1. an expression of approval and commendation;
It will acquire no kudos for translating its inner doubts into hesitation.
Kudos on that hat joke.
I hope to keep in touch and continue your hard Kudos!
She did most of the work but all the kudos went to him.
He got a great deal of kudos for his work at the university.
When receiving kudos, for instance, publicly thank everyone who helped you.
He gained kudos for his stand against the brutality with which a subsequent mutiny was quelled.
There was considerable kudos attached to being on the advisory board.
Kudos to you and the show's producers & correspondents for bringing these criminals the light.
Kudos to you; you richly deserve the recognition.
The film has also earned kudos for respecting the audience's intelligence andtaking theout.
Employees enjoy the kudos that the job brings as much as the financial rewards.
For programmers, the kudos of a successful contribution is its own reward.
He received kudos from everyone on his performance.
the kudos of playing for such a famous team
There is relatively little information about kudos, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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