[ UK /kjˈuːdə‍ʊz/ ]
[ US /ˈkudoʊs/ ]
  1. an expression of approval and commendation
    he always appreciated praise for his work
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How To Use kudos In A Sentence

  • There were several breakout hits, films that commanded both critical kudos and broad audience appeal, assuring substantive box-office numbers.
  • In some of her designs for trousers, there was the additional and creative element of safety pins, a unique accessory for punks, a reason she won kudos that night.
  • Good luck and kudos to you for taking an interest in a needy child.
  • Kudos to the first angry white conservative to blabber about reverse racism though. Obama: Virginia governor's slavery omission 'unacceptable'
  • The club sold its soul to the devil of capitalism, and whilst the short term gains were success, admiration, a growing international fan base and kudos, that avenue of hedonism has finally delivered the bill.
  • Now I have to give credit where it is due, so kudos to all those involved in the major drug bust on Monos Island.
  • Bush is apparently "well qualified" considering the state he left the US in after an unpaid for Iraq-war-4-oil and a collapsed economy!!!! kudos to GW Bush for ruining the USA!!! rumrunner Bush on Obama: 'This guy has no clue'
  • Kudos to you; you richly deserve the recognition.
  • Kudos to them for providing Hussain with a forum.
  • The fact that they spoke in English dampened a rich, emotional moment and also erased the kudos Slate Magazine
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