sa·lute || sə'luːt n. salutation, act of greeting; formal gesture of respect; position of one's body or rifle while saluting; expression of honor or respect v. raise the right hand to the right side of the forehead (as a sign of respect or acknowledgement); honor with a formal gesture of respect; greet, show respect to; express praise or goodwill

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