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Translation of "honourable" - English-Turkish dictionary

honourable

adjective
 
/ˈɒnərəbl/ UK
( US honorable) honest and fair, or deserving praise and respect
saygın, onurlu, namuslu
a decent, honourable man →  Opposite dishonourable Honesty, openness and sincerity
the Honourable a title used before the name of some important government officials
sayın, saygıdeğer
Government ministers and civil servantsNames and titles
a title used in the UK before the name of certain people of high social rank
(Birleşik Krallık) yüksek sınıftan belli insanların isimleri önüne gelen ünvan; saygıdeğer, büyük, yüce
Royalty, aristocracy and titles
honourably adverb
onurlu bir şekilde
Translations of “honourable”
in Korean 훌륭한, 명예로운…
in Arabic كَريم, جَليل, مُبجّل…
in Portuguese honrado…
in Catalan honrat, honorable…
in Japanese (英)尊敬に値する, 高潔な…
in Italian onorevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 品德高尚的, 值得尊敬的…
in Russian благородный, честный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 品德高尚的, 值得尊敬的…
in Polish honorowy…
(Definition of honourable from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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