with respect to something
- with respect to something
- with respect to (something)
considering or relating to something.
There is another question with respect to this plan that must be answered before any decision can be made.
Related vocabulary: in terms of something
Do you really believe your memory is clear in respect to what happened?
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with respect to something — with respect to sth idiom (formal business) concerning • The two groups were similar with respect to income and status. Main entry: ↑respectidiom … Useful english dictionary
with respect to — (something) considering or relating to something. There is another question with respect to this plan that must be answered before any decision can be made. Do you really believe your memory is clear in respect to what happened? Related… … New idioms dictionary
with respect to — preposition : as regards : insofar as concerns : with reference to with respect to your last letter * * * with respect to With regard to • • • Main Entry: ↑respect * * * as regards; … Useful english dictionary
respect — re|spect1 W1S1 [rıˈspekt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(admiration)¦ 2¦(consideration)¦ 3 with (the greatest) respect/with (all) due respect 4¦(for danger)¦ 5 in one respect/in some respects etc 6¦(greetings)¦ 7 pay your last respects (to somebody) 8 in respect… … Dictionary of contemporary English
respect — re|spect1 [ rı spekt ] noun uncount *** 1. ) a feeling of admiration that you have for someone because of their personal qualities, their achievements, or their status, and that you show by treating them in a polite and kind way: respect for:… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
respect — I UK [rɪˈspekt] / US noun Word forms respect : singular respect plural respects *** 1) [uncountable] a feeling of admiration that you have for someone because of their personal qualities, their achievements, or their status, and that you show by… … English dictionary
respect — 1 /rI spekt/ noun 1 ADMIRATION (U) admiration for someone, especially because of their personal qualities, knowledge or skill (+ for): I have the greatest respect for Jane s judgement. | win/earn/gain the respect of: With his decisive handling of … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
respect*/*/*/ — [rɪˈspekt] noun [U] I 1) the attitude that someone is important and should be admired, and that you should treat them politely She has worked hard to gain the respect of her colleagues.[/ex] Students show their respect for the teacher by not… … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
respect — [[t]rɪspe̱kt[/t]] ♦♦ respects, respecting, respected 1) VERB If you respect someone, you have a good opinion of their character or ideas. [V n] I want him to respect me as a career woman... [V n] He needs the advice of people he respects, and he… … English dictionary
respect — /ri spekt /, n. 1. a particular, detail, or point (usually prec. by in): to differ in some respect. 2. relation or reference: inquiries with respect to a route. 3. esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality… … Universalium