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Synonyms for respect

Synonyms for respect

to have a high opinion of

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

a feeling of deference, approval, and liking

a person's high standing among others

friendly greetings

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the particular angle from which something is considered

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(usually preceded by 'in') a detail or point

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the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)

an attitude of admiration or esteem

a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard

behavior intended to please your parents

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courteous regard for people's feelings

show respect towards

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Respect kids enough to know they understand the issue.
It's said that if you don't respect yourself, it'll be more difficult for you to respect others.
It should be noted here that Sadqa-e-Fitr fixed last year and year before that, with respect to wheat was Rs 100 also.
As Mackenzie (2011) explains, respect is the "social lubricant" that allows cross-cultural communications to flow smoothly between people from much different cultures.
Though the definition of respect may vary, it usually centers on character, experience, and ethics.
The tragic history of residential schools certainly includes a lack of "recognition respect.
Maybe if you respect the Welsh people, the people of Cardiff who put their hard-earned money into your club, maybe you will get respect in return.
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has fallen into the old trap of showing too much respect for his team's game against Manchester United today.
But what about respect for the law of the land and more importantly respect for yourself?
I would suggest that respect should be paid to the people who live in the affected area of impact; respect for the green wedge; respect for the Tees Heritage Park; respect for the wildlife living within and passing through this area.
I always reply there is no one book and no single rule However, I do think there is one common need that is always successful in any human interaction, and that is respect.
Meanwhile, I have also been witness to certain people overdoing the respect for their superiors (in some cases they could be spouses too), having forgotten to first respect themselves.
Using a set of posters with the focus on CONSENT and RESPECT the campaign aims to create greater awareness of sexual rights and to help 'un-learn' harmful attitudes.
5 : relation to or concern with something specified <I'm writing with respect to your ad.
One aspect of respect is recognising the finer human qualities of others and giving them their due.