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highly esteemed or valued

  • 1 be highly esteemed among

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > be highly esteemed among

  • 2 he is a highly esteemed person

    Общая лексика: его все очень уважают

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > he is a highly esteemed person

  • 3 to be highly esteemed among...

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > to be highly esteemed among...

  • 4 esteemed

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    [English Word] esteemed
    [Swahili Word] maalum
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] esteemed
    [Swahili Word] maalumu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] esteemed
    [Swahili Word] maarufu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
    [Derived Word] arifu
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    [English Word] esteemed
    [Swahili Word] halili
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] esteemed (persons)
    [Swahili Word] -azizi
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] esteemed person
    [English Plural] esteemed people
    [Swahili Word] msharifu
    [Swahili Plural] washarifu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] sharifu V
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    [English Word] highly esteemed
    [Swahili Word] sharifu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] highly esteemed
    [Swahili Word] sherifu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] person who is esteemed
    [Swahili Word] mstahifu
    [Swahili Plural] wastahifu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] stahi, stahivu V
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    [English Word] person who is esteemed
    [Swahili Word] mstahivu
    [Swahili Plural] wastahivu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] stahi, stahivu V
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    English-Swahili dictionary > esteemed

  • 5 esteem

    1. [ıʹsti:m] n
    уважение, почтение

    to hold in esteem - уважать, чтить, почитать

    to be held in esteem - пользоваться уважением /признанием/

    to hold smb. in low [in no] esteem - [совершенно] не уважать кого-л.

    to feel no esteem for smth., smb. - не иметь чувства уважения к чему-л., кому-л.

    to rise [to fall] in smb.'s esteem - возвыситься [упасть] в чьих-л. глазах

    2. [ıʹsti:m] v
    1. уважать, почитать, чтить; (высоко) ценить

    to be highly esteemed among... - пользоваться большим уважением у...

    2. полагать, считать (каким-л.); рассматривать (как что-л.)

    to esteem a theory useless - считать какую-л. теорию бесплодной

    to esteem money lightly - мало ценить деньги, не придавать важности деньгам

    3. спец. давать оценку ( в статистике)

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  • 6 reputed

    ri'pju:tid
    adjective (generally reported and believed: He is reputed to be very wealthy.) supuesto, presunto, considerado como
    tr[rɪ'pjʊːtɪd]
    1 (supposed) presunto,-a, supuesto,-a
    2 (respected) respetado,-a, acreditado,-a
    reputed [ri'pju:t̬əd] adj
    : reputado, supuesto
    she's reputed to be the best: tiene fama de ser la mejor
    adj.
    reputado, -a adj.
    supuesto, -a adj.
    rɪ'pjuːtəd, rɪ'pjuːtɪd
    a) ( supposed)

    the reputed size of her fortuneel presunto or supuesto tamaño de su fortuna

    to be reputed to + INF: she is reputed (to be) the best in the world — está considerada como la mejor del mundo

    b) ( highly esteemed) acreditado (frml), reputado (frml)
    [rɪ'pjuːtɪd]
    ADJ
    1) (=supposed) supuesto, presunto
    2) (=well known) renombrado
    * * *
    [rɪ'pjuːtəd, rɪ'pjuːtɪd]
    a) ( supposed)

    the reputed size of her fortuneel presunto or supuesto tamaño de su fortuna

    to be reputed to + INF: she is reputed (to be) the best in the world — está considerada como la mejor del mundo

    b) ( highly esteemed) acreditado (frml), reputado (frml)

    English-spanish dictionary > reputed

  • 7 esteem

    1. noun, no pl.
    Wertschätzung, die (geh.) ( for Gen., für)

    hold somebody/something in [high or great] esteem — [hohe od. große] Achtung vor jemandem/etwas haben

    2. transitive verb
    1) (think favourably of) schätzen

    highly or much or greatly esteemed — hochgeschätzt (geh.); sehr geschätzt

    esteem [as] — erachten für (geh.); ansehen als

    * * *
    [i'sti:m] 1. verb
    (to value or respect.) achten
    2. noun
    (favourable opinion; respect: His foolish behaviour lowered him in my esteem; He was held in great esteem by his colleagues.) die Achtung
    * * *
    es·teem
    [ɪˈsti:m, esˈ-]
    I. n no pl Ansehen nt, Achtung f
    to be held in high/low \esteem hohes/geringes Ansehen genießen
    to hold sb in high/low \esteem jdn hochschätzen/geringschätzen
    to fall/rise in sb's \esteem in jds Ansehen sinken/steigen
    II. vt
    1. usu passive (respect)
    to \esteem sth etw [hoch] schätzen [o achten]
    highly \esteemed sehr geschätzt, hoch geschätzt geh
    to \esteem sb sth jdn für etw akk halten, jdn als etw akk ansehen [o geh erachten]
    I would \esteem it a favour if you would accompany me Sie würden mir einen großen Gefallen erweisen, wenn Sie mich begleiten würden
    to \esteem it an honour to do sth es als eine Ehre betrachten, etw zu tun
    * * *
    [ɪ'stiːm]
    1. vt
    1) (= consider) ansehen, betrachten
    2) (= think highly of) person hoch schätzen; qualities schätzen

    my esteemed colleague (form)mein verehrter Herr Kollege (form), meine verehrte Frau Kollegin (form)

