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respect [ ris'pekt] n.&vt.尊敬,尊重

have respect for 尊重;考虑

in respect that 因为,考虑到

pay respect to 考虑,关心,重视

with respect to 关于,至于

with respect to 关于

with respect to
关于

respect [ris'pekt] vt.& n. 尊敬,尊重

respect [ris'pekt] n.遵守,关系

和平共处五项原则: 互相尊重领土完整和主权、互不侵犯、互不干涉内政、平等互利、和平共处
Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence: mutual respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence

平等、互利、互相尊重主权和领土完整 equality,mutual benefit,mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity

you look great today.(你今天看上去很棒。)【每天都可以用!】
you did a good job. (你干得非常好。)【国际最通用的表扬!】
we're so proud of you.(我们十分为你骄傲。)【最高级的表扬!】
i'm very pleased with your work.(我对你的工作非常满意。)【正式、真诚的赞扬!】
this is really a nice place.(这真是个好地方!)【随口就说、但效果很好的表扬!】
you're looking sharp!(你看上去真精神/真棒/真漂亮。)【与众不同的表扬!】
you always know the right thing to say. = you're very eloquent.(你总是说话得体。)【高层次的表扬!】
nice going! = you did a good job.(干得好!)【极其地道的表扬!】
the food is delicious.(好吃!)【最普通、但非常重要的表扬!】
everything tastes great.(每样东西都很美味!)
your son/daughter is so cute.(你的孩子很可爱。)【外国人绝对喜欢听的表扬!】
what an adorable baby!(多么可爱的孩子。)【只管大胆用!】
i admire your work. = i respect your work.(我对你的工作表示敬意。)【世界通用!】
you've got a great personality.(你的个性很好。)【一个非常安全的表扬!】
you have a good sense of humor.(你真幽默。)【美国人极其喜欢的表扬!】
your chinese is really surprising.(你的中文令人惊讶。)【绝对和其他人不一样的表扬!】
your english is incredible.(我真不敢相信你的英语。)【用了六星级形容词!】
you have a very successful business.(你的事业很成功。)【现代人非常喜欢听!】
you're very professional.(你非常专业。)【专业化的表扬!】
your company is very impressive.(你的公司给我留下深刻印象。)
you're so smart.(你非常聪明。)
i envy you very much.(我非常羡慕你。)
your wife is very charming.(你的妻子很有魅力!)
you two make a lovely couple.(你们真是天生的一对!)
you're really talented.(你很有天赋。)
you look nice in that color.(你穿那种颜色很好看。)
you have a good taste.(你很有品位。)
you look like a million dollars. = you look outstanding.=you look like a movie star.(你看上去帅呆了。)

with respect to 如果...将怎么样

Guidelines on Election-related Activities in respect of the 1998 Legislative Council Elections 《一九九八年立法会选举活动指引》

Civilization is a method of living, an attitude of equal respect for all men.
文明是一种生活方法,一种对所有的人同样尊重的态度。

All the great religions are fundamentally equal. We must have innate respect for other religions as we have for our own.
一切伟大的宗教在根本上都是等同的。我们对于其它宗教,必须像对自己的宗教一样怀着天然的敬意。

Respect is a very important part of any relationship.
相互尊重是人际关系中一个重要的方面。

We respect his skill because he is an expert at his work.
我们尊重他的技术,因为他是那个行当的专家。

Their working together was based on mutual respect, trust and understanding.
他们的合作是建立在相互尊重、信任和理解的基础上的。

With respect to their reasons for immigrating, Grassy does not deny their frequently noted fact that some of the immigrants of the 1630’s, most notably the organizers and clergy, advanced religious explanations for departure, but he finds that such explanations usually assumed primacy only in retrospect.
对于他们移民原因的细节,Grassy并不否认他们经常提出的事实-17世纪30年代的一些移民主要由组织家和牧师组成,提出了要离开的宗教解释,但他发现只是以回顾的方式推定的基本情况。

In this respect she resembled one of her favourite contemporaries, Mary Brunton, who would rather have “ glided through the world unknown” than been suspected of literary airs—to be shunned, as literary women are, by the more pretending of their own sex, and abhorred, as literary women are, by the more pretending of the other!
在这方面,她很像所喜欢的同时代人中的一位Mary Brunton一样被回避着,和许多女性作家更多的来掩饰其性别憎恶,和其它方面,Mary是宁愿在无名的世界中悄然而去,也不愿被怀疑是在卖弄文艺。

