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  • However as time went on, the film gained more respect in its home country.
  • I hope you respect I have nothing more to say on this.
  • In this view motion is a function of position with respect to time.
  • Japanese visitors come and visit this garden, to pay their respect for him.
  • Even the enemy whom he serves has no respect for him, but merely uses him.
  • He earned the respect of both his own troops and his enemies.
  • These programs became quite popular, making him a well known and respected popular figure.
  • She was also very popular and respected among the leaders of the world.
  • As a mark of respect, the third series was first broadcast a week later than originally planned.
  • When residents called upon the governor to pay their respects they expected a party.
  • In many respects seasons one and two of the program are very different shows.
  • Each province is considered a separate jurisdiction with respect to common law matters.
  • He even went so far to set up statues to honor and respect these people.
  • Although rarely in agreement, they both maintained good will toward and respect for each other.
  • The hospital is now a highly respected source of care in the state.
  • Although he had never seen action himself, he won the respect of front-line commanders.
  • It is important to train them to respect, but not fear, their owners and family.
  • The test is used in most cases only in respect to the type of harm.
  • These first parents were so respected to be treated almost like God himself.
  • Its purpose is to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being.
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Meaning of respect

  • noun (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
    it differs in that respect
  • noun An attitude of admiration or esteem
    she lost all respect for him
  • verb Regard highly; think much of
    I respect his judgement, We prize his creativity
  • verb Show respect towards
    honor your parents!