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Hinsicht {f}; Beziehung {f}
in dieser Hinsicht
in gewisser Hinsicht; gewissermaßen
in mancher Beziehung
in anderer Hinsicht
in jeder Hinsicht; in jeder Beziehung
in beiderlei Hinsicht
in jeder Hinsicht; im Grunde
in vieler Hinsicht; in vielerlei Hinsicht; in vielfacher Hinsicht
respect
in this respect; in this regard
in a sense; in a way
in some respects; in certain respects
in other respects
in every respect; in all respects; in every sense; on all counts
on both counts
in a manner of speaking; by all acounts
in many respects
Hinsicht {f}, Beziehung {f}
in dieser Hinsicht
in gewisser Hinsicht, gewissermaßen
in mancher Beziehung
in jeder Hinsicht, in jeder Beziehung
in beiderlei Hinsicht
in jeder Hinsicht, im Grunde
in vieler Hinsicht
in Hinsicht auf das eben Erwähnte
respect
in this respect, in this regard
in a sense, in a way
in some respects, in certain respects
in every respect, in all respects, in every sense, on all counts
on both counts
in a manner of speaking
in many respects
in these premises
in keiner Hinsicht
in no way
Banken haben in keiner Hinsicht etwas zu tun
banks are in no way concerned with
Zweck {m}; Anwendungszweck {m}; Einsatzzweck {m}; Behuf {m} (veraltet)
einem Zweck entsprechen
zum Zweck; zum Behuf (veraltet)
zu diesem Zweck
den Zweck erfüllen
um etw. zu tun; zwecks
im Sinne von des Artikel 3 [jur.]
in jeder Hinsicht; in allen Bereichen
in praktischer Hinsicht; praktisch gesehen
Das ist in allen Bereichen des Genehmigungsverfahrens anzuwenden
purpose
to answer the purposes
for the purpose of
for that purpose; with this in mind
to serve the purpose
for the purpose of doing sth.
for the purpose of article 3
for all purposes
for all practical purposes
This shall be applied for all purposes of the licensing procedure.
auf diese Weise
auf diese Weise; so
in keiner Weise; auf keine Weise; in keiner Beziehung
by this means
that way
in no way; in no respect
hinsicht
respect
auf diese Weise
auf diese Weise, so
in keiner Weise, in keiner Beziehung
by this means
that way
in no way, in no respect
Hinsicht {f}; Beziehung {f}
way
in wirtschaftlicher Hinsicht
economically
in jeder Hinsicht
in every way
in funktioneller Hinsicht
functionally
in gewisser Hinsicht
in a sense
in jeder Hinsicht
in every respect
in gewisser Hinsicht
in a way
in jeder Hinsicht
in all respects
in vieler Hinsicht
in many respects
in dieser Hinsicht
in this respect
Hinsicht, betrachten
regard
in dieser Hinsicht
in respect thereof
in wirtschaftlicher Hinsicht
economically {adv}
Hinsicht {f}, Beziehung {f}
way
keiner
none
keiner
no one
finanziell {adv}; in finanzieller Hinsicht
financially
finanziell {adv}, in finanzieller Hinsicht
financially
in religiöser Hinsicht Weise {adv}
religiously
in keiner Weise
noway
in keiner Weise
in no way
in keiner Weise
nowise
sonst keiner
no one else
keiner, kein
none
keiner von beiden
neither
Hinsicht, Beziehung, achten, respektieren
respect
keine, keiner, keines
neither
Das konnte keiner vorhersehen.
Nobody could have foreseen (predicted) that.
in keiner bestimmten Reihenfolge
in no particular order INPO
in keiner bestimmten Reihenfolge
INPO : in no particular order
unter keiner Bedingung
on no condition
doppelt {adj}
doppelte Dichte
in doppelter Hinsicht
double
double density
in two respects
unverzeichnet {adj}; auf keiner Karte verzeichnet
uncharted
keiner menschlichen Regung fähig
void of all human feeling
Keiner ist blinder als der der nicht sehen will.
There's none so blind as those who will not see.
wird von ... in keiner Weise beeinträchtigt
will be in no way affected by
Keiner ist blinder, als der, der nicht sehen will.
There's none so blind as those who will not see.
keine, keiner, keines {pron}
no
in keiner Beziehung zueinander stehen
to have no connection with each other
unverzeichnet {adj}, auf keiner Karte verzeichnet
uncharted
Kabine {f}; Zelle {f} (keiner Raum)
Kabinen {pl}; Zellen {pl}
cubicle
cubicles
Wirkung zeigen; sich bemerkbar machen; greifen (in negativer Hinsicht)
to bite [fig.]
einige; mehrere; verschiedene {adj}
mehrere Male; ein paar Mal
in mehrfacher Hinsicht
several
several times
in several ways
jdm. etw. zuleide tun; jdm. ein Leid antun [geh.]