Unaware that their own ability has developed through the years, they assume the new generation of young people must be hopeless in this respect.
因为不了解这些你那里他们的能力已经进步了,他们认为在这个方面新一代的年轻人肯定没有希望了。

The quick adoption of the scheme may have indicated less about the state lawmaker’s respect for working people than about a fear of risking their anger.
“劳动日”很快被采纳,更大程度上表明国家法律制定者害怕激起工人阶级的愤怒,并非体现对工人阶级的尊重。

Americans are proud of their variety and individuality, yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of an elevator operator or the uniform of a five-star general.
美国人对于多元化和个人个性感到骄傲,因此他们更加喜欢和看重的不是制服,不管是一个电梯操作员的制服还是五星上将的制服。

He commands the respect of all who know him well.
所有了解他的人都对他非常尊敬。

If they had any respect for human life they wouldn't do such terrible things.
他们如果还顾及人的生命就不会做出这样可怕的事来。

I deeply respect her courage.
我深深敬佩她的勇气。

我很尊敬他。
I respect him.
I highly respect him. *强调说法。
I look up to him.

有点自尊心吧!
Respect yourself.

他看不起我。
He looks down on me.
He despises me.
He respects me. (他尊重我。)

We cannot proceed any further without receiving your thoughts with respect to the manner of payment.
我们如果不了解你们对付款方式的意见,便不能进一步检讨。

He that respects not is not respected.
欲受人敬,要先敬人。

Respect yourself, or no one else will respect you.
君须自敬,人乃敬之。

Without respect, love cannot go far.
如不相互尊重,爱情就难发展。

We are very sorry not to be able to give you a definite reply in respect of the above matter.
就上述事情,我方歉难给予肯定的答复。

We cannot proceed any further without receiving your thoughts with respect to the manner of payment.
我们如果不了解你们对付款方式的意见,便不能进一步检讨。

Assuredly, the most gifted man errs who, in dealing with humanity, depends upon his own insight
and intelligence and discards the moral law of society, created by respect for the individual,
and those principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, the basis of our civilization, and the
essence of Christianity.
Ferdinand foch, Frcnch marshal
的确,在处理人的问题时,如果只依赖个人的见识与才智,抛弃为尊重个人而制定的社会道德法律,抛弃作为
我们文明基础和基督教要素的自由、平等、博爱的原则,那么,即使是最有天才的人,也肯定会犯错误。
法国元帅福煦F.

No artist of performer can entirely escape the lure of fame and its promise of endless admiration and respect, but there is a heavy price one must pay for it.
Howards Mesvin, American essayist
没有一位艺术家或表演家能完全逃避荣誉的引诱,荣誉给他们带来无穷的赞扬和崇敬,但他们要付出的代价也是非常昂贵的。
美国散文家麦尔文.H.

Throughout life, we rely on small groups of people for love, admira-tion, respect, moral support, and help.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, American thinker
整个一生,我们都有赖于从一些人群中获得友爱、觉识、尊重、道义支持和帮助。
美国思想家爱默生.R.W.

If there are provisions as otherwise stated in respect to contracts in other laws, such provisions shall be followed.
其他法律对合同另有规定的,应依照这些规定。

I've always respected him.我一直很尊敬他。

respect n. 尊敬,尊重,关心;vt. 尊敬,注意,遵守

@@@ 就...来说/而言
as ... go(es) 就...来说
as far as 1.远到..., 直到...
2.就...而言, 从...来看; 尽...所能
by and large 总的来说, 一般来说
in general 通常, 一般而言; 大体上
in short 简而言之
in terms of ... 从...立场; 就...而言
on the part of 就...而言; 代表...;
由...做出的
on the whole 总之, 总的来说
when it comes to 一谈到...; 就...而论
with respect to 就...而言; 在...方面

@@@ 方面
advise sb. on sth. 给某人某方面的建议
assistance in 在...方面的帮助
from far and near 从四面八方
in all directions 向四面八方
in the way of sth. 在...方面; 至于...
in ... respect 在...方面
make progress 在...方面取得进步
share sth. with sb. 与某人分享某物; 与...共有或合用某物;
在...方面有共同之处
with respect to 就...而言; 在...方面

