Translation of honor in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable 1.1 (good name, reputation) peace with honora man of honoruna paz honrosaa point of honorun hombre de honor or de palabrayou're on your honor to report it to the principaluna cuestión de honorto be (in) honor bound to +es tu obligación moral comunicárselo al director
infinitivescout's o (in British English also) cub's honor!estar moralmente obligado a + infinitive1.2 (chastity) [archaic or hum]¡palabra de honor!Example sentences
- Few have heard of Col. Ralston but he was a fearless defender of western Christian values and the honor of chaste young women.
- A tremendous amount of energy is spent to either preserve the honor of a maiden, or to take it from her.
- Several Dutch historians have pointed out that when it concerned reputation, women were anxious to preserve their sexual honour.
- 2 countable or uncountable (privilege, mark of distinction) ladies and gentleman, it is a great honor for me … he received the highest honors his country could bestowwith full military honorsrecibió los más altos honores que otorgaba su paísto have the honor to +con todos los honores militares
infinitiveo of -ing[formal]I have the honor to inform you/of informing you that …tener el honor de+ infinitive[formal]may I have the honor (of this dance)? [formal]tengo el honor de informarle que …to do somebody the honor of¿me concedería esta pieza? [formal] -ing[formal]he did me the honor of receiving mehacerle or [formal] concederle a alguien el honor de+ infinitiveto do honor to somebodyme hizo or [formal] me concedió el honor de recibirmea reception in honor of the delegatesrendirle los honores a alguienin honor of her visituna recepción en honor de or en homenaje a los delegadosto do the honors [colloquial]para celebrar su visitahacer los honores[formal o hum]Example sentences
- Last, but not least, I deem it an honour and a rare privilege to write about her.
- Serving with a parliamentarian of Richard Prebble's calibre has been a rare honour and privilege.
- This opportunity is an honor and a privilege and I think it is something that I will cherish for the rest of my life.
- 3 (as title) See examples:Your/His/Her HonorSu SeñoríaExample sentences
- Judge Brodrick's father, His Honour, Judge Norman Brodrick, QC, was Recorder of Portsmouth.
- The Appellant was tried by His Honour Judge Cavell and a jury between 15th and 26th November 1999.
- Of course not, Your Honour, nothing could be further from the truth.
- 4also: honors plural(Games)honors are evenafter the first round honors were approximately evenhonores (masculine plural)I think we can say that honors are evenal terminar el primer asalto iban bastante parejoscreo que se puede decir que empataron ( or empatamos etc)
- 5also: honors plural5.1 (special mention) (before noun) honors list (American English) to graduate with honors5.2 (course of study) (British English) to do o take honours in Frenchlicenciarse con matrícula (de honor) or con honores(before noun) honours graduate≈ licenciarse en Filología francesaan honours degree≈ licenciado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)combined honorsuna licenciaturaExample sentences
- She overcame his resistance, qualified with honours, and set up practice in London.
- After playing the electronic keyboard for several years, he took his grade 5 exam and passed with honours.
- Out of 60 exams taken, 33 passed with Honours and the remaining 27 with Highly Commended.
- His knighthood is the latest of dozens of awards and honours conferred on him.
- The key to preparing successful nominations for honours, awards and decorations is to read and follow the guidelines provided.
- The Geological Society of London awarded him its highest honour, the Wollaston Medal, for his pioneering work in marine geology and sedimentology.
- 1 (show respect) would you escort me in to dinner? — I'd be honored (to)I'm deeply honored to be chosen for this award¿me acompaña al comedor? — será un honor para míwe are honored by your visit [formal]me siento muy honrada de que se me haya concedido este premiohe honored us with his presence [formal or ironic]nos sentimos honrados con su visitanos honró con su presencia[formal o irónico]
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