Er kann keiner Fliege etwas zuleide tun.
to harm sb.; to hurt sb.
He wouldn't harm a fly.
militärisch; in militärischer Hinsicht {adv} [mil.]
militärisch bedeutsame Güter
militarily
militarily significant goods
keine, keiner, keines, gar nicht
Es gibt keine mehr.
none
There are none left.
keine; keiner; keines {pron} (nichts davon)
Ich habe jetzt wirklich keine Zeit für dich!
not any
I really haven't got any time for you now!
Silbe {f}
Silben {pl}
etw. mit keiner Silbe erwähnen [übtr.]
syllable
syllables
not say a word about sth.
beide {pron}
alle beide
keiner von beiden
both, the two
both of them
neither of them
gesundheitlich {adj}
aus gesundheitlichen Gründen
in gesundheitlicher Hinsicht
gesundheitliche Probleme
Wie geht es Ihnen gesundheitlich?
Er ist gesundheitlich angeschlagen.
health ...
for health reasons; for reasons of health
with regard to (one's) health
health problems
How is your health?
He is not in the best of health.
von jdm. etw. angetan sein {vi}
Keiner von uns war besonders davon angetan den ganzen Tag dort bleiben zu müssen.
Als die neue Lehrerin kam war ich sofort von ihr angetan.
to be taken with sb. sth.
None of us was completely taken with the idea of staying there the whole day.
When the new female teacher arrived I was taken with her at once.
nichts; null; keine; keiner; keines {pron}
Nullregelungsbescheinigung {f} (Steuerberechnung)
Keine Angaben kein Bestand (in einem Formular)
Auch Negativantworten sind erbeten.
none; naught; nil; nowt [Br.]
nil-rule certificate (tax calculation)
Nil returns are required.
Nil replies are requested.
formal gesehen; formal betrachtet; in formaler Hinsicht
nach Form und Inhalt [jur.]
jdn. formal treffen [jur.]
Sie sind nur formal ausländische Gesellschaften.
as a matter of form
as a matter of form and content
to affect sb. as a matter of form
They are foreign companies merely as a matter of form.
keine; keiner; keines {pron}
auf keinen Fall; unter keinen Umständen
Sie sagte kein Wort.
no
under no circumstances
She didn't say a word.
würdigen; für wert halten {vt}
jdn. einer Sache würdigen
jdn. keines Blickes würdigen
jdn. keiner Antwort würdigen
to deem worthy
to deem sb. worthy of sth.
not to deign to look at sb.
not to deign to answer sb.
Zusammenhang {m}; Verbindung {f}; Beziehung {f} (mit; zu)
Zusammenhänge {pl}; Verbindungen {pl}; Beziehungen {pl}
im Zusammenhang mit
in keiner Beziehung zueinander stehen
connection (with)
connections
in connection with
to have no connection with each other
niemand {pron}; keiner
niemand anders
niemand außer ihr
niemand auf der ganzen Welt
nobody; no-one; no one
nobody else
nobody but she
no man alive
sich herablassen etw. zu tun; geruhen etw. zu tun
geruhend
geruht
geruht
geruhte
Tim rief ihr nach aber sie würdigte ihn keiner Antwort.
Wenn es dich glücklich macht werde ich so gnädig sein und nochmals mit ihr reden.
to condescend to do sth.; to deign to do sth.; to vouchsafe to do sth.
condescending; deigning; vouchsafing
condescended; deigned; vouchsafed
condescends; deigns
condescended; deigned
Tim called after her but she didn't deign to answer
If it makes you happy I'll deign to talk to her once more.
jede; jeder; jedes; jedwede [obs.] {pron}
jedes Mal; jedesmal {adv}
jeder Zweite
jeden zweiten Tag
in jeder Hinsicht
Jedem das Seine.
every; each
every time; each time
every other
every other day
in every way
Each to his own.; To each (man) his own.
absehen; voraussehen; vorhersehen
absehend; voraussehend; vorhersehend
vorausgesehen; vorhergesehen
er sie sieht voraus
ich er sie sah voraus
Die Folgen sind nicht abzusehen absehbar.
Das konnte keiner vorhersehen.
to foresee {foresaw; foreseen}
foreseeing
foreseen
he she foresees
I he she foresaw
The consequences are not foreseeable predictable.
