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VERB 赞扬，称颂（人、事件或成就） If a person, event, or achievement is hailed as important or successful, they are praised publicly.
Faulkner has been hailed as the greatest American novelist of his generation...
US magazines hailed her as the greatest rock'n'roll singer in the world...
N-UNCOUNT 雹子;冰雹 Hail consists of small balls of ice that fall like rain from the sky.
...a sharp short-lived storm with heavy hail.
VERB 下雹;下冰雹 When it hails, hail falls like rain from the sky.
It started to hail, huge great stones.
N-SING 雹子般的一阵 A hail of things, usually small objects, is a large number of them that hit you at the same time and with great force.
The victim was hit by a hail of bullets...
The riot police were met with a hail of stones and petrol bombs.
VERB （人）生于，来自 Someone who hails from a particular place was born there or lives there.
I hail from Brighton...
The band hail from Glasgow.
VERB （人或物）来自 If someone or something hails from a particular background, they come from it.
He hails from an affluent background...
This is a film which seems to hail from the hippie era.
VERB 招呼;喊 If you hail someone, you call to them.
Jill saw him and hailed him...
Suddenly, a voice hailed us and there was Miss Quigley.
VERB 招呼，叫（出租车） If you hail a taxi, you wave at it in order to stop it because you want the driver to take you somewhere.
I hurried away to hail a taxi.
CONVENTION 致意;致敬 Hail is used as a word of greeting.
Hail to the new champion Bengali D'Albret.