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honor
'ɑːnər
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A woman's virtue or chastity.
  2. The quality of being honorable and having a good name.
  3. A tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction.
  4. The state of being honored.
(动) As a verb
  1. Accept as pay.
  2. Show respect towards.
  3. Bestow honor or rewards upon.
Hyphenationhon•or
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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荣誉róngyùhonor; credit; glory; (honorable) reputation; honorary
头衔tóuxiántitle; rank; appellation
信用xìnyòngto trust; credit (commerce); trustworthiness; creditworthiness
尊敬zūnjìngto respect; to revere
名誉míngyùfame; reputation; honor; honorary; emeritus (of retired professor)
阁下géxiàyour distinguished self; your majesty; sire
勋章xūnzhāngmedal; decoration
授予荣誉shòuyǔ róngyùhonor
承兑chéngduìto accept checks, etc.; to honor a check
实践shíjiànpractice; to put into practice; to live up to (a promise); to carry out (a project)
荣耀róngyàohonor; glory
表彰biǎozhāngto honor; to commend; to cite (in dispatches)
信义xìnyìgood faith; honor; trust and justice; Xinyi or Hsinyi district of Taipei City 台北市, Taiwan; Xinyi or Hsini district of Keelung City 基隆市, Taiwan; Xinyi or Hsini township in Nantou county 南投县, central Taiwan
róngglory; honor; thriving; (Chinese surname)
尊崇zūnchóngto revere; to admire; to honor; to venerate
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