Nobody could have foreseen (predicted) that.
jede, jeder, jedes, jedwede [obs.] {pron}
jedes Mal, jedesmal {adv}
jeder Zweite
jeden zweiten Tag
in jeder Hinsicht
every, each
every time, each time
every other
every other day
in every way
Bedeutung {f}; Sinn {m} [ling.]
im wahrsten Sinn des Wortes
in jeder Hinsicht einzigartig
im herkömmlichen Sinn
die konkrete oder übertragene Bedeutung einer Phrase
'Marketing' im eigentlichen Sinne
meaning; sense; signification
in the full sense of the word
unique in every sense of the word
in the usual sense of the term word phrase
the literal or figurative meaning of a phrase
'marketing' in the proper meaning of the word
beide {pron}
alle beide
einer von beiden
keiner von beiden
both; the two
both of them
one of the two
neither of them
technisch {adj}
technischer
am technischsten
nicht technisch
in technischer Hinsicht
technical
more technical
most technical
nontechnical
on a technical scale
technisch {adj}
technischer
am technischsten
nicht technisch
in technischer Hinsicht
technical
more technical
most technical
nontechnical
on a technical scale
Gewohnheitstäter {m}; Gewohnheitstäterin {f} [übtr.]
Gewohnheitstäter {pl}; Gewohnheitstäterinnen {pl}
In dieser Hinsicht bin ich ein Gewohnheitstäter. [übtr.]
persistent offender [fig.]
persistent offenders
I am a persistent offender in this respect.
Bezug {m}
im Bezug auf
in Bezug auf
in Bezug auf, in Hinsicht auf
in Bezug auf, unter ... Aspekt
mit Bezug auf
ohne Bezug auf, unabhängig von
reference
relating
in relation to, with reference to
with regard to
in terms of
in regard to, with regard to
without reference to
keine; keiner; keines; gar nicht
Es gibt keine mehr.
wir sie alle nicht
Wir werden alle nicht jünger.
none {pron}
There are none left.
none of us them
None of us is getting younger. We are none of us getting any younger.
gleich; ähnlich {adj}
zwei gleich geformte Äpfel
Die Häuser sehen alle gleich aus.
Für mich sind alle Flughäfen gleich.
Die beiden Autos sind ziemlich ähnlich.
Mein Vater und ich sind uns in vielerlei Hinsicht ähnlich.
alike
two apples alike in shape
The houses all look alike.
Airports are all alike to me.
The two cars are much alike.
My father and I are alike in many ways.
Andeutung {f}; Anspielung {f}
Andeutungen {pl}; Anspielungen {pl}
eine Andeutung machen dass ...; eine Bemerkung fallen lassen dass ...
nur vage Andeutungen über etw. machen
Keiner hat auch nur die geringste Andeutung gemacht dass ...
hint
hints
to drop a hint that ...
to give only vague hints about sth.
None of them has given the slightest hint that ...
Statistik {f} (von etw.); statistische Angaben {pl} (zu etw.) [statist.]
Statistiken {pl}
angewandte Statistik
eine aktuelle Statistik
eine amtliche Statistik
eine saisonbereinigte Statistik
Tagesstatistik {f}
Wochenstatistik {f}
Monatsstatistik {f}
Jahresstatistik {f}
unterjährige Statistik
Bevölkerungsstatistik {f}
die weiblichen Maße
laut Statistik
wie (ein Blick auf) die Statistik zeigt ...
eine Statistik von etw. erstellen
Die Statistik ist ein Zweig der Mathematik.
Trau keiner Statistik die du nicht selbst gefälscht hast. [Sprw.]
statistics; stat [coll.] (on sth.)
stats
applied statistics
current statistics
official statistics
seasonally adjusted statistics
daily statistics
weekly statistics
monthly statistics
annual statistics
infra-annual statistics
population demographic statistics; vital statistics
vital statistics [Br.] [coll.]
according to (the) statistics
as statistics show suggest ...
to compile (a set of) statistics on sth.; to make a statistical survey of sth.
Statistics is a branch of mathematics.
Lies damned lies and statistics. [prov.]
keine; keiner; keines {pron}
keine(r s) von beiden
Keines von beiden!; Weder noch!; Weder das eine noch das andere!
neither
neither of them
Neither!; Neither one! [coll.]
Bedingung {f}; Voraussetzung {f}; Anforderung {f}; Vorgabe {f}; Kondition {f}
Bedingungen {pl}; Voraussetzungen {pl}; Anforderungen {pl}; Vorgaben {pl}; Konditionen {pl}
Nutzungsbedingungen {pl}
angemessene Bedingung {f}
geeignete Bedingungen
gegebene Bedingung
übliche Bedingungen
unter dieser Bedingung
unter einer Bedingung
unter keiner Bedingung
zu den gleichen Bedingungen
Bedingungen erfüllen
an eine Bedingung geknüpft
Coulombsche Bedingung
condition
conditions
conditions of use
reasonable term and condition
suitable conditions
prevailing condition
usual conditions u.c.
on that condition
on one condition
on no condition
under the same conditions
to comply with conditions
conditional
Coulomb's condition
abschneiden; wegkommen {vi} (Person)
abschneidend; wegkommend
abgeschnitten; weggekommen
am besten abschneiden
noch gut schlecht wegkommen
schlecht wegkommen; in den Mond gucken [übtr.] [ugs.]
in einer Prüfung gut schlecht wegkommen
Bei dem Skandal ist er noch gut weggekommen.