We are sorry we cannot oblige you in this respect.
很抱歉,我们在这方面不能答应你方的要求。

To respect the local custom of the buying country is one important aspect of China's foreign policy.
尊重买方国家的风俗习惯是我国贸易政策的一个重要方面。

We will do our best to ship the goods as early as possible, and we feel sure that the shipment will be satisfactory to you in every respect. 
我们将尽力早日装运,并相信你方对这批货物会全方位满意。

拜 [bài] /to pay respect/worship/visit/salute/

拜见 [bài jiàn] /pay a formal visit/call to pay respects/meet one's senior or superior/

拜望 [bài wàng] /call to pay one's respect/call on/

拜谒 [bài yè] /pay a formal visit/call to pay respects/pay homage (at a monument, mausoleum, etc)/

表示敬意 [biǎo shì jìng yì] /respectful, show respect/

处 [chù] /a place/location/spot/point/office/department/bureau/respect/

处处 [chù chù] /everywhere/in all respects/

戴 [dài] /to put on/to respect/to bear/to support/wear (glasses, hat, gloves)/

方面 [fāng miàn] /respect/aspect/field/side/

给予 [jǐ yǔ] /accord/give/show (respect)/

敬 [jìng] /to respect/to venerate/to salute/to offer/

敬爱 [jìng ài] /respect and love/

敬而远之 [jìng ér yuǎn zhī] /(saying) to show respect from a distance/

敬重 [jìng zhòng] /to respect deeply/to revere/to esteem/

买帐 [mǎi zhàng] /to show respect (for sb)/

佩 [pèi] /to respect/wear (belt, etc.)/

钦佩 [qīn pèi] /(v) admire; have great respect for sb/

送终 [sòng zhōng] /pay last respects/

为此 [wèi cǐ] /for this reason/with regards to this/in this respect/in order to do this/to this end/

问候 [wèn hòu] /give someone one's respects/send a greeting/

先生 [xiān sheng ] /sir/mister/teacher/(title of respect)/

孝敬 [xiào jìng] /to respect/to give presents (to one's elders or superiors)/

翊 [yì] /assist/ready to fly/respect/

尊敬 [zūn jìng] /respect/respectfully/revere/reverence/

遵守 [zūn shǒu] /comply with/respect (an agreement)/

尊重 [zūn zhòng] /to value (something)/to esteem/to respect/

To take advantage of this tool, some impoverished countries will have to get over their outdated anti-colonial prejudices with respect to foreign investment.
要想利用互联网,某些贫困国家必须克服对国外投资所持的过时了的反殖民的种种偏见。

Amid the outcry, many conservative leaders are seeking a return to the prewar emphasis on moral education.
在一片抗议声中,许多保守党领导人正在力图回复到战前,强调道德教育;
Last year Mitsuo Setoyama, who was then education minister, raised eyebrows when he argued that liberal reforms introduced by the American occupation authorities after World War Ⅱ had weakened the "Japanese morality of respect for parents".
去年,当时任教育大臣的Mitsuo Setoyama就提出责难,他申辩说二战后美国占领当局引进的自由改革削弱了“日本人尊敬父母的道德观”。

The relative motion of the plates carrying these continents has been constructed in detail, but the motion of one plate with respect to another cannot readily be translated into motion with respect to the earth's interior.
携带这些大陆的板块的相对运动已经能够被详细地阐述出来,但一个板块相对另一板块的运动还不能轻易地解释为它们相对于地球内部的运动。

The cruel discipline of the strike and lockout taught the two parties to respect each other's strength and understand the value of fair negotiation.
罢工和封厂的严酷惩罚使双方学会了互相尊重对方的力量,理解公正谈判的价值。

{adj: Praetorian, Pretorian} characteristic of or similar to the corruptible soldiers in the Praetorian Guard with respect to corruption or political venality
"a large Praetorian bureaucracy filled with ambitious...and often sycophantic people makes work and makes trouble"- Arthur M.Schlesinger Jr.

