honourably

listen to the pronunciation of honourably
Englisch - Türkisch
şereflice
alnının akıyla
honorable
namuslu
honourable
{s} onurlu

Onurlu bir insan olmak için edepsizlik etmekten kaçınmalısın. - You must avoid misbehaving in order to be a honourable person.

honorable
onurlu

Vatan için ölmek tatlı ve onurludur. - It is sweet and honorable to die for the fatherland.

Onurlu bir ölüm utanç verici bir yaşamdan daha iyidir. - An honorable death is better than a shameful life.

honour
şereflendirmek
honorable
şerefli
honour
{f} onurlandırmak
honour
{i} şeref
honour
onur

Onurlu bir insan olmak için edepsizlik etmekten kaçınmalısın. - You must avoid misbehaving in order to be a honourable person.

Sizi evimde burada bulmanın beklenmedik onurunu neye borçluyum? - To what do I owe the unexpected honour of finding you here in my house?

honorable
saygıdeğer
honorable
itibarlı
honorable
{s} muhterem
honorable
{s} yüce
honour
gurur
honorable
sayın
honour
(Osmanlıca) ihtiram
honour
itibar etmek
honour
ödemek
honour
onur vermek
honour
ırz
honour
izzet
honour
ululamak
honour
(Ticaret) karşılığını ödemek
honour
izaz etmek
honour
teşrif etmek
honour
izaz
honour
itibar
honour
saygıdeğerlik
honour
(bono/çek/vb.) kabul edip ödemek
honour
{f} şereflendir
honour
saygı
honourable
saygıdeğer
honourable
saygın
honourable
namuslu
honorable
onurluk
honorable
{s} saygın
honorable
haysiyetli
honour
{f} kabul etmek (çek)
honour
{f} saymak
honour
{i} golfte başlama vuruşu hakkı
honour
{i} hürmet
honour
{f} onur ver
honour
{i} büyük koz
honour
{f} saygı göstermek
honour
{i} saygınlık
honour
{i} övünç
honour
{i} namus
honour
{f} şeref vermek
honour
{i} izzetinefis
honour
{i} özsaygı
honour
öde/şereflendir
honour
i., f., İng., bak. honor
honour
{i} haysiyet
honour
{f} onur nişanı vermek
honour
{i} misafir ağırlama
honourable
eşref
honourable
s., İng., bak. honorable
honourable
{s} yüce
honourable
{s} muhterem
honourable
{s} şerefli
Englisch - Englisch
In a honourable manner
with honor; "he was honorably discharged after many years fo service"
with honor, in an honorable manner (also honorably)
Honour
A female given name, a less common spelling of Honor
honorable
Worthy of respect; respectable
honour
A privilege

I had the honour of dining with the ambassador.

honour
The centre point of the upper half of an armorial escutcheon
honour
To make payment in respect of (a cheque, banker's draft etc)

I'm sorry Sir, but the bank did not honour your cheque.

honour
Dignity; reputation as a good person

She swore on her honour.

honour
In bridge, an ace, king, queen, jack, or ten especially of the trump suit. In some other games, an ace, king, queen or jack
honour
To conform with, obey (e.g. a treaty or promise)

I trusted you, but you have not honoured your promise.

honour
To confer an honour or privilege upon (someone)

The prince honoured me with an invitation to his birthday banquet.

honour
For honours degree, a university qualification of the highest rank

At university I took honours in modern history.

honour
An objectification of praiseworthiness or respect; something that represents praiseworthiness or respect, such as an award given by the state to a citizen

Honours are normally awarded twice a year: on The Queen's Birthday in June and at the New Year.

honour
The right to play one's ball before one's opponent plays his
honourable
UK spelling of honorable
honorable
{a} illustrious, noble, honest, generous
honorable
see honourable. the American spelling of honourable
honorable
Conferring honor, or produced by noble deeds
honorable
worthy of respect
honorable
not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent; "honest lawyers"; "honest reporting"; "an honest wage"; "honest weight"
honorable
adhering to ethical and moral principles; "it seems ethical and right"; "followed the only honorable course of action"; "had the moral courage to stand alone"
honorable
{s} deserving of respect and admiration; trustworthy, reliable, upright, principled (also honourable)
honorable
deserving of esteem and respect; "all respectable companies give guarantees"; "ruined the family's good name"
honorable
An epithet of respect or distinction; as, the honorable Senate; the honorable gentleman
honorable
showing or characterized by honor and integrity; "an honorable man"; "led an honorable life"; "honorable service to his country"
honorable
Of reputable association or use; respectable
honorable
Proceeding from an upright and laudable cause, or directed to a just and proper end; not base; irreproachable; fair; as, an honorable motive
honorable
used as a title of respect; "my honorable colleague"; "our worthy commanding officer
honorable
High-minded; actuated by principles of honor, or a scrupulous regard to probity, rectitude, or reputation
honorable
Performed or accompanied with marks of honor, or with testimonies of esteem; as, an honorable burial
honorable
{i} one who is honest or principled; one who holds the title of Honorable (title of respect given to certain high-ranking officials; British courtesy title given to the children of peers below the rank of Marquis)
honorable
Worthy of respect; regarded with esteem; to be commended; consistent with honor or rectitude
honorable
used as a title of respect; "my honorable colleague"; "our worthy commanding officer"
honorable
hon

