honour

英 ['ɒnə] 美
  • n. 荣誉;尊敬;勋章
  • vt. 尊敬;[金融] 承兑;承兑远期票据
  • n. (Honour)人名;(英)昂纳
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honour: [12] English acquired honour via Old French honour from honōr-, the stem form of Latin honōs (later honor). It is not known where the Latin word came from. Derivatives to reach English include honest, honesty, honorary [17], and honorarium [17] (which in Latin denoted virtually a bribe paid in order to get appointed to an honorary post).
=> honest, honesty
honour
chiefly British English spelling of honor; also see -or. Related: Honoured; honouring; honours.
1. I impressed on him what a huge honour he was being offered.
我让他铭记他当时被授予了多么大的荣誉。

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2. Caste is defined primarily by social honour attained through personal life-style.
社会等级制度主要是通过个人生活方式赢得的社会荣誉来确定。

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3. The two sides agreed to honour a new ceasefire.
双方同意执行新的停火协议。

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4. On the following day a feast was given in King John's honour.
第二天设宴款待约翰王。

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5. Ellsworth was a martyr to his sense of honour and responsibility.
埃尔斯沃思深为自己的荣誉感和责任感所累。

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