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Толковые словари
  1. accolade /ˈækəleɪd/ 'British English' 'American English' noun [countable]
    [Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: accoler 'to embrace', from Vulgar Latin accolare, from Latin collum 'neck']
    praise for someone who is greatly admired, or a prize given to them for their work
    ultimate/highest/supreme etc accolade
    She received a Grammy Award, the highest accolade in the music business.

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