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honour

US [ˈɑnər]
UK [ˈɒnə(r)]
  • n.荣誉;荣幸;尊敬;光荣
  • v.尊敬;给予表扬(或奖励、头衔、称号);执行(承诺)
  • Web名誉;敬意;荣耀
Plural Form:honours  Present Participle:honouring  Past Participle:honoured  
Honour
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n.
尊敬respect
1.
[u]
尊敬;尊重;崇敬great respect and admiration for sb
the guest of honour(= the most important one)
贵宾
the seat/place of honour(= given to the most important guest)
上座;下席
They stood in silence as a mark of honour to her.
他们肃立以示对她的敬意。
荣幸privilege
2.
[sing]
荣幸;光荣something that you are very pleased or proud to do because people are showing you great respect
It was a great honour to be invited here today.
今天承蒙邀请到此,深感荣幸。
道德品行moral behaviour
3.
[u]
正义感;道义;节操the quality of knowing and doing what is morally right
a man of honour
品德高尚的人
Proving his innocence has become a matter of honour.
证实他的清白已经成了一件道义上的事。
名誉reputation
4.
[u]
荣誉;名誉;他人的尊敬a good reputation; respect from other people
upholding the honour of your country
捍卫祖国的荣誉
The family honour is at stake.
家族名誉岌岌可危。
5.
[sing]
~ to sth/sb
引起尊敬(或尊重、崇敬)的人(或事物)a person or thing that causes others to respect and admire sth/sb
She is an honour to the profession.
她是这一行业的光荣。
奖励award
6.
[c]
(为表扬某人的)奖励,荣誉称号,头衔an award, official title, etc. given to sb as a reward for sth that they have done
the New Year's Honours list(= in Britain, a list of awards and titles given on January 1 each year)
(英国)元旦受勋者名册
to win the highest honour
赢得最高荣誉
He was buried with full military honours(= with a special military service as a sign of respect).
他以隆重的军葬礼下葬。
大学;学校at university/school
7.
[pl]
大学荣誉学位课程;(美国学校的)优等班a university course that is of a higher level than a basic course (in the US also used to describe a class in school which is at a higher level than other classes)
an honours degree/course
荣誉学位╱课程
a First Class Honours degree
一级荣誉学位
I took an honors class in English.
我选了一个英语优等班课程。
8.
[pl]
优异成绩if you pass an exam or graduate from a university or schoolwith honours , you receive a special mark/grade for having achieved a very high standard
法官;市长judge/mayor
9.
[c]
法官大人;(美国)市长阁下a title of respect used when talking to or about a judge or a US mayor
No more questions, Your Honour.
没有其他问题了,法官大人。
纸牌游戏in card games
10.
[c][usupl]
最大点数的牌the cards that have the highest value
IDM
Would you do me the honour of dining with me?
你能赏光和我一块吃饭吗?
do sb an honour|do sb the honour (of doing sth)
使增光;赏光;给…带来荣誉to do sth to make sb feel very proud and pleased
Would you do me the honour of dining with me?
你能赏光和我一块吃饭吗?
Would you do the honours and draw the winning ticket?
能劳驾为我们抽出获奖的票吗?
do the honours
履行社交责任;执行仪式to perform a social duty or ceremony, such as pouring drinks, making a speech, etc.
Would you do the honours and draw the winning ticket?
能劳驾为我们抽出获奖的票吗?
May I have the honour of the next dance?
能赏光和我跳下一曲舞吗?
have the honour of sth/of doing sth
得到某殊荣;有幸做某事to be given the opportunity to do sth that makes you feel proud and happy
May I have the honour of the next dance?
能赏光和我跳下一曲舞吗?
(there is) honour among thieves
盗亦有道used to say that even criminals have standards of behaviour that they respect
She felt honour-bound to attend as she had promised to.
她觉得既然答应了就应该出席。
(feel) honour-bound to do sth
(感到)道义上应做某事to feel that you must do sth because of your sense of moral duty
She felt honour-bound to attend as she had promised to.
她觉得既然答应了就应该出席。
the honours are even
势均力敌;不分胜负no particular person, team, etc. is doing better than the others in a competition, an argument, etc.
a ceremony in honour of those killed in the explosion
为纪念爆炸中的死难者所举行的仪式
A banquet was held in her honour.
为欢迎她而设宴。
in honour of sb/sth|in sbs/sths honour
为向…表示敬意in order to show respect and admiration for sb/sth
a ceremony in honour of those killed in the explosion
为纪念爆炸中的死难者所举行的仪式
A banquet was held in her honour.
为欢迎她而设宴。
I swear on my honour that I knew nothing about this.
我以人格担保我根本不知道这件事。
You're on your honour not to go into my room.
依你的人格,相信你不会进我的房间。
on your honour
用人格担保;以名誉担保used to promise very seriously that you will do sth or that sth is true
I swear on my honour that I knew nothing about this.
我以人格担保我根本不知道这件事。
受到信任;被信赖to be trusted to do sth
You're on your honour not to go into my room.
依你的人格,相信你不会进我的房间。
v.
表示敬意show respect
1.
~ sb (with sth)
尊敬,尊重(某人)to do sth that shows great respect for sb/sth
The President honoured us with a personal visit.
总统亲临,使我们感到荣幸。
our honoured guests
我们的贵宾
I'm glad to see that you've decided to honour us with your presence !
很高兴看到你已决定大驾光临!
颁奖give award
2.
~ sb/sth (with sth) (for sth)
给予表扬(或奖励、头衔、称号)to give public praise, an award or a title to sb for sth they have done
He has been honoured with a knighthood for his scientific work.
他因科研成就而获授爵士头衔。
遵守诺言keep promise
3.
~ sth
信守,执行(承诺)to do what you have agreed or promised to do
I have every intention of honouring our contract.
我完全愿意执行我们的合约。
to honour a cheque(= to keep an agreement to pay it)
承兑支票
IDM
I was honoured to have been mentioned in his speech.
他在讲话中提到了我,真是荣幸。
be/feel honoured (to do sth)
(做某事)感到荣幸to feel proud and happy
I was honoured to have been mentioned in his speech.
他在讲话中提到了我,真是荣幸。

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