honour noun (RESPECT) translate to Traditional Chinese
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honour

noun (RESPECT)
尊敬
UK ( US honor)
 
 
/ˈɒn.ər/ US  /ˈɑː.nɚ/
[U] a quality that combines respect, being proud, and honesty
名譽,榮譽;高尚品德
a man of honour
品德高尚的人
We fought for the honour of our country.
我們為我們國家的榮譽而戰。
Morality and rules of behaviour
in honour of sb/sth in order to celebrate or show great respect for someone or something
為了慶祝…;為表示對…的尊敬
a banquet in honour of the president
為總統舉行的宴會
Showing respect and admiration
be/feel honour bound to do sth to feel you must do something because it is morally right, even if you do not want to do it
覺得在道義上應該做
I felt honour bound to tell him the truth.
我覺得應該告訴他事實真相。
Morality and rules of behaviour
do sb the honour of doing sth formal to make someone proud and happy by doing or being something
做…使(某人)感到特別榮幸;做…給(某人)帶來榮譽;賞臉做…
Would you do me the honour of accompanying me to the New Year Ball?
你願不願意賞臉陪我去參加新年舞會?
Polite expressions
Your Honour formal the way to address a judge
法官閣下
Judges and juries
(Definition of honour noun (RESPECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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