complimentary

ˌkɔmplɪˈmentərɪ прил.
1) а) поздравительный;
приветственный complimentary verses (on) ≈ поздравительные стихи (в честь) Syn : congratulatory б) лестный, хвалебный, похвальный Syn : laudatory, encomiastic, panegyric, panegyrical
2) любезный (о человеке) I cannot say that she is complimentary. ≈ Я не сказал бы, что она любезна. ∙ complimentary ticketпригласительный билет поздравительный;
приветственный;
- * speech прниветственная речь;
- * dinner обед в честь кого-л похвальный, лестный;
- * remark одобрительное замечание;
- to be * about the performance лестно отзываться о представлении бесплатный;
дарственный;
- * ticket пригласительный билет;
- a * copy of a book дарственный или бесплатный экземпляр книги > * close слова перед подписью в письме (напр., Sincerely, Very truly yours и т. п.) ~ лестный;
to be complimentary about (smb.'s) work лестно отзываться о (чьей-л.) работе;
complimentary ticket пригласительный билет complimentary эк. бесплатный ~ дарственный ~ лестный;
to be complimentary about (smb.'s) work лестно отзываться о (чьей-л.) работе;
complimentary ticket пригласительный билет ~ поздравительный ~ приветственный ~ лестный;
to be complimentary about (smb.'s) work лестно отзываться о (чьей-л.) работе;
complimentary ticket пригласительный билет ticket: complimentary ~ пригласительный билет

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Complimentary — Com pli*men ta*ry, a. Expressive of regard or praise; of the nature of, or containing, a compliment; as, a complimentary remark; a complimentary ticket. Complimentary addresses. Prescott. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • complimentary — [adj1] flattering adulatory, appreciative, approbative, approbatory, approving, celebrating, commendatory, congratulatory, courtly, encomiastic, encomiastical, eulogistic, fair spoken, fawning, highly favorable, honeyed, honoring, laudatory,… …   New thesaurus

  • complimentary — [käm΄plə men′tə rē] adj. 1. paying or containing a compliment; expressing courtesy, respect, admiration, or praise 2. given free as a courtesy [a complimentary ticket] complimentarily [käm΄pləmen′te rə lē] adv …   English World dictionary

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  • complimentary — index free (at no charge), gratis, gratuitous (given without recompense), unsolicited Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • complimentary — 1620s, conveying a compliment, from COMPLIMENT (Cf. compliment) + ARY (Cf. ary). In later use loosely meaning free of charge …   Etymology dictionary

  • complimentary — ► ADJECTIVE 1) expressing a compliment; praising or approving. 2) given free of charge …   English terms dictionary

  • complimentary — [[t]kɒ̱mplɪme̱ntəri[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ If you are complimentary about something, you express admiration for it. The staff have been very complimentary, and so have the customers... We often get complimentary remarks regarding the… …   English dictionary

  • complimentary — com|pli|men|ta|ry [ˌkɔmplıˈmentəri US ˌka:m ] adj 1.) given free to people ▪ There was a complimentary bottle of champagne in the hotel room. ▪ I ve got some complimentary tickets for the theatre tonight. 2.) saying that you admire someone or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • complimentary — adjective 1 expressing admiration, praise or respect: Your teacher made some very complimentary remarks about your work. (+ about): Donleavy was highly complimentary about Coleman s work. 2 given free to people: There was a complimentary bottle… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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