respect

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/rɪˈspɛkt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/rɪˈspɛkt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ri spekt)


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respect

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [deep, genuine, mutual] respect
  2. have my [full, deepest] respect
  3. [show, have, express] respect (for)
  4. [deserves, lacks] respect (for)
  5. [earn, gain, regain] the respect of
  6. his [experience, achievement, profession] deserves respect
  7. deserves more respect
  8. [show, give, accord] her the respect she [deserves, is due]
  9. have a lot of respect for the [author, director, politician]
  10. respect for what he has [achieved]
  11. show some respect (for your elders)!
  12. with respect, I [disagree, beg to differ]
  13. with all due respect, I [disagree]
  14. with the greatest of respect
  15. give my respects to your [husband, children, family]
  16. the [plans, products, twins] differ in some respects
  17. their [record, performance] in this respect is [good, poor]
  18. [the same, different] in every respect
  19. I am writing with respect to
  20. I am writing (to you) in respect of
  21. out of respect for [the dead, my parents, his feelings]
  22. respect for all [religions, people, creeds]
  23. respect for the [elders, flag, neighbors]
  24. a total lack of respect [for, towards]
v
  1. respect [others, the environment, yourself, your body]
  2. respect the [wishes, will, needs, rights] of
  3. respect your [privacy, opinion, personal space]
  4. respect your [parents, elders, superiors]
  5. (does not) respect [his teachers, her peers, my friends]
  6. respected by [his students, many, your children]
  7. [is, was] well-respected by her [peers, colleagues]
  8. respect him for his [dedication, work, actions]
  9. respected for [being, having, saying, trying]
  10. respect and [value, admire, love, trust]
  11. respect his right to [say, express, privacy]
  12. respect human [rights, dignity, life]
  13. respect the [flag, throne]
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