Wenn wir streiten ziehe ich immer den Kürzeren.
Bei einem Unfall wird es dich in so einem Fahrzeug wahrscheinlich schlimm erwischen.
In geschäftlicher Hinsicht war seine Reise ein Misserfolg.
to come off (person)
coming off
come off
to come off best
to come off well badly
to come up short; to come out badly
to do well badly in an exam
He has come off well from the scandal.
I always come off worse when we argue.
In an accident you're likely to come off badly in such a vehicle.
From a business standpoint his trip came off badly.
Bedingung {f}, Voraussetzung {f}, Kondition {f}
Bedingungen {pl}, Voraussetzungen {pl}, Konditionen {pl}
angemessene Bedingung {f}
gegebene Bedingung
unter dieser Bedingung
unter einer Bedingung, unter einer Voraussetzung
unter keiner Bedingung
zu den gleichen Bedingungen
Bedingungen erfüllen
an eine Bedingung geknüpft
condition
conditions
reasonable term and condition
prevailing condition
on that condition
on one condition
on no condition
under the same conditions
to comply with conditions
conditional
zu jdm. etw. gehören; einer Sache angehören; zugehörig sein [geh.] {vi}
zu gehörend; einer Sache angehörend; zugehörig seined
zu gehört; einer Sache angegehört; zugehörig gewesen
die Teile die zur Uhr gehören
Die Inseln gehören zu Spanien.
Du gehörst zu mir.
Die Stimme gehört zu dem Mann der mich überfallen hat.
Löwen und Tiger gehören zur Familie der Katzen.
Er gehört keiner politischen Partei an.
Niemand fühlt sich der EU zugehörig.
to belong to sb. sth.
belonging to
belonged to
the parts belonging to the clock
The islands belong to Spain.
You belong to with me.
The voice belongs to the man who attacked me.
Lions and tigers belong to the cat family.
He does not belong to a political party.
No one has any sense of belonging to the EU.
Sinn {m}; Sinngehalt {m}; Bedeutung {f} (von etw.)
Sinne {pl}
Sinn ergeben; sinnvoll sein; vernünftig sein
in gewissem Sinne
im engeren Sinne
im guten wie im schlechten Sinn
im biblischen juristischen Sinn des Wortes
Ich habe die Wendung im wörtlichen übertragenen Sinn gebraucht.
Das Buch ist in jeder Hinsicht ein Klassiker.
Sie hat die Rede auswendig gelernt aber ihre Aussage überhaupt nicht verstanden.
Das ergibt keinen Sinn.; Das ist nicht sinnvoll.
Lies das und sag mir ob das Sinn ergibt.
Sein Benehmen ergibt hinten und vorne keinen Sinn.
sense (of sth.)
senses
to make sense
in a sense; in a certain manner
in the a narrow(er) strict(er) sense
in the good and in the bad sense.
in the biblical legal sense of the word
I was using the phrase in its literal figurative sense.
The book is a classic in every sense of the word.
She learned the speech by heart but missed the sense entirely.
It makes no sense.; There is no rhyme or reason in this. [fig.]
Read this and tell me if it makes sense.
There seems to be no rhyme or reason in his behaviour.
sich (durch etw. von jdm. etw.) unterscheiden {vi}
sich unterscheidend
sich unterschieden
es unterscheidet sich
es unterschied sich
es hat hatte sich unterschieden
Die neue Fassung unterscheidet sich stark gewaltig deutlich erheblich von der alten.
Seine Ansichten unterscheiden sich kaum von denen seiner Eltern.
Französisch unterscheidet sich in dieser Hinsicht von Italienisch.
Die Vorstellungen der Eltern über die Kinderbetreuung können weit auseinanderklaffen.
Ein Minimalpaar ist ein Wortpaar das sich nur durch ein Element unterscheidet.
Manager unterscheiden sich in ihrer Fähigkeit mit Stress umzugehen.
Die Geschmäcker sind verschieden besonders in Bezug auf Frauen.
to differ (from sb. sth. in sth.)
differing
differed
it differs
it differed
it has had differed
The new version differs widely greatly markedly considerably from the old one.
His views hardly differ from those of his parents.
French differs from Italien in this respect.; French and Italian differ in this respect.
Ideas on childcare may differ significantly between parents.
A minimal pair is a pair of words which differ only in one element contain a difference of only one element.
Managers differ from one another in their ability to handle stress.
Tastes differ especially in women.