{adj: absolute, conclusive} expressing finality with no implication of possible change
"an absolute guarantee to respect the nation's authority"
"inability to make a conclusive refusal"

{adj: all-time} unsurpassed in some respect up to the present
"prices at an all-time high"
"morale at an all-time low"
"among the all-time great lefthanders"

{adj: analogous, correspondent} similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar
"brains and computers are often considered analogous"
"salmon roe is marketed as analogous to caviar"

{adj: anisogamic, anisogamous} relating to a type of sexual reproduction in which the gametes are dissimilar in some respect (as size or shape)

{adj: anisotropic} not invariant with respect to direction
"anisotropic crystals"
<-> isotropic

{adj: awed, awestruck, awestricken, in awe of} having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread
"stood in awed silence before the shrine"
"in grim despair and awestruck wonder"
<-> unawed

{adj: aweless, awless, disrespectful} neither feeling nor showing respect

{adj: bilinear} linear with respect to each of two variables or positions

{adj: broad-minded} inclined to respect views and beliefs that differ from your own
"a judge who is broad-minded but even-handed"
<-> narrow-minded

{adj: built, stacked, well-stacked} well or attractively formed with respect to physique

{adj: changed} made or become different in some respect
"he's an altered (or changed) man since his election to Congress"

{adj: comparable with} similar in some respect and so able to be compared in order to show differences and similarities
"pianists of comparable ability"
"cars comparable with each other in terms of fuel consumption"

{adj: comparable, corresponding, like} conforming in every respect
"boxes with corresponding dimensions"
"the like period of the preceding year"

{adj: complete, consummate} perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities
"a complete gentleman"
"consummate happiness"
"a consummate performance"

{adj: dignified, self-respecting, self-respectful} having or showing self-esteem

{adj: diminishing} becoming smaller or less or appearing to do so
"diminishing returns"
"his diminishing respect for her"

{adj: disrespectful} exhibiting lack of respect; rude and discourteous
"remarks disrespectful of the law"
"disrespectful in the presence of his parents"
"disrespectful toward his teacher"
<-> respectful

{adj: due} suitable to or expected in the circumstances
"all due respect"
"due cause to honor them"
"a long due promotion"
"in due course"
"due esteem"
" exercising due care"
<-> undue

{adj: dutiful, duteous} willingly obedient out of a sense of duty and respect
"a dutiful child"
"a dutiful citizen"
"Patient Griselda was a chaste and duteous wife";

{adj: esteemed, honored, prestigious} having an illustrious reputation; respected
"our esteemed leader"
"a prestigious author"

{adj: estimable, good, honorable, respectable} deserving of esteem and respect
"all respectable companies give guarantees"
"ruined the family's good name"

{adj: estimable} deserving of respect or high regard
<-> contemptible

{adj: filial} relating to or characteristic of or befitting an offspring
"filial respect"
<-> parental

{adj: formal} being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
"pay one's formal respects"
"formal dress"
"a formal ball"
"the requirement was only formal and often ignored"
"a formal education"
<-> informal

{adj: full-dress} complete in every respect
"a full-dress debate"
"a full-dress investigation"

{adj: geostationary} of or having a geosynchronous orbit such that the position in such an orbit is fixed with respect to the earth
"a geostationary satellite"

{adj: geosynchronous} of or having an orbit with a fixed period of 24 hours (although the position in the orbit may not be fixed with respect to the earth)

{adj: glorious, illustrious, redoubtable, respected} having or worthy of pride
"redoubtable scholar of the Renaissance"
"born of a redoubtable family"

{adj: honorable, honourable} used as a title of respect
"my honorable colleague"
"our worthy commanding officer"

{adj: honorable, honourable} worthy of being honored; entitled to honor and respect
"an honorable man"
"led an honorable life"
"honorable service to his country"
<-> dishonorable

{adj: honorific} conferring or showing honor or respect
"honorific social status commonly attaches to membership in a recognized profession"

{adj: human-centered, human-centred, humanist, humanistic, humanitarian} marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare
"a humane physician"
"released the prisoner for humanitarian reasons"
"respect and humanistic regard for all members of our species"

{adj: hyphenated} (of words) combined by means of a hyphen to form a unit
"hyphenated words"
"many feminists have chosen hyphenated names their children--today's so-called hyphenated babies"
"multiculturalism nurtures respect for hyphenated identities"

{adj: idyllic} excellent and delightful in all respects
"an idyllic spot for a picnic"

