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honour

noun UK ( US honor)
 
/ˈɒn·ər/
[no plural] qualities such as goodness, honesty, and bravery that make people respect you
(英)誠実, 高潔
a man of honour
in honour of someone/something in order to show great respect for someone or something
(英)~に敬意を表して
a dinner in honour of the president
something that makes you feel proud and pleased
(英)光栄, 名誉
I had the great honour of meeting the King.
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