Bezug {m}; Bezugnahme {f} (auf etw.) (Verweis)
im Bezug auf
in Bezug auf
in Bezug auf; in Hinsicht auf
in Bezug auf; unter ... Aspekt; in puncto
mit Bezug auf
ohne Bezug auf; unabhängig von
unter Bezugnahme auf; Bezug nehmend auf; bezugnehmend auf
rein informationshalber; nur informativ; nur für Dokumentationszwecke; nur für Aktenzwecke [adm.]; nur zu Evidenzwecken [adm.] [Ös.]
zur weiteren Verwendung; zu Dokumentationszwecken; für Aktenzwecke [adm]; zu Evidenzzwecken [adm.] [Ös.]; für Ihre Aktenhaltung [adm.]; zum Nachschlagen; für Nachschlagezwecke
In diesem Zusammenhang sei nochmals darauf hingewiesen dass ...
Informationshalber sei erwähnt dass ...; Der Ordnung halber sei festgehalten dass ...
Nur zur Information: seine Adresse lautet:
Wir beziehen uns auf Ihre Anfrage vom 5. Mai.
Die angeführten Zahlen dienen nur als Richtwert zur Orientierung.
Die konsolidierte Fassung ist kein amtliches Dokument und dient nur Dokumentationszwecken.
Wir legen einen Schulkalender 2009 10 zur weiteren Verwendung bei.
Wir werden den Fall ad acta legen aber die Angaben verbleiben für Aktenzwecke zu Evidenzzwecken [Ös.] in unserer Datenbank.
Halten Sie die Preisliste auf Akte in Evidenz [Ös] damit wir später darauf zurückgreifen können.
Behalten Sie bitte ein unterschriebenes Exemplar als Beleg für ihre Unterlagen.
Beachten Sie das bitte bei zukünftigen Gelegenheiten.
Zum schnellen Nachschlagen ist ein Stichwortverzeichnis enthalten.
reference (to sth.)
relating
in relation to; with reference to
with regard to
in terms of
in regard to; with regard to
without reference to
with reference to; in reference to; referring to
for reference only
for future reference; for your reference
In this connection reference should again be made to the fact that ...
For reference ...; For the record ...
For reference his address is:
Reference is made to your enquiry dated May 5th.
The given figures are for reference only.
The consolidated version is an unofficial document and is for reference only.
We are enclosing a 2009 10 School Calendar for your reference.
We will close the file but the details will remain on our database for future reference.
Keep the price list on file for future reference.
Please keep one signed copy for your reference.
Please be reminded of this for future reference.
An index is included for quick easy reference.

Deutsche Synonyme für in keiner Hinsicht

hinsicht  
Aspekt  Beziehung  Gesichtspunkt  Hinsicht  Kriterium  
keiner  
Anschauung  Ansicht  Auffassung  Betrachtung  Hinblick  Hinsicht  Meinung  
absolut  nie  nie  niemals  zu  keiner  Zeit  
gar  nicht  keiner  weder  noch  
auf  keinen  Fall  in  keiner  Weise  in  keinster  Weise  keinesfalls  keineswegs  mitnichten  nicht  
kein  Mensch  (umgangssprachlich)  kein  Schwein  (derb)  keine  Sau  (derb)  keiner  nicht  einer  niemand  

Englische Synonyme für respect

respect  Anschauung  OK  abide by  accept  acceptance  accord respect to  accordance  account  acquittal  acquittance  act up to  adhere to  adherence  admiration  admire  adoration  adore  advertence  advertency  affability  affect  agreeableness  alertness  allegiance  amenity  an in  angle  angle of vision  answer to  apotheosize  appertain to  applicability  application  apply to  appositeness  appreciate  appreciation  approbation  approval  approve  approve of  article  aspect  assiduity  assiduousness  assigned task  attend to  attention  attention span  attentiveness  attribute  awareness  awe  basis  be faithful to  be thoughtful of  bear on  bear upon  bearing  belong to  best wishes  bless  blessing  bounden duty  burden  business  call of duty  care  carrying out  case  characteristic  charge  civility  comity  commitment  comparison  complaisance  compliance  compliments  comply with  concentration  concern  concernment  configuration  conform to  conformance  conformity  connect  connection  consciousness  consider  considerateness  consideration  correspond to  count  countenance  courteousness  courtesy  credit  datum  deal with  dedication  defer to  deference  deify  detail  devoir  devoirs  devotion  diligence  discharge  do justice to  duties and responsibilities  duty  ear  earnestness  effect  eidolon  element  endorse  endorsement  entertain respect for  espial  espionage  esteem  estimation  ethics  etiquette  exalt  execution  eye  facet  fact  factor  fashion  favor  favorable regard  favorable vote  fealty  fear  feature  fellow feeling  figure  fill  follow  footing  form  frame of reference  framework  friendly relations  fulfill  fulfillment  germaneness  gestalt  good graces  good terms  good understanding  good wishes  goodwill  gracefulness  graciousness  greetings  guise  harmony  have connection with  have regard for  heed  heedfulness  heeding  hero-worship  hold by  hold in esteem  hold in reverence  hold with  homage  honor  ido  
