respectable

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İngilizce - Türkçe
saygıdeğer
{s} kayda değer
Mûteber
sağlam
namuslu
oldukça iyi
hatırı sayılır
temiz
dürüst
epey
saygın

Ben saygın bir iş adamıyım. - I'm a respectable businessman.

Bu saygın bir performans oldu, ama kesinlikle heyecan verici değildi. - That was a respectable performance, but it definitely wasn't sensational.

{s} hürmetli
dış görünüşü spectablyhürmete lâyık şekilde
{s} kıyafeti düzgün
namusu
{s} epeyce, hayli
{s} derli toplu
{s} ekonomik bakımdan güçlü
ahlâk veya davranışları iyi
epey/muhterem
{s} önemli
respect
{f} saygı göstermek

Tom'un isteklerine saygı göstermek zorundaydım, bu yüzden gittim. - I had to respect Tom's wishes, so I left.

Onlara saygı göstermek zorundasın. - You've got to respect them.

respect
saygı

Gençler yaşlılara saygı göstermeliler. - The young should respect the old.

Japonlar saygı belirtisi olarak her zaman eğilmezler. - The Japanese do not always make a bow as a mark of respect.

respect
hürmet

Talebini hürmetkar bir lisanla arzetti. - He couched his demand in respectful words.

respectable house
(Ticaret) şerefli ticaretevi
respectable house
(Ticaret) saygın ticaretevi
respect
alâka
respect
{i} bakım, yön, açı, husus: This plan is
respect
ayrıcalık gözetme
respect
ilgili bulunmak
respect
bakım

Sanırım kırsal yaşam bazı bakımlardan şehir yaşamından daha üstündür. - I think country life is superior to city life in some respects.

O bakımdan senden farklı değilim. - I'm no different than you are in that respect.

respect
açı

Bu açıdan onun gerisine düştüm. - I fall behind him in this respect.

İki komşu ülke her açıdan birbirinden farklıdır. - The two neighbouring countries differ from each other in all respects.

respect
{i} saygı, hürmet: have respect for -e saygı duymak. pay one's respects to -e saygılarını sunmak
respectability
{i} saygınlık
respect
saygı duymak

Herhangi bir yaşta Allah'a tapmak ve ebeveynlere saygı duymak daha önemlidir. - It is important, in any age, to adore God and to respect one's parents.

Yerel geleneklere saygı duymak zorundayız. - We have to respect local customs.

respect
ihtiram
respect
münasebet
respect
saygınlık
respect
itibar etmek
respect
-e uymak
respect
uymak

Kurallara uymak çok önemlidir. - It's very important to respect the rules.

respectably
epeyce
respect
-e riayet etmek
respect
çekit
respect
riayet
respect
{f} saygı duy

Bir kişinin karakterini tanı ve saygı duy. - Recognize and respect the personality of a person.

Onun cesaretine saygı duymamak elimizde değil. - We cannot help respecting his courage.

respect
yön

Japonlar Amerikalılardan birçok yönden farklıdır. - Japanese differ from American in many respects.

Yönetim becerilerinden dolayı ona oldukça saygı duyulur. - He's well respected for his management skills.

intellectually respectable
entelektüel saygınlık
respect
respecter of persons kişilere rütbesine göre değer veren kimse
respect
riâyet etmek
respect
hürmet etmek
respect
ilgi

Mali konularla ilgili olarak, Bay Jones şirketteki başka birinden daha çok bilir. - With respect to financial matters, Mr. Jones knows more than anyone else in the company.

Bu mektuplarla ilgili olarak, sanırım en iyi şey onları yakmaktır. - With respect to these letters, I think the best thing is to burn them.

respect
saymak
respect
hürmete lâyık saymak
respect
uyma

Turistler seyahat ederken yerel kültürlere uymaya dikkat etmeliler. - Tourists should take care to respect local cultures when they are travelling.

Kurallara uymak çok önemlidir. - It's very important to respect the rules.

respect
hatır
respectability
izzet-i nefis
respectability
itibar
respectability
ekonomik açıdan güvenilirlik
respectability
hürmete lâyık olma
respectably
epeyce/saygıdeğerce
İngilizce - İngilizce
{a} deserving of respect or regard
{s} worthy of respect, honorable, worthy of esteem
worthy of respect; "a respectable woman
Worthy of respect; fitted to awaken esteem; deserving regard; hence, of good repute; not mean; as, a respectable citizen
deserving respect
Moderate in degree of excellence or in number; as, a respectable performance; a respectable audience
Someone or something that is respectable is approved of by society and considered to be morally correct. He came from a perfectly respectable middle-class family + respectably re·spect·ably She's respectably dressed in jeans and sweatshirt. + respectability re·spect·abil·ity If she divorced Tony, she would lose the respectability she had as Mrs Tony Tatterton
You can say that something is respectable when you mean that it is good enough or acceptable. investments that offer respectable rates of return = decent
deserving of esteem and respect; "all respectable companies give guarantees"; "ruined the family's good name"
large in amount or extent or degree; "it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"
worthy of respect; "a respectable woman"
respectuous
dignified
respect
good opinion, honor, or admiration
respect
an attitude of consideration or high regard

Syngman Rhee kept imprisoned the Dowager Queen Yun Empress Sunjeong of the Korean Empire for fear of the respect the people held for her.

respect
hello, hi
respect
Polite greetings, often offered as condolences after a death

