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to respect / to revere
to be dedicated to one's work / to respect one's work
to salute / salute
deferential / respectful
to revere / to venerate / high esteem
please (do sth) (deferential form)
  *敬* | 敬* | *敬
to respect / to venerate / to salute / to offer
to salute / to pay one's respects to / to pay tribute to / to pay homage to
reverent and respectful / extremely deferential
to show respect from a distance (idiom) / to remain at a respectful distance
yours truly / yours sincerely (at the end of a letter)
to feel deep veneration for sb (idiom)
respectful closing to a letter
to worship
to revere
to return a compliment / to give sth in return
respect for the aged
Dear Sirs / To Whom It May Concern
to show filial respect / to give presents (to one's elders or superiors) / to support one's aged parents
to esteem / to admire
to tell respectfully / to announce reverentially
to revere / highly esteemed
to toast / to propose a toast
to offer humbly (written at the end of letter from sb of lower status to higher status) / your humble servant
respect / tribute
please excuse me for not complying / to politely decline
deference is no substitute for obedience (idiom) / (said to accept sb's request, invitation etc)
to respect deeply / to revere / to esteem
term of respect / honorific
respect and love
home of respect for aged / nursing home
to respect the wise and venerate the worthy (idiom); to honor the great and the good
disrespect / irreverent / rude / insufficiently respectful (to a superior)
to serve tea (to guests)
to worship piously / to present / to dedicate
to refuse a toast only to be forced to drink a forfeit / fig. to hesitate to do sth until forced to do even more
to offer one's congratulations (formal)
industrious and hard-working / conscientious and meticulous
deserving / worthy of respect / estimable
diligent and sociable (idiom); meticulous in work and dealing cheerfully with one's colleagues
to admire and respect
to respect a deity / to pray to a God
honorific (e.g. in grammar of oriental languages)
term of respect / honorific title / honorific (in grammar)
(humble expr.) prepare to offer humble hospitality / please accept my inadequate (food or drink)
Guo Jingming (1983-), Chinese young-adult fiction writer and teen pop idol
to feel respect
term of esteem / honorific (in Chinese grammar) / polite form of pronoun (in European grammar)
Wu Jingzi (1701-1754), Qing dynasty novelist, author of The Scholars 儒林外史
to respect Gods and demons from a distance (idiom); to remain at a respectful distance
respectful / to show respect
to treasure written material as a cultural resource (idiom)
respectfully yours (at the end of a letter)
(honorific) revered news / the most valuable information (in your recent letter, book etc) / Thank you for your letter.
universally admired / highly esteemed by everyone
deference / esteem / to admire
to offer a cigarette (to a guest)
Eliakim (name, Hebrew: God will raise up) / Eliakim, servant of the Lord in Isaiah 22:20 / Eliakim, son of Abiud and father of Azor in Matthew 1:13
Lu Zijing or Lu Su 魯肅|鲁肃 (172-217), statesman, diplomat and strategist of Eastern Wu 東吳|东吴
respectful / deferential
to present respectfully / with (sb's) compliments / complimentary
Xia Jingqu (1705-1787), Qing novelist, author of monumental novel 野叟曝言 Humble Words of a Rustic Elder
to revere people of virtue and honor scholarship (idiom)
priority seating for the aged (on buses etc)
to treat each other as an honored guest (idiom) / mutual respect between husband and wife
polite congratulations (i.e. on a greeting card)
to burn incense in prayer to a God
to hold sb in the same regard as one would a god (idiom)
Emperor Jingzong of Tang (809-827), reign name of fourteenth Tang emperor 李湛, reigned 825-827

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