with (all due) respect Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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with (all due) respect

(also with (the greatest) respect)
used to express polite disagreement in a formal situation: With all due respect, Minister, I cannot agree with your last statement.
Translations of “with (all due) respect”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於正式場合禮貌地表示異議)恕我直言…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于正式场合礼貌地表示异议)恕我直言…
(Definition of with (all due) respect from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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