احترام, اعتبار, تبجيلاحترم, ثمن, قدر, قوم, أجل
Noun(1) the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded(2) a feeling of delighted approval and liking(3) an attitude of admiration or esteem
Verb(1) regard highly; think much of(2) look on as or consider
(1) he was held in high esteem by colleagues(2) Consultants are next only to God in public esteem ; their word is holy writ.(3) If the Government wants to know why it is so far behind in the public's esteem , I can tell its members that it is because people are sick of that approach.(4) It would be hard to argue with her that female-dominated professions - with the possible exception of opera divas - suffer from low public esteem and poor pay.(5) At a time when Westminster has never been lower in public esteem , parliament needs an honest broker who commands respect from all sides.(6) He is an honourable person respected and held in esteem by his colleagues.(7) He occupied a position in public esteem in the nineteenth century at least comparable to that of Einstein in the twentieth century.(8) It is not surprising that public contempt for parliament increases and that broadcasting House of Commons' debates has resulted in MPs falling even lower in public esteem .(9) Words cannot easily express my esteem for him.(10) It highlights a problem linked to pay and conditions, hours worked and the general lack of esteem in which the public sector is now held.(11) But the alternative is to watch the political class sink further in public esteem .(12) I should esteem it a favour if you could speak to them(13) Every time he rose to, or even approached, the heights of success and public esteem , he was suddenly plunged down into the depths of media excoriation.(14) I would esteem it a favour if you would accept these two photos.(15) At least in the short term, he says, Washington reporters enjoyed a surge in public esteem as they covered the crisis.(16) Matthew is held in great affection and esteem by public servants across Australia as well as in Canberra for his tireless work on their behalf.
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Different Formsdisesteem, disesteemed, disesteeming, disesteems, esteem, esteemed, esteeming, esteems
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