well-respected

well-respected

adj (well respected when postpositive)
held in high respect; esteemed
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well-respected

[ˌwelrɪˈspektɪd] ADJrespetado, estimado
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A BRITISH cameraman who died while filming scenes for a new BBC and Netflix drama in Ghana was a well-respected and very talented man, his agent said.
Mr Bergholdt has spent over 16 years in Asia, and has held key finance positions in well-respected shipping conglomerates.
John was a well-respected member of his community in New Hartley, near Seaton Delaval, and had been the secretary of New Hartley Juniors Football Club for 53 years.
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Prior to this appointment, Adams served as a well-respected White House aide.
Alan Postel, CMCR president, says, "This addition brings to CMCR not only significant scrap processing equipment, including 1,200 roll-off boxes and containers with a modern truck fleet in tip-top condition to service industrial accounts, but also, and more importantly, an outstanding team of well-respected and energetic scrap metal professionals.
Because of our long-standing relationships with well-respected local operators such as Biltmore, we are able to source off-market transactions like this one.
His efforts to overcome his problem leads Deacon to the well-respected Speech Recovery Clinic and a speech therapist named Maria.
Emerald is the granddaughter of recently deceased Everett Graham, a well-respected, wealthy businessman, and has lived a privileged life.
The first day opened with thought-provoking lectures from David Grayson, a well-respected commentator on responsible business practice, and Sir David King, the British Government's Chief Scientific Adviser.