might be trying to spell appalled."I am appalled by your behaviour".
The present perfect tense of applaud is:I/You/We/They have applauded.He/She/It has applauded.
the crowd gave a huge applaud when the violinists were done playing
Applause is present tense Applaud is past tense
The opposite of applaud is to disapprove, criticize, condemn, or denounce. The opposite of the specific act by an audience is to "boo."
The noun forms the verb to applaud are applauder (one who applauds), applause, and the gerund, applauding.
Laud means to praise. But applaud means to clap in approval. It specifically means clapping.
Yes, if they liked it then they would applaud.
This means "to praise"