hail

hail
n. hagel, regen, stortvloed; (welkomst)groet
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v. hagelen; begroeten; toejuichen
hail1
[ heel]
I 〈telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉
hagelsteen
II 〈telbaar en niet-telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉
hagel〈figuurlijk〉 regen, stortvloed
(welkomst)groet
voorbeelden:
1   a hail of bullets een regen/hagel van kogels
2   〈voornamelijk van schepen〉 within hail binnen gehoorsafstand
     〈formeel〉 all hail to Caesar! heil en voorspoed aan Caesar!
     hail to you! saluut!
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hail2
I 〈onovergankelijk werkwoord〉
hagelen 〈ook figuurlijk〉neerkomen (als hagel)
voorbeelden:
1   it is hailing het hagelt
     blows hailed down (up)on the boy's back het regende slagen op de rug van de jongen
→ hail fromhail from/
II 〈overgankelijk werkwoord〉
begroetenverwelkomen
erkennenbegroeten als
aanroepen
voorbeelden:
2   the people hailed him (as) king het volk haalde hem als koning in
3   hail a taxi een taxi (aan)roepen

English-Dutch dictionary. 2013.

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