- approbation (n.)
- late 14c., "proven effectiveness, excellence," from Old French aprobacion or directly from Latin approbationem (nominative approbatio) "an approval," noun of action from past participle stem of approbare (see approve). Meaning "approval, endorsement" is from early 15c.
- 1. He tasted the wine of audience approbation.
- 2. The manager surveyed her report with approbation.
- 3. Julian Lloyd Webber thinks his brother would like the approbation of serious critics.
- 4. The result has not met universal approbation.
- 5. I had no solace from self - approbation ; none ever from self - respect .
- 我不能从自满、甚至不能从 自尊 中得到安慰.
[ approbation 造句 ]