respecter


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re·spect

 (rĭ-spĕkt′)
n.
1. A feeling of appreciative, often deferential regard; esteem: I have great respect for your work. See Synonyms at regard.
2. The state of being regarded with honor or esteem: a leader held in the greatest respect.
3.
a. Consideration or appreciation: Can't you at least give me some respect?
b. Due regard for something considered important or authoritative: respect for the law.
4. A particular aspect, feature, or detail: In many respects this is an important decision.
5. Usage Problem Relation; reference. See Usage Note at regard.
tr.v. re·spect·ed, re·spect·ing, re·spects
1. To feel or show deferential regard for; esteem or admire: All the other scholars respect her.
2.
a. To avoid interfering with or intruding upon: Please respect my privacy.
b. To avoid violating: I respected the speed limit throughout the trip.
3. To relate or refer to; concern: As respects the rights of land owners, this law says nothing.
Idioms:
in respect of Chiefly British
With respect to.
pay (one's) respects
1. To express polite respect, as by paying a visit or addressing one's host: "He paid his respects to the newly-weds, clapping the groom on the shoulder and saying something that made him laugh" (Clare Clark).
2. To express mournful respect for the dead, as by attending a wake or delivering a eulogy: "Six Capuchin monks, sitting by the coffin, took turns reciting the prayers for the dead as dignitaries filed by to pay their respects" (David I. Kertzer).
with/in respect to
In reference or relation to; concerning: "The Supreme Court ... permits greater restriction of commercial speech under current case law than it does with respect to other types of speech" (Samuel A. Alito, Jr.).

[From Middle English, regard, from Old French, from Latin respectus, action of looking back at, regard, from past participle of respicere, to look back at, regard : re-, re- + specere, to look at; see spek- in Indo-European roots.]

re·spect′er n.

respecter

(rɪˈspɛktə)
n
1. a person who respects someone or something
2. no respecter of persons a person whose attitude and behaviour is uninfluenced by consideration of another's rank, power, wealth, etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.respecter - a person who respects someone or something; usually used in the negative; "X is no respecter of Y"
follower - a person who accepts the leadership of another
Translations

respecter

[rɪsˈpektəʳ] N to be no respecter of personsno hacer distinción de personas

respecter

n the law is no respecter of personsvor dem Gesetz sind alle gleich; this disease is no respecter of personsdiese Krankheit macht vor niemandem halt; he is no respecter of personser lässt sich von niemandem beeindrucken; death is no respecter of wealthder Tod nimmt keine Rücksicht auf Reichtum

respecter

[rɪsˈpɛktəʳ] n he's no respecter of personsnon guarda in faccia a nessuno
References in classic literature ?
“The law, gentlemen, is no respecter of persons in a free country.
And as thought is no respecter of persons, the thought of Chief Inspector Heat took a threatening and prophetic shape.
In even, icy tones the judge continued: "And it is well they should remember that the law is no respecter of persons and that the dignity of this court will be enforced, no matter who the offender may happen to be."
Pour cette edition 2019, dix femmes Biankouma ont pris part a ce pelerinage, ce qui est tres interessant, selon l'imam qui les a invite a respecter leurs maris et les lois du coran
Il est question aussi de respecter les procedures pour offrir les garanties d'un proces equitable conformement aux normes constitutionnelles et internationales et respecter le principe de la presomption d'innocence.
Le gouvernement zimbabween a juge mercredi une declaration des chefs de missions occidentales au Zimbabwe lui demandant de respecter la liberte d'expression "deplacee et condescendante".
The NBA said it is concerned because as an association of legal practitioners called to the bar, it is their duty to ensure that the society is cleansed of any form of criminal activities, adding that since the law is not a respecter of any person, it is important to bring to an end the act of lawlessness of such people.
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo said the proponents of reclamation projects must follow the country's laws to get government consent, adding the President was no respecter of alliances or friendship.
Ces normes internationales obligent les pays signataires a respecter ces principes et a les faire respecter sur leur territoire, a-t-il insiste.
[beaucoup moins que] Nous devons sensibiliser sur les bons comportements a adopter en moto et surtout sur l'importance de respecter le code de la route [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il insiste.
I do not know what part of their anatomy they used in making that bus-borne promise but it might be the one employed by that great respecter of the electorate Mr Guto Bebb.
'President Duterte is a respecter of human rights, but he has also been firm in saying that human rights cannot be used as an excuse to let the spread of drugs in the country run rampant,' presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a statement on Wednesday.