An honourable death is better than a shameful life. - An honorable death is better than a shameful life.

honorable
Worthy of honor; fit to be esteemed or regarded; estimable; illustrious
honorable
showing or characterized by honor and integrity; "an honorable man"; "led an honorable life"; "honorable service to his country" used as a title of respect; "my honorable colleague"; "our worthy commanding officer
honour
dignity; a reputation as a good person
honour
accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts"
honour
the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor"
honour
If someone is honoured, they are given public praise or an award for something they have done. Two American surgeons were last week honoured with the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology
honour
an objectification of praiseworthiness or respect; something that represents praiseworthiness or respect
honour
a woman's virtue or chastity
honour
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or Ten
honour
hon·our honours honouring honoured in AM, use honor
honour
Judges, and mayors in the United States, are sometimes called your honour or referred to as his honour or her honour. I bring this up, your honor, because I think it is important to understand the background of the defendant. see also guest of honour, lap of honour, maid of honour
honour
politeness If you say that you would be honoured to do something, you are saying very politely and formally that you would be pleased to do it. If you say that you are honoured by something, you are saying that you are grateful for it and pleased about it. Peter Alliss says he would be honoured to be asked It's a very flattering offer, and I'm honoured by your confidence in me
honour
The privilege of being laughed at first on the tee
honour
{i} esteem, respect, good reputation; integrity, honesty, truthfulness; award, tribute; privilege; pride, dignity (also honor)
honour
The honour goes to last player to win a hole or take the least number of shots The player with the honour tees off first
honour
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
honour
The element that distinguishes fencing from everything else It is a combination of honesty, integrity, self-responsibility, gallantry, ace, dignity, humility and gentleness Our creed states: Gracious and dignified in defeat; humble and gentle in victory [ Return to Top ]
honour
show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
honour
An honour is a special award that is given to someone, usually because they have done something good or because they are greatly respected. He was showered with honours -- among them an Oscar
honour
A large estate held by a single lord, usually consisting of several scattered manors Subtenants had to attend the Honour Court
honour
the state of being honored
honour
If you describe doing or experiencing something as an honour, you mean you think it is something special and desirable. Five other cities had been competing for the honour of staging the Games
honour
high rank or respect
honour
If someone does the honours at a social occasion or public event, they act as host or perform some official function. A well-known television personality did the honours at the official opening of the show
honour
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or 10
honour
The right to play first
honour
If you honour an arrangement or promise, you do what you said you would do. The two sides agreed to honour a new ceasefire
honour
bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageus action"
honour
to think of highly, to respect highly
honour
{f} show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept; fulfill a promise show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept; fulfill a promise (also honor)
honour
Honour means doing what you believe to be right and being confident that you have done what is right. I do not believe I can any longer serve with honour as a member of your government
honour
Honours is a type of university degree which is of a higher standard than a pass or ordinary degree. an honours degree in business studies
honour
If something is arranged or happens in someone's honour, it is done specially to show appreciation of them. He will attend an outdoor concert in his honour in the centre of Paris
honour
To honour someone means to treat them or regard them with special attention and respect. Her Majesty later honoured the Headmaster with her presence at lunch Those right-wing people who most honour their monarch see no reason for any apology. + honoured hon·oured Mrs Patrick Campbell was an honoured guest
honour
Curtsey, bow or balance left and right
honour
If something is arranged in honour of a particular event, it is arranged in order to celebrate that event. The Foundation is holding a dinner at the Museum of American Art in honour of the opening of their new show
honour
to confer honour upon (someone)
honourable
adhering to ethical and moral principles; "it seems ethical and right"; "followed the only honorable course of action"; "had the moral courage to stand alone"
honourable
chivalrous
honourable
worthy of respect
honourable
{i} one who is honest or principled; one who holds the title of Honorable (title of respect given to certain high-ranking officials; British courtesy title given to the children of peers below the rank of Marquis)
honourable
Honourable is used as a title before the names of some members of the nobility, judges, and some other officials. the Honourable Mr Justice Swinton Thomas
honourable
{s} deserving of respect and admiration; trustworthy, reliable, upright, principled (also honorable)
honourable
showing or characterized by honor and integrity; "an honorable man"; "led an honorable life"; "honorable service to his country"
honourable
hon·our·able in AM, use honorable1. If you describe people or actions as honourable, you mean that they are good and deserve to be respected and admired. I believe he was an honourable man, dedicated to the people and his union However, their intentions are honourable. + honourably hon·our·ably He also felt she had not behaved honorably in the leadership election
honourable
used as a title of respect; "my honorable colleague"; "our worthy commanding officer"
honourable
gallant
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von honourably im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Honorable
{k} Hon
honourably
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