respectable  Christian  OK  acceptable  adequate  admissible  all right  appreciable  appropriate  becoming  befitting  better than nothing  betwixt and between  blameless  chaste  clean  comely  conforming  considerable  correct  creditable  decent  decorous  demure  dignified  done  dull  erect  esteemed  estimable  ethical  fair  fair to middling  fairish  fate  full of integrity  genteel  good  good enough  goodish  goodly  held in esteem  high-minded  high-principled  highly esteemed  highly regarded  highly reputed  highly respectable  honest  honorable  honored  immaculate  in favor  in good odor  in high favor  indifferent  innocent  insipid  inviolate  irreproachable  just  lackluster  law-abiding  law-loving  law-revering  manly  mediocre  medium  meritorious  middling  moderate  modest  moral  namby-pamby  nice  noble  not amiss  not bad  not half bad  not so bad  of a kind  of a sort  of sorts  okay  passable  presentable  prestigious  pretty good  principled  proper  pure  reasonable  refined  reputable  reputed  respected  revered  reverend  right  right-minded  righteous  satisfactory  seemly  sensible  significant  sizable  sizeable  smart  so-so  spotless  stainless  sterling  substantial  sufficient  suitable  tedious  tidy  tolerable  true-dealing  true-devoted  true-disposing  true-souled  true-spirited  truehearted  unblemished  uncorrupt  uncorrupted  undefiled  unexceptionable  unimpeachable  unobjectionable  unspotted  unstained  unsullied  untarnished  upright  uprighteous  upstanding  vapid  venerable  venerated  virtuous  well-thought-of  wishy-washy  workmanlike  worshipful  worthy  yeomanly  
respected  admired  adored  appreciated  creditable  esteemed  estimable  held in esteem  held in respect  highly considered  highly esteemed  highly regarded  highly reputed  highly respectable  honorable  honored  in favor  in good odor  in high esteem  in high favor  meritorious  much-admired  noble  prestigious  prized  reputable  respectable  revered  reverenced  reverend  valued  venerable  venerated  well-considered  well-thought-of  worshiped  worshipful  worthy  
respectful  acclamatory  accommodating  admiring  affable  agreeable  appreciative  approbatory  attentive  cap in hand  ceremonious  civil  commendatory  complaisant  complimentary  conscientious  considerate  cordial  courteous  deferential  duteous  dutiful  encomiastic  ethical  eulogistic  fair  flattering  gentlemanly  graceful  gracious  honorific  ladylike  laudatory  mannerly  moral  obedient  obliging  observant  panegyric  polite  regardful  reverent  reverential  scrupulous  solicitous  tactful  thoughtful  urbane  well-behaved  well-mannered  
respecting  about  anent  apropos of  as for  as regards  as respects  as to  concerning  in connection with  in point of  in re  in reference to  in regard to  in relation to  in relation with  in respect to  of  on  pertaining to  pertinent to  re  referring to  regarding  relating to  relative to  speaking of  touching  upon  with regard to  with respect to  
respective  absolute  certain  common  communal  commutual  concrete  conjoint  corresponding  defined  definite  detailed  determinate  different  distinct  distinguished  distributional  distributive  equal  esoteric  especial  even stephen  exceptional  express  extraordinary  fifty-fifty  fixed  half  half-and-half  halvers  individual  inner  intimate  joint  minute  mutual  noteworthy  own  particular  per capita  per head  personal  pertinent  precise  private  pro rata  proportional  proportionate  prorated  relevant  separate  several  singular  solipsistic  special  specific  two-way  
respectively  apiece  commonly  communally  distributively  each  each to each  entre nous  even stephen  fifty-fifty  half-and-half  in equal shares  in proportion  individually  inter se  jointly  mutatis mutandis  mutually  one by one  per annum  per capita  pro rata  proportionately  separately  severally  singly  

Lexikoneinträge für respect / in this respect; in this regard / in a sense; in a way / in some respects; in certain respects / in other respects / in every respect; in all respects; in every sense; on all counts / on both counts / in a manner of speaking; by all acounts / in many respects

By-respect (n.) Private end or view
Common sense () See Common sense, under Sense.
Home-speaking (n.) Direct, forcible, and effective speaking.
