vt.& vi. 欢迎，致敬
vt. 向…致意; 赞扬，赞颂
vi. 致意，打招呼; 行礼
n. 致敬，欢迎; 敬礼; 举枪，举刀（礼）
If you salute someone, you greet them or show your respect with a formal sign. Soldiers usually salute officers by raising their right hand so that their fingers touch their forehead.
One of the company stepped out and saluted the General...
I stood to attention and saluted.
To salute a person or their achievements means to publicly show or state your admiration for them.
I salute him for the leadership role that he is taking...
The statement salutes the changes of the past year.
1. an act of honor or courteous recognition;
2. a formal military gesture of respect
3. an act of greeting with friendly words and gestures like bowing or lifting the hat
1. propose a toast to;
2. greet in a friendly way;
3. express commendation of;
4. become noticeable;
5. honor with a military ceremony, as when honoring dead soldiers
6. recognize with a gesture prescribed by a miltary regulation; assume a prescribed position;
address, greet, salute, hail, welcome
salute the judge
take the salute
Merchant ships salute each other by dipping the flag.
All of us salute the brave cosmonauts of the Soviet Union.
The salute that lift a gun is enough, who wants you to fire a shot greeting.
The gun thundered out a salute.
While the national flag is being raised , all the young pioneers must salute.