honor en Español

Pronunciación
[honor (Amer.) ] s. honor, dignidad, honorabilidad, honra, pundonor; elogio, homenaje, prez
v. honrar, distinguir, enaltecer, engrandecer, glorificar, guardar respeto, homenajear, honorar, laurear, rendir homenaje, rendir homenaje a, rendir honor, rendir tributo, reverenciar; observar

honor en Inglés

Pronunciación
[honor (m)] n. honor; credit; privilege

Ejemplos

You honor us with your visit my dear friend.
Nos honras con tu visita querido amigo.
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Both feared and respected, Egypt’s charioteers were honoured citizens.
Temidos y respetados por igual, los aurigas egipcios eran ciudadanos honorables.
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A tribe of natives once honored Christopher Columbus with an all-he-could-eat feast. Years of famine followed.
Una vez, una tribu de indígenas honró a Cristóbal Colón con un festín de "todo lo que puedas comer". Años de hambruna lo siguieron.
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An immense monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.
Se erigió un inmenso monumento en honor al eminente filósofo.
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An immense monument was erected in honor of the noble patriot.
Un enorme monumento fue erigido en honor al noble patriota.
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And honour the face of the old man.
Sé amable con la gente mayor.
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At the inauguration ceremony a plaque was unveiled in honor of the founder.
En la ceremonia de inauguración se descubrió una placa en honor al fundador.
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Christopher Columbus, as everyone knows, is honored by posterity because he was the last to discover America.
Cristóbal Colón, como todo el mundo sabe, es reverenciado por la posteridad, porque él fue el último en descubrir América.
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During the Middle Ages, honor was fundamental to the life of the free man and of the Christian man.
Durante la Edad Media, el honor era fundamental en la vida de un hombre libre y de un cristiano.
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Fortunately the guest of honor did not pick up on the allusion.
Afortunadamente, el invitado de honor no captó la alusión.
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Sinónimos

bestow honor or rewards upon: toast, drink, ennoble, pledge, honour, dignify, wassail, decorate, recognise, recognize, reward, salute
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction: letter, citation, crown, decoration, aliyah, seal, ribbon, laurel wreath, commendation, Emmy, Nobel prize, Oscar, honorable mention, Academy Award, Prix de Rome, varsity letter, degree, honour, symbol, award, mention, medallion, medal, seal of approval, trophy, prize, laurels, Prix Goncourt, accolade, academic degree, pennant, cachet, palm
the state of being honored: standing, glory, honour, celebrity, regard, fame, repute, renown, reputation, esteem, laurels, respect, glorification
the quality of being honorable and having a good name: honour, righteousness
show respect towards: honour, tolerate, accept, observe, lionise, abide by, lionize, respect, celebrate
accept as pay: honour, have, accept, take
a woman's virtue or chastity: pureness, purity, honour, sexual morality, chastity, virtue



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