{adj: impious, undutiful} lacking due respect or dutifulness
"impious toward one's parents"
"an undutiful son"

{adj: irreverent} showing lack of due respect or veneration
"irreverent scholars mocking sacred things"
"noisy irreverent tourists"
<-> reverent

{adj: isotropic, isotropous} invariant with respect to direction
<-> anisotropic

{adj: light-boned} having a bone structure that is light with respect to the surrounding flesh

{adj: neutralized, neutralised} made neutral in some respect; deprived of distinctive characteristics

{adj: orienting, orientating} positioning with respect to a reference system or determining your bearings physically or intellectually
"noticed the bee's momentary orienting pause before heading back to the hive"
"an orienting program for new employees"
<-> disorienting

{adj: plenary} full in all respects
"a plenary session of the legislature"
"a diplomat with plenary powers"

{adj: proud} feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride
"proud parents"
"proud of his accomplishments"
"a proud moment"
"proud to serve his country"
"a proud name"
"proud princes"
<-> humble

{adj: reciprocal, mutual} concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return
"reciprocal aid"
"reciprocal trade"
"mutual respect"
"reciprocal privileges at other clubs"
<-> nonreciprocal

{adj: respectable} characterized by proper behavior or conventional conduct; worthy of respect
"a respectable woman"
<-> unrespectable

{adj: respected, well-thought-of} receiving deferential regard
"a respected family"

{adj: respectful} full of or exhibiting respect
"respectful behavior"
"a respectful glance"
<-> disrespectful

{adj: reverent} feeling or showing profound respect or veneration
"maintained a reverent silence"
<-> irreverent

{adj: right-minded} disposed toward or having views based on what is right
"respect for law which every right-minded citizen ought to have"- Bertrand Russell

{adj: sacred} worthy of respect or dedication
"saw motherhood as woman's sacred calling"

{adj: shabby-genteel} trying to maintain dignity and self respect despite shabbiness

{adj: side-to-side} alternately left and right with respect to a central point
"the side-to-side motion of the boat"

{adj: tolerant} showing respect for the rights or opinions or practices of others
<-> intolerant

{adj: undeferential} not showing courteous respect

{adj: unimpaired} not damaged or diminished in any respect
"his speech remained unimpaired"
<-> impaired

{adj: unrespectable} unworthy of respect
<-> respectable

{adj: unrespected} accorded no respect

{adj: virtual, practical} being actually such in almost every respect
"a practical failure"
"the once elegant temple lay in virtual ruin"

{adj: well-read} well informed or deeply versed through reading
"respect for a well-read man"
"well-read in medieval history"

{adj: worthy} meriting respect or esteem
"the worthy gentleman"

{adv: acoustically} with respect to acoustics
"acoustically ill-equipped studios"

{adv: anatomically} with respect to anatomy
"anatomically correct"

{adv: arithmetically} with respect to arithmetic
"this problem is arithmetically easy"

{adv: at all, in the least, the least bit} in the slightest degree or in any respect
"Are you at all interested? No, not at all"
"was not in the least unfriendly"

{adv: axially} with respect to an axis
"the jet was directed axially toward the cathode"

{adv: biochemically} with respect to biochemistry
"biochemically interesting phenomenon"

{adv: biologically} with respect to biology
"biologically related"

{adv: bureaucratically} with respect to bureaucracy
"it's bureaucratically complicated"

{adv: chemically} with respect to chemistry
"chemically different substances"

{adv: chromatically} with respect to color
"chromatically pure"

{adv: chronologically} with respect to chronology
"he is chronologically older"

{adv: climatically} with respect to climate
"they were used to a climatically different environment"

{adv: contemptuously, disdainfully, scornfully, contumeliously} without respect; in a disdainful manner
"she spoke of him contemptuously"

{adv: cortically} with respect to the cortex
"cortically induced arousal"

{adv: denominationally} with respect to denomination
"denominationally diverse audiences"

{adv: developmentally} with respect to development
"developmentally retarded"

{adv: domestically} with respect to home or family
"the housewife bored us with her domestically limited conversation"

{adv: domestically} with respect to the internal affairs of a government
"domestically, the president proposes a more moderate economic policy"

{adv: dramatically} with respect to dramatic value
"the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad"

