- Every party expressed its deep respect for her abilities as shown in that position.
- I have found a new admiration and respect for what she has achieved.
- The team he inherited had little respect for his achievements as a manager, but he sensed their indifference and weeded out the dissidents with minimal fuss.
- We should admire those who command respect through their actions, their vision, or their concern for others.
- At least it help boost the police's image and regain the public respect following their deteriorating performance in general.
- Although this might be unpopular in the short term, at least they will regain some respect once the current mob mentality dies down.
- Will you be so good as to give my Respects to the President?
- Give my respects to my uncles there and them them that they have my best wishes.
- Please don't forget to give my respects to your father.
- Despite this he kept up very well with a strong team bent on glory, no mean feat for somebody with only a few trips under his belt, respect!
- Having got what he always wanted - respect, he still has miles to go.
- It also reflected a respect for standards and for the public with whom staff were in contact and it reinforced morale.
- The nature of the conversation and the respect for elders reflects Chinese customs, particularly that of the young coming to the wise for advice.
- I think that, when you work with somebody of that caliber there's just an immediate respect for him and his process.
- But even if successful in all respects, who will benefit, and on what genetic disorders will the therapy be practiced?
- I think to a large extent it comes from growing up in the 1930s, when the situation in all respects was much worse than it is today.
- And if jurisdiction matters in this respect, then why not in other respects?
- I admire and respect you for achieving all that you have over the years.
- When the manager respects you for your ability and wants you in the team, your confidence rises and you want to repay him.
- You are a universally admired and respected musician and songwriter.
- So surely that gives you the right to expect them to respect your feelings.
- We regard ourselves as a compassionate, tolerant society that respects the rights of others.
- And I hope you'll respect my wishes, and stop reading this site, and let us go our separate ways.
- It is right that the culture and environment should be so respected.
- What I do want is for the lake and its environs to be respected, preserved, protected and enhanced for future generations.
- It was no doubt helpful that he grew in a household with other users, in circumstances in which quiet was respected and desirable.
- If the Commission wins, the Court will merely declare that the member state has failed to respect the particular legal obligation.
- English courts generally respect the legal form the parties impose on a transaction and do not recharacterize it in another way.
- He gave Quebec six months to start changing its forestry laws to respect the 25-year-old agreement.
in respect of (or with respect to)
- As regards; with reference to: the two groups were similar with respect to age, sex, and diagnosesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Could you tell me what is the sleep duration a person needs, with respect to age in general?
- Suppose my prior desire was relatively indeterminate with respect to when it should be realized.
- There was no evidence of dishonesty or bad character with respect to either of them.
in respect that
- Because.Oraciones de ejemplo
- I guess it is coincidence in respect that there is no special secret, other than that we are prepared properly in terms of having a very good car and a very good team, so we are using our opportunity.
- Rather, according to their averments, the claim was for recompense in respect that the respondents had, they said, been unjustly enriched.
- I allowed the application to drop from the Roll in respect that an application had already been granted to this adult.
pay one's (last) respects
- see pay1.
with (or with all due) respect
- Used as a polite formula preceding, and intended to mitigate the effect of, an expression of disagreement: with all due respect, Father, I think you’ve got to be more broad-minded these daysMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I disagree with that, with all due respect to my friend William.
- However, with all due respect, I disagree with his characterization of the man as a realist.
- Well, you know, with all due respect, there's simply no consistency there.
Late Middle English: from Latin respectus, from the verb respicere 'look back at, regard', from re- 'back' + specere 'look at'.
Palabras que riman con respectaffect, bisect, bull-necked, collect, confect, connect, correct, defect, deflect, deject, detect, direct, effect, eject, elect, erect, expect, infect, inflect, inject, inspect, interconnect, interject, intersect, misdirect, neglect, object, perfect, project, prospect, protect, reflect, reject, resurrect, sect, select, subject, suspect, transect, unchecked, Utrecht
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