- n.（尤指旧时一国向他国交纳的）贡品( tribute的名词复数 ); （良好效果或影响的）体现; （尤指对死者的）致敬; 称赞;
Martin, 78, died yesterday. Tributes poured in from around the globe.
He had the strength and power; he meant to bear rule over others and he expected tributes from them.
His colleagues paid generous tributes to the outgoing president.
He received an honorary degree and numerous tributes.
Tributes to the dead leader have been received from all around the world.
They lighted incense and candles and heaped floral tributes to the dead.
Yet on this day, there were tributes. And, in the end Mr.
There were also tributes to some of the late great singers.
Tributes and condolences were sent from all over the world.
Frank Sinatra has received far too many tributes already.
Tributes to the man who jumped were flowing in online.
The people put the tributes before the governor.
The actress received numerous floral tributes.
Trivial tributes constitute the attribute of constituent's report.
Tributes were collected on a weekly basis.