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Translation of "respect" - English-Polish dictionary

respect

noun     /rɪˈspekt/
POLITE [U] B1 when you are polite to someone, especially because they are older or more important than you szacunek You should show more respect for your parents.Showing respect and admiration
ADMIRATION [U] B1 when you admire someone because of their knowledge, skill, or achievements szacunek She's an excellent teacher and I have the greatest respect for her.Showing respect and admiration
SHOW IMPORTANCE [U] when you show by your behaviour that you think something is important or needs to be dealt with carefully respekt Electricity can be dangerous and should always be treated with respect.Showing respect and admiration
in this respect/many respects B2 in a particular way, or in many ways pod tym względem/pod wieloma względami The school has changed in many respects.Ways of achieving things
with respect to sth; in respect of sth formal B2 relating to a particular thing w związku z czymś , odnośnie czegoś I am writing with respect to your letter of 24 June.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
pay your respects formal to visit someone or go to talk to them składać wizytę Visiting ( also pay your last respects) to go to someone's funeral oddać ostatnią posługę, uczcić pamięć (zmarłe-go/j) →  See also self-respect Funerals
(Definition of respect noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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