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re·spect·ful

 (rĭ-spĕkt′fəl)
adj.
Showing or marked by proper respect.

re·spect′ful·ly adv.
re·spect′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.respectfully - in a respectful manner; "might I respectfully suggest to the Town Council that they should adopt a policy of masterly inactivity?"
disrespectfully - in a disrespectful manner; "he treats his parents rather disrespectfully"
Translations
باحْتِرام
uctivě
kurteisislega
saygılı bir şekilde

respectfully

[rɪsˈpektfəlɪ] ADVrespetuosamente

respectfully

[rɪˈspɛktfʊli] advrespectueusement

respectfully

adv
(in letters) I remain respectfully yours or yours respectfullyich verbleibe mit vorzüglicher Hochachtung Ihr … (form)

respectfully

[rɪsˈpɛktfəlɪ] advrispettosamente
respectfully yours (in letter) → con rispetto

respect

(rəˈspekt) noun
1. admiration; good opinion. He is held in great respect by everyone; He has no respect for politicians.
2. consideration; thoughtfulness; willingness to obey etc. He shows no respect for his parents.
3. a particular detail, feature etc. These two poems are similar in some respects.
verb
1. to show or feel admiration for. I respect you for what you did.
2. to show consideration for, a willingness to obey etc. One should respect other people's feelings/property.
reˈspectable adjective
1. having a good reputation or character. a respectable family.
2. correct; acceptable. respectable behaviour.
3. (of clothes) good enough or suitable to wear. You can't go out in those torn trousers – they're not respectable.
4. large, good etc enough; fairly large, good etc. Four goals is a respectable score.
reˈspectably adverb
reˌspectaˈbility noun
reˈspectful adjective
having or showing respect.
reˈspectfully adverb
reˈspectfulness noun
reˈspecting preposition
about; concerning. Respecting your salary, we shall come to a decision later.
reˈspective (-tiv) adjective
belonging to etc each person or thing mentioned. Peter and George went to their respective homes.
reˈspectively (-tiv-) adverb
referring to each person or thing mentioned, in the order in which they are mentioned. Peter, James and John were first, second and third, respectively.
reˈspects noun plural
greetings. He sends his respects to you.
pay one's respects (to someone)
to visit (a person) as a sign of respect to him.
with respect to
about; concerning. With respect to your request, we regret that we are unable to assist you in this matter.
References in classic literature ?
Latin from the books of the Laws of England, which taken along with the context, means, that of all whales captured by anybody on the coast of that land, the King, as Honorary Grand Harpooneer, must have the head, and the Queen be respectfully presented with the tail.
I should have said, `Amen' in place of `yours respectfully,' shouldn't I?
The other bowed respectfully, and offered his arm to assist the count in descending.
Casting a rapid glance at all those in the room and noticing the count's confessor there, she glided up to him with a sort of amble, not exactly bowing yet seeming to grow suddenly smaller, and respectfully received the blessing first of one and then of another priest.
The family doctor respectfully ceased in the middle of his observations.
Do you think the archangel Gabriel thinks anything the less of me, because I promptly and respectfully obey that old hunks in that particular instance?
Here one of the waiters, who had been for some minutes busy making a queer-looking mixture of egg and sherry, respectfully presented it on a large silver salver.
Please to tell them so; and allow me to subscribe myself, yours respectfully,
This faithful but unpretending record of a remarkable adventure is hereby respectfully dedicated by the narrator,
When the others left the great hall he eyed the splendidly dressed servants of the Princess Ozma as if he expected to be ordered out; but one of them bowed before him as respectfully as if he had been a prince, and said:
Your majesty shouldn't purr so loud,' Alice said, rubbing her eyes, and addressing the kitten, respectfully, yet with some severity.
Not with the moonlight, for that is faint beside the other one--the sparkle from the crystal candelabra, which negroes, moving noiselessly and respectfully about, are lighting, one after the other.