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honor 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈänər/,
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honors, plural; honours, plural;
  1. Regard with great respect
    • - Joyce has now learned to honor her father's memory
    • - an honored guest
  2. Pay public respect to
    • - talented writers were honored at a special ceremony
  3. Grace; privilege
    • - the Princess honored the ball with her presence
    • - I felt honored to be invited
  4. (in square dancing) Salute (another dancer) with a bow

  5. Fulfill (an obligation) or keep (an agreement)
    • - make sure the franchisees honor the terms of the contract
  6. Accept (a bill) or pay (a check) when due
    • - the bank informed him that the check would not be honored
Noun
  1. High respect; esteem
    • - his portrait hangs in the place of honor
  2. A person or thing that brings credit
    • - you are an honor to our profession
  3. Adherence to what is right or to a conventional standard of conduct
    • - I must as a matter of honor avoid any taint of dishonesty
  4. A privilege
    • - the great poet of whom it is my honor to speak tonight
  5. An exalted position
    • - the honor of being horse of the year
  6. A thing conferred as a distinction, esp. an official award for bravery or achievement
    • - the highest military honors
  7. A special distinction for proficiency in an examination
    • - she passed with honors
  8. A class or course of degree studies more specialized than that of the ordinary level
    • - an honors degree in mathematics
  9. A title of respect given to or used in addressing a judge or a mayor

  10. The right of teeing off first, having won the previous hole

  11. A woman's chastity or her reputation for this
    • - she died defending her honor
  12. An ace, king, queen, or jack

  13. Possession in one's hand of at least four of the ace, king, queen, and jack of trumps, or of all four aces in no trumps, for which a bonus is scored

  14. (in whist) An ace, king, queen, or jack of trumps


  1. award: a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
  2. bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageous action"
  3. respect: show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
  4. the state of being honored
  5. accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts"
  6. the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor"
  7. Honor or Honour (from the Latin word honor, honoris) is the evaluation of a person's trustworthiness and social status based on that individual's espousals and actions. ...
  8. Honor was a Polish Rock Against Communism (RAC) band. Their lyrical themes are related to National Socialism, neopaganism and the white power skinhead movement. Until 1999, the band played typical RAC, and then moved to pagan metal music. ...
  9. Honor is a primarily feminine given name derived from the word "honor", taken from a Latin root word honos, honoris. It was a virtue name in use by the Puritans. ...
  10. STAR is an interbank network and EFTPOS network in the United States. It is the largest American interbank network, with 250,000 ATMs , 134 million cardholders and over 5,700 participating financial institutions. ...
  11. An objectification of praiseworthiness, respect. (I.e., something that represents praiseworthiness, respect. ...
  12. (honored) Respected, having received honor
  13. (HONORED) The Elite of Yautja society. They have earned more kills than the average hunter and are skilled in all ways. They comprise approximately 10% of the populace.
  14. ("honoring") a dog's remaining seated in alert readiness on the line while another dog works.
  15. (Honors) The team who tosses first, resulting from the team scoring last.
  16. (HONORS) classes designated with “XX” in the course schedule; requires permission; contact the Honors Program (UH 331, 706-729-2083) for information on ASU’s Honors Program.
  17. (Honors (for Associate Degrees and Certificates)) A recognition given to students who earn an associate degree or certificate with a cumulative GPA between of 3.500 and 3.749. This recognition will only appear on the transcript.
  18. (Honors) A title of distinction granted to undergraduates who achieve high grade point averages. Among graduating seniors in each school and college, the Latin honors expressions are defined as follows: Cum Laude—“with praise” or “with distinction”; Magna Cum Laude—“with great praise” or “with ...
  19. (Honors) Ceremonies conducted in honor of a visiting dignitary, usually involving sideboys and occasionally, a band and honor guard.
  20. (Honors) Most colleges recognize good grades in the form of academic honors. Dean's List is the most common award. ...
  21. (Honors) The five count cominos:  , , , , and .  (See also Count.)
  22. (Honors) The titles of Past Commander-in-Chief, Past Department Commander and Past Camp Commander (or Past National President, Past Department President and Past President) grantedto an individual upon completion of a period of service to the Order. ...
  23. (Honors) n. A classification of tiles consisting of all Winds and Colors (Dragons). Groups of these tiles are generally worth more points.
  24. Players will gain honor when successfully defeat enemies in NPC battles. Honor can be used to accelerate hero training, upgrade Techs of War Academy and exchange for RP.
  25. When you score lowest on a given hole, thus earning the right to tee up first on the next tee.