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respectful

adjective (ADMIRATION) 尊重的     /rɪˈspekt.fəl/
showing admiration for someone or something 畢恭畢敬的;表示尊敬的;尊重的 "We're so pleased to meet you at last," he said in a respectful tone of voice. 「我們終於和您見面了,真是萬分高興,」他畢恭畢敬地說道。 →  Opposite disrespectful Showing respect and admiration
(Definition of respectful adjective (ADMIRATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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