The mourners paid their last respects to the deceased poet.

respect
to abide by an agreement

They failed to respect the treaty they had signed, and invaded.

respectability
The quality of being respectable
respect
Particular; point regarded; point of view; as, in this respect; in any respect; in all respects
respect
{i} honor, esteem, high regard; consideration, attention
respect
Esteem; regard; consideration; honor
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If you show respect for someone's wishes, rights, or customs, you avoid doing anything they would dislike or regard as wrong. They will campaign for the return of traditional lands and respect for aboriginal rights and customs
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To have regard to; to have reference to; to relate to; as, the treaty particularly respects our commerce
respect
regard highly; think much of; "I respect his judgement"; "We prize his creativity"
respect
To take notice of; to regard with special attention; to regard as worthy of special consideration; hence, to care for; to heed
respect
a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard; "his deference to her wishes was very flattering"; "be sure to give my respects to the dean"
respect
You use with respect to to say what something relates to. In British English, you can also say in respect of. Parents often have little choice with respect to the way their child is medically treated see also respected
respect
If you pay your last respects to someone who has just died, you show your respect or affection for them by coming to see their body or their grave. The son had nothing to do with arranging the funeral, but came along to pay his last respects
respect
politeness You can say with respect when you are politely disagreeing with someone or criticizing them. With respect, I hardly think that's the point
respect
show respect towards; "honor your parents!
respect
a feeling of friendship and esteem; "she mistook his manly regard for love"; "he inspires respect"
respect
Reputation; repute
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If you have respect for someone, you have a good opinion of them. I have tremendous respect for Dean see also self-respect
respect
particular aspect, feature or detail
respect
Consideration; motive; interest
respect
show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
respect
To look toward; to front upon or toward
respect
{n} reagard, esteem, reverence, relation
respect
{v} to regard, consider, relate, belong
respectability
{n} the quality of deserving of respect
respect
If you respect someone, you have a good opinion of their character or ideas. I want him to respect me as a career woman
respect
If you pay your respects to someone, you go to see them or speak to them. You usually do this to be polite, and not necessarily because you want to do it. Carl had asked him to visit the hospital and to pay his respects to Francis
respect
the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded); "it is held in esteem"; "a man who has earned high regard"
respect
Relation; reference; regard
respect
(usually preceded by `in') a detail or point; "it differs in that respect" an attitude of admiration or esteem; "she lost all respect for him" regard highly; think much of; "I respect his judgement"; "We prize his creativity" show respect towards; "honor your parents!
respect
To regard; to consider; to deem
respect
You use expressions like in this respect and in many respects to indicate that what you are saying applies to the feature you have just mentioned or to many features of something. The children are not unintelligent -- in fact, they seem quite normal in this respect
respect
an attitude of admiration or esteem; "she lost all respect for him"
respect
An expression of respect of deference; regards; as, to send one's respects to another
respect
The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution
respect
To consider worthy of esteem; to regard with honor
respect
If you respect someone's wishes, rights, or customs, you avoid doing things that they would dislike or regard as wrong. Finally, trying to respect her wishes, I said I'd leave
respect
set of values which honor an individual, culture, or set of object
respect
{f} honor, admire, esteem, hold in high regard
respect
The regard and recognition of the absolute dignity that every human being possesses Respect is treating people as they should be treated Specifically, respect is indicative of compassion and consideration of others, which includes a sensitivity to and regard for the feelings and needs of others and an awareness of the effect of one's own behavior on them Respect also involves the notion of treating people justly
respect
courteous regard for people's feelings; "in deference to your wishes"; "out of respect for his privacy"
respect
behavior intended to please your parents; "their children were never very strong on obedience"; "he went to law school out of respect for his father's wishes"
respect
(usually preceded by `in') a detail or point; "it differs in that respect"
respect
If you respect a law or moral principle, you agree not to break it. It is about time tour operators respected the law and their own code of conduct. Respect is also a noun. respect for the law and the rejection of the use of violence
Respect
rei
respect
The courteous treatment of those who have authority over you including your parents, teachers, and elders
respect
To be considerate of others rights, feelings, and beliefs
respect
a trait or virtue that expresses an ability and willingness to protect the dignity of others
respect
homage
respect
The moral value in which one holds someone or something in high regard
respect
"Refers to how characters behave and are treated once they have roles" (Liebert & Sprafkin, 1988, p 187)
respect
to consent to abide by an agreement
respect
honor and esteem for another; regard for others as demonstrated through listening and being responsive to their beliefs and needs whenever possible
respect
To respect is to accord the individual recognition and consideration due
respect
admiration for a person or entity because of perceived merit
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regard for the rights of others; tolerance
respect
to have respect for
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to have regard for the rights of others
respect
a particular aspect of something
respect
is the objective, unbiased consideration and regard for the rights, values, beliefs and property of all people
respectability
A respectable person
respectability
{i} quality of being respectable, honorableness, worthiness of esteem
respectability
The state or quality of being respectable; the state or quality which deserves or commands respect
respectability
honorableness by virtue of being respectable and having a good reputation
respectability
The class of respectable people
respectably
in a decent and morally reputable manner; "the film ends with the middle-aged romancers respectably married"
respectably
In a respectable manner
respectably
to a tolerably worthy extent; "he did respectably well for his age
respectably
to a tolerably worthy extent; "he did respectably well for his age"
respectably
in a respectable manner, honorably, in a manner that is worthy of esteem
respectable