{adv: eccentrically} not symmetrically with respect to the center

{adv: ecologically} with respect to ecology
"ecologically speaking, this idea is brilliant; economically, it is a disaster"

{adv: economically} with respect to economic science
"economically this proposal makes no sense"

{adv: economically} with respect to the economic system
"economically the country is worse off"

{adv: ethnically} with respect to ethnicity
"the neighborhood is ethnically diverse"

{adv: facially} with respect to the face

{adv: familiarly} in an intimately familiar manner
"Sid, as he was familiarly known by his friends, was one of the most respected and devoted members of the socialist minority group"

{adv: functionally} with respect to function
"the two units are functionally interdependent"

{adv: geographically} with respect to geography
"they are geographically closer to the center of town"

{adv: geologically} with respect to geology
"geologically speaking, this area is extremely interesting"

{adv: geometrically} with respect to geometry
"this shape is geometrically interesting"

{adv: graphically} with respect to graphic aspects
"graphically interesting designs"

{adv: gravitationally} with respect to gravitation
"gravitationally strong forces"

{adv: harmonically} with respect to harmony
"harmonically interesting piece"

{adv: here} in this circumstance or respect or on this point or detail
"what do we have here?"
"here I must disagree"

{adv: highly, extremely} to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect
"highly successful"
"He spoke highly of her"
"does not think highly of his writing"
"extremely interesting"

{adv: historically} with respect to history
"this is historically interesting"

{adv: hypothalamically} with respect to the hypothalamus
"hypothalamically controlled secretions"

{adv: ideologically} with respect to ideology
"ideologically, we do not see eye to eye"

{adv: in a sense, in a way} in some respects
"in a sense, language is like math"

{adv: in a way, in some respects} from some points of view
"she was right in a way"

{adv: intrinsically, per se, as such, in and of itself} with respect to its inherent nature
"this statement is interesting per se"

{adv: inwardly, inside} with respect to private feelings
"inwardly, she was raging"
<-> outwardly

{adv: irreverently} without respect
"the student irreverently mimicked the teacher in his presence"
<-> reverently

{adv: jurisprudentially} in respect to jurisprudence or the science or philosophy of law

{adv: linguistically, lingually} with respect to language
"linguistically impaired children"
"a lingually diverse population"

{adv: linguistically} with respect to the science of linguistics
"linguistically interesting data"

{adv: logarithmically} in a logarithmic manner
"data plotted logarithmically with respect to time is shown in Figure 2"

{adv: longitudinally} with respect to longitude
"longitudinally measured"

{adv: materially} with respect to material aspects
"psychologically similar but materially different"

{adv: mathematically} with respect to mathematics
"mathematically impossible"

{adv: melodically} with respect to melody
"melodically interesting themes"

{adv: meteorologically} with respect to the weather
"meteorologically bad conditions"

{adv: militarily} with respect to the military
"on a militarily significant scale"

{adv: morally} with respect to moral principles
"morally unjustified"

{adv: musicologically} with respect to musicology

{adv: neurobiological} with respect to neurobiology
"explain the phenomenon neurobiologically"

{adv: operationally} in respect to operation
"reported the machine operationally satisfactory"
"a well-trained staff that is operationally adequate"

{adv: otherwise} in other respects or ways
"he is otherwise normal"
"the funds are not otherwise available"
"an otherwise hopeless situation"

{adv: outwardly, externally} with respect to the outside
"outwardly, the figure is smooth"

{adv: pathologically} with respect to pathology
"pathologically interesting results"

{adv: philosophically} with respect to philosophy
"the movement is philosophically indebted to Rousseau"

{adv: physiologically} of or relating to physiological processes; with respect to physiology
"physiologically ready"
"physiologically addicted"

{adv: racially} with respect to race
"racially integrated"

{adv: respectfully, with all respect} in a respectful manner
"might I respectfully suggest to the Town Council that they should adopt a policy of masterly inactivity?"
<-> disrespectfully

{adv: scenically} with respect to stage scenery
"scenically stunning"

{adv: scholastically} with respect to scholastic activities
"scholastically apt"

{adv: scientifically} with respect to science; in a scientific way
"this is scientifically interesting"

{adv: sexually} with respect to sexuality
"sexually ambiguous"

{adv: socially} by or with respect to society
"socially accepted norms"

{adv: sociobiologically} with respect to sociobiology


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