- n.问候，道贺，致意; 赞美（话）( compliment的名词复数 ); 向…送礼以表示敬意; 问候; 致意;
- v.表扬，恭维( compliment的第三人称单数 );
There was all the usual humbug and obligatory compliments from ministers.
Please give this to your boss with my compliments.
He ladles out compliments to everyone, but he's not really sincere.
You pay her a few compliments and she immediately rises above herself.
They tried to please him with fulsome compliments and extravagant gifts.
A free sample is enclosed with the compliments of the manufacturer.
I hate his smarmy compliments.
She's angling for a compliments.
He can turn pretty compliments.
On my bedside table awaited, with the compliments of the management, an appetizing breakfast.
"Even my good reviews have tended to be backhanded compliments," he says. "They'll say I was good and almost unbearably grotesque."
I received several compliments on the condition of my skin.
Her way of taking compliments seemed sometimes rather dry.
She received many compliments on the design of her new dress.
He recounted with satisfaction the compliments paid to him.
But why don't we offer to pay for the printing of the programs ourselves on condition that on the front cover there's something like This program is presented with the compliments of Norland Electronics, and free advertising of course.
Keep the talk going by making compliments and asking questions.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 任务型读写 原文收起真题例句
1. (usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare;
"give him my kind regards"
"my best wishes"