Manner (n.) Mode of action
Manner (n.) Characteristic mode of acting, conducting, carrying one's self, or the like
Manner (n.) Customary method of acting
Manner (n.) Carriage
Manner (n.) The style of writing or thought of an author
Manner (n.) Certain degree or measure
Manner (n.) Sort
Regard (v. t.) To keep in view
Regard (v. t.) Hence, to look or front toward
Regard (v. t.) To look closely at
Regard (v. t.) To look upon, as in a certain relation
Regard (v. t.) To consider and treat
Regard (v. t.) To pay respect to
Regard (v. t.) To take into consideration
Regard (v. t.) To have relation to, as bearing upon
Regard (v. i.) To look attentively
Regard (v. t.) A look
Regard (v. t.) Attention of the mind with a feeling of interest
Regard (v. t.) That view of the mind which springs from perception of value, estimable qualities, or anything that excites admiration
Regard (v. t.) State of being regarded, whether favorably or otherwise
Regard (v. t.) Consideration
Regard (v. t.) Matter for consideration
Regard (v. t.) Respect
Regard (v. t.) Object of sight
Regard (v. t.) Supervision
Respect (v. t.) To take notice of
Respect (v. t.) To consider worthy of esteem
Respect (v. t.) To look toward
Respect (v. t.) To regard
Respect (v. t.) To have regard to
Respect (v.) The act of noticing with attention
Respect (v.) Esteem
Respect (v.) An expression of respect of deference
Respect (v.) Reputation
Respect (v.) Relation
Respect (v.) Particular
Respect (v.) Consideration
Self-respect (n.) Respect for one's self
Sense (v. t.) A faculty, possessed by animals, of perceiving external objects by means of impressions made upon certain organs (sensory or sense organs) of the body, or of perceiving changes in the condition of the body
Sense (v. t.) Perception by the sensory organs of the body
Sense (v. t.) Perception through the intellect
Sense (v. t.) Sound perception and reasoning
Sense (v. t.) That which is felt or is held as a sentiment, view, or opinion
Sense (v. t.) Meaning
Sense (v. t.) Moral perception or appreciation.
Sense (v. t.) One of two opposite directions in which a line, surface, or volume, may be supposed to be described by the motion of a point, line, or surface.
Sense (v. t.) To perceive by the senses
Speaking (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Speak
Speaking (a.) Uttering speech
Speaking (a.) Seeming to be capable of speech

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

gaze
regard
a long fixed look, he fixed his paternal gaze on me
obedience respect behavior intended to please your parents, their children were never very strong on obedience, he went to law school out of respect for his father's wishes
deference
respect
a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard, his deference to her wishes was very flattering, be sure to give my respects to the dean
last respects the act of expressing respect for someone who has died, he paid his last respects by standing quietly at the graveside
speaking trumpet a trumpet-shaped acoustic device to intensify and direct the human voice, formerly held to the ear by a hard-of-hearing person
speaking tube a tube for conveying the sound of a voice from one room to another
humor humour sense of humor
sense of humour
the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous, she didn't appreciate my humor, you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor
manner personal manner a way of acting or behaving
bedside manner manner or conduct of a physician in the presence of a patient
deference respect
respectfulness
courteous regard for people's feelings, in deference to your wishes, out of respect for his privacy
manner mode
style
way fashion
how something is done or how it happens, her dignified manner, his rapid manner of talking, their nomadic mode of existence, in the characteristic New York style, a lonely way of life, in an abrasive fashion
walk
manner of walking
manner of walking, he had a funny walk
purposefulness
sense of purpose
the quality of having a definite purpose
sense organ
sensory receptor
receptor
an organ having nerve endings (in the skin or viscera or eye or ear or nose or mouth) that respond to stimulation
common sense
good sense
gumption
horse sense
sense mother wit
sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away
road sense good judgment in avoiding trouble or accidents on the road
sense sensation sentience
sentiency
sensory faculty
the faculty through which the external world is apprehended, in the dark he had to depend on touch and on his senses of smell and hearing
modality
sense modality
sensory system
a particular sense
sight
vision visual sense
visual modality
the ability to see, the visual faculty
touch sense of touch
skin senses
touch modality
cutaneous senses
the faculty by which external objects or forces are perceived through contact with the body (especially the hands), only sight and touch enable us to locate objects in the space around us
hearing
audition
auditory sense
sense of hearing
auditory modality
the ability to hear, the auditory faculty, his hearing was impaired
taste gustation
sense of taste
gustatory modality
the faculty of distinguishing sweet, sour, bitter, and salty properties in the mouth, his cold deprived him of his sense of taste
smell sense of smell
olfaction
olfactory modality
the faculty that enables us to distinguish scents
kinesthesis
kinaesthesis
kinesthesia kinaesthesia kinesthetics
muscle sense
sense of movement
the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body
equilibrium
labyrinthine sense
vestibular sense
sense of balance
sense of equilibrium
a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head
somesthesia
somesthesis
somaesthesia
somaesthesis
somatesthesia
somataesthesis
somatosensory system
somatic sensory system
somatic sense
the faculty of bodily perception, sensory systems associated with the body, includes skin senses and proprioception and the internal organs
sense a general conscious awareness, a sense of security, a sense of happiness, a sense of danger, a sense of self
sense of direction an awareness of your orientation in space
sense of responsibility an awareness of your obligations
attentiveness
heed
regard paying attention
paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people), his attentiveness to her wishes, he spends without heed to the consequences
insight
sixth sense
grasping the inner nature of things intuitively
sensation
esthesis
aesthesis
sense experience
sense impression
sense datum
an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation, a sensation of touch
sense a natural appreciation or ability, a keen musical sense, a good sense of timing
respect
regard
(usually preceded by `in') a detail or point, it differs in that respect
manner a kind, what manner of man are you?
