parchu, barchu, pharchu, mharchupharch, parch, barch, bri, fri, golwg, ngolwg, mharch, mri, olwgbarchwch, barcha’, barchaf, barchai, barchais, barchaist, barchan, barchant, barchasai, barchasant, barchasech, barchasem, barchasent, barchasid, barchasit, barchasoch, barchasom, barchaswn, barchech, barched, barchem, barchen, barchent, barcher, barches, barchest, barchet, parchasoch, barchiff, barchith, barcho, barchoch, barchodd, barchom, barchon, barchont, barcha, barchwn, barchwyd, barchwyf, beirch, berchais, berchaist, berchi, berchid, berchir, berchwch, berchych, parcha, parcha’, parchaf, parchai, parchais, parchaist, parchan, parchant, parchasai, parchasant, parchasech, parchasem, parchasent, parchasid, parchasit, barchi, parchasom, parchaswn, parchech, parched, parchem, parchen, parchent, parcher, pharchasent, parchest, parchet, parchi, parchiff, parchith, parcho, parchoch, parchodd, parchom, parchon, parchont, parchwch, parchwn, parchwyd, parchwyf, peirch, perchais, perchaist, perchi, perchid, perchir, perchwch, perchych, pharcha, pharcha’, pharchaf, pharchwyf, pharchais, pharchaist, pharchan, pharchant, pharchasai, pharchasant, pharchasech, pharchasem, parches, pharchasid, pharchasit, pharchasoch, pharchasom, pharchaswn, pharchech, pharched, pharchem, pharchen, pharchent, pharcher, pharches, pharchest, pharchet, pharchi, pharchiff, pharchith, pharcho, pharchoch, pharchodd, pharchom, pharchon, pharchont, pharchwch, pharchwn, pharchwyd, pharchai, pheirch, pherchais, pherchaist, pherchi, pherchid, pherchir, pherchwch, pherchych
Noun(1) (usually preceded by `in'(2) the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded(3) an attitude of admiration or esteem(4) a courteous expression (by word or deed(5) behavior intended to please your parents(6) a feeling of friendship and esteem(7) courteous regard for people's feelings
Verb(1) regard highly; think much of(2) show respect towards
(1) the director had a lot of respect for Douglas as an actor(2) According to Confucianism, one of the most important values is respect for elders.(3) What can parliamentarians do to regain respect with community as custodians of the public good?(4) The nature of the conversation and the respect for elders reflects Chinese customs, particularly that of the young coming to the wise for advice.(5) The town has great affection for him and great respect for his golfing abilities.(6) the government's record in this respect is a mixed one(7) it is incumbent upon all hill users to respect the environment(8) he urged all foreign nationals to respect the laws of their country of residence(9) Although this might be unpopular in the short term, at least they will regain some respect once the current mob mentality dies down.(10) Lebanese children grow up with deep respect for their parents.(11) they showed great respect for the law(12) she has respect for him(13) First of all, I'd like to tell him I admire and respect him as one of the very unique talents in television.(14) And the law should respect such a stipulation in commercial negotiations.(15) She, meanwhile, develops deep respect for the old man.(16) The trustees can be expected to respect these wishes once there is no family or appropriate person to whom the money should be paid.
(1) with respect to :: mewn perthynas â
1. esteem ::
2. due regard ::
4. aspect ::
5. regard ::
6. deference ::
8. obedience ::
9. esteem ::
10. show consideration for ::
dangos ystyriaeth tuag at
11. abide by ::
12. prize ::
13. observe ::
Different Formsrespect, respected, respecter, respecters, respecting, respects
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