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Translation of "honour" - English-Turkish dictionary

honour

noun UK ( US honor)     /ˈɒnər/
RESPECT [U]
B2 when people respect you because you have done what you believe is honest and right, or the quality of doing this şeref, haysiyet, onur a man of honour The soldiers fought for the honour of their country. →  Opposite dishonour noun Showing respect and admiration
in honour of sb/sth
B2 in order to celebrate or show great respect for someone or something ...ın/in onuruna/şerefine a banquet in honour of the PresidentShowing respect and admiration
PRIDE [no plural]
B2 something which makes you feel proud and pleased gurur, onur, haysiyet, şeref [+ to do sth] It's an honour to be team captain. [+ of + doing sth] I had the great honour of meeting the King.Taking pleasure in something
REWARD [C]
something that you give to someone in public to show respect for them and their achievements şeref derecesi, onur payesi, iftihar belgesi She was granted the Order of Merit - one of the nation's highest honours.Showing respect and admiration
Her/His/Your Honour
used when you are speaking to or about a judge Sayın yargıç', 'Sayın yargıçım' Names and titlesJudges and juries
honours
A qualification or university course with honours is of a very high level. şeref/onur derecesi an honours degreeClasses, courses and courseworkSchool and vocational qualifications
(Definition of honour noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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