visual field
field of vision
field of regard
all of the points of the physical environment that can be perceived by a stable eye at a given moment
respect esteem
regard
an attitude of admiration or esteem, she lost all respect for him
troponym
manner name
a word that denotes a manner of doing something, `march' is a troponym of `walk'
title title of respect
form of address
an identifying appellation signifying status or function: e.g. `Mr.' or `General', the professor didn't like his friends to use his formal title
sense tagger a tagging program whose labels indicate the meanings of words or expressions
sense
signified
the meaning of a word or expression, the way in which a word or expression or situation can be interpreted, the dictionary gave several senses for the word, in the best sense charity is really a duty, the signifier is linked to the signified
word meaning
word sense
acceptation
the accepted meaning of a word
regard
wish compliments
(usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare, give him my kind regards, my best wishes
respects (often used with `pay') a formal expression of esteem, he paid his respects to the mayor
manner of speaking
speech delivery
your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally, his manner of speaking was quite abrupt, her speech was barren of southernisms, I detected a slight accent in his speech
speaking speech production the utterance of intelligible speech
public speaking
speechmaking
speaking
oral presentation
delivering an address to a public audience, people came to see the candidates and hear the speechmaking
attachment
fond regard
a feeling of affection for a person or an institution
regard respect a feeling of friendship and esteem, she mistook his manly regard for love, he inspires respect
conscience
scruples
moral sense
sense of right and wrong
motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person's thoughts and actions
sense of shame
sense of duty
a motivating awareness of ethical responsibility
sense of the meeting general agreement reached by an assembled group, no vote was taken, but after each discussion the chair summed up the sense of the meeting
esteem
regard
respect
the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded), it is held in esteem, a man who has earned high regard
count per minute
counts
minute
frequency per minute
sense comprehend, I sensed the real meaning of his letter
smell
smell out
sense
become aware of not through the senses but instinctively, I sense his hostility, i smell trouble, smell out corruption
think of repute
regard as
look upon
look on
esteem
take to be
look on as or consider, she looked on this affair as a joke, He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician, He is reputed to be intelligent
see
consider
reckon
view
regard
deem to be, She views this quite differently from me, I consider her to be shallow, I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do
respect
esteem value prize
prise
regard highly, think much of, I respect his judgement, We prize his creativity
feel
sense
perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles, He felt the wind, She felt an object brushing her arm, He felt his flesh crawl, She felt the heat when she got out of the car
regard
consider
look at attentively
sense detect some circumstance or entity automatically, This robot can sense the presence of people in the room, particle detectors sense ionization
respect
honor honour abide by observe
show respect towards, honor your parents!
make sense
add up
be reasonable or logical or comprehensible
involve affect
regard
connect closely and often incriminatingly, This new ruling affects your business
speaking(a) capable of or involving speech or speaking, human beings--the speaking animals, a speaking part in the play
Bantu-speaking able to communicate in Bantu
English-speaking able to communicate in English
Finno-Ugric-speaking able to communicate in a Finno-Ugric language
Flemish-speaking able to communicate in Flemish
French-speaking able to communicate in French
Gaelic-speaking able to communicate in Gaelic
German-speaking able to communicate in German
Icelandic-speaking able to communicate in Icelandic
Italian-speaking able to communicate in Italian
Japanese-speaking able to communicate in Japanese
Kannada-speaking able to communicate in Kannada
Livonian-speaking able to communicate in Livonian
Oscan-speaking able to communicate in Oscan
Russian-speaking able to communicate in Russian
Samoyedic-speaking able to communicate in Samoyedic
Semitic-speaking able to communicate in a Semitic language
Siouan-speaking able to communicate in a Siouan language
Spanish-speaking able to communicate in Spanish
Turkic-speaking able to communicate in Turkic
Bantu-speaking of or relating to people who speak Bantu, the Bantu-speaking people of Africa
somehow
someway
someways
in some way
in some manner
in some unspecified way or manner, or by some unspecified means, they managed somehow, he expected somehow to discover a woman who would love him, he tried to make is someway acceptable
there in that respect
on that point
in that matter, I agree with you there
broadly
loosely broadly speaking
generally
without regard to specific details or exceptions, he interprets the law broadly
properly speaking
strictly speaking
to be precise
in actual fact, properly speaking, they are not husband and wife
bestially
brutishly
in a beastly manner
in an inhumane manner, she treated her husband bestially

 

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