    2. n
    Wertschätzung f

    to hold sb/sth in (high) esteem — jdn/etw (hoch) schätzen, von jdm/etw eine hohe Meinung haben

    to be held in low/great esteem — wenig/sehr geschätzt werden

    he went down in my esteemer ist in meiner Achtung gesunken

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    esteem [ıˈstiːm]
    A v/t
    1. achten, (hoch) schätzen:
    esteem highly (little) hoch (gering) schätzen
    2. erachten oder ansehen als, etwas halten für:
    they did not esteem him (to be) worthy of trust sie hielten ihn nicht für vertrauenswürdig;
    we would esteem it a favo(u)r if you … wir wären Ihnen sehr verbunden, wenn Sie …
    B s (for, of) Wertschätzung f (gen), Achtung f (vor dat):
    hold in little ( oder light) esteem gering schätzen
    * * *
    1. noun, no pl.
    Wertschätzung, die (geh.) ( for Gen., für)

    hold somebody/something in [high or great] esteem — [hohe od. große] Achtung vor jemandem/etwas haben

    2. transitive verb

    highly or much or greatly esteemed — hochgeschätzt (geh.); sehr geschätzt

    esteem [as] — erachten für (geh.); ansehen als

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    n.
    Achtung -en f.
    Ansehen - n.
    Hochachtung f.
    Schätzung f.
    Wertschätzung f. v.
    wertschätzen v.

    English-german dictionary > esteem

  • 8 esteem

    i'sti:m 1. verb
    (to value or respect.) verdsette, ha stor respekt/aktelse for
    2. noun
    (favourable opinion; respect: His foolish behaviour lowered him in my esteem; He was held in great esteem by his colleagues.) aktelse, respekt
    beundring
    I
    subst. \/ɪˈstiːm\/, \/esˈtiːm\/
    aktelse
    hold somebody in high esteem høyakte noen, ha stor aktelse for noen
    II
    verb \/ɪˈstiːm\/, \/esˈtiːm\/
    1) akte, ha aktelse for, verdsette, skatte
    2) anse som, betrakte som
    esteem it a favour sette pris på
    highly esteemed høyt aktet

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  • 9 esteem

    es·teem [ɪʼsti:m, esʼ-] n
    Ansehen nt, Achtung f;
    to be held in high/low \esteem hohes/geringes Ansehen genießen;
    to hold sb in high/low \esteem jdn hoch/gering schätzen;
    to fall/rise in sb's \esteem in jds Ansehen sinken/steigen vt
    to \esteem sth etw [hoch] schätzen [o achten];
    highly \esteemed sehr [o ( geh) hoch] geschätzt
    2) ((dated) form: consider)
    to \esteem sb sth jdn für etw akk halten, jdn als etw akk ansehen [o ( geh) erachten];
    I would \esteem it a favour if you would accompany me Sie würden mir einen großen Gefallen erweisen, wenn Sie mich begleiten würden;
    to \esteem it an honour to do sth es als eine Ehre betrachten, etw zu tun

    English-German students dictionary > esteem

  • 10 Camlet

    A fine, thin, plain-weave cloth, woven from camlet yarns, 30-in., 60 yards, usually dyed bright red. Camlet yarn is spun from lustrous wool, Lincoln or Leicester. The Dutch introduced the cloth, but they used camel hair or goat hair. Other qualities are made from hard twisted worsted yarns about 36 X 40 per inch, 2/30's 2/34's. In the 17th century a camlet of wool and silk was used for making gowns. It is mentioned in Pepys Diary, in 1664: " I put on my camelott suit, the best I ever wore in my life." In the latter part of the 17th century camelots of various colours were highly esteemed. First made in Montgomeryshire on the banks of the river Camlet. The true camlet is made in India of camel hair (see Patu Khudrang)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Camlet

  • 11 Camelott

    A fine, thin, plain-weave cloth, woven from camlet yarns, 30-in., 60 yards, usually dyed bright red. Camlet yarn is spun from lustrous wool, Lincoln or Leicester. The Dutch introduced the cloth, but they used camel hair or goat hair. Other qualities are made from hard twisted worsted yarns about 36 X 40 per inch, 2/30's 2/34's. In the 17th century a camlet of wool and silk was used for making gowns. It is mentioned in Pepys Diary, in 1664: " I put on my camelott suit, the best I ever wore in my life." In the latter part of the 17th century camelots of various colours were highly esteemed. First made in Montgomeryshire on the banks of the river Camlet. The true camlet is made in India of camel hair (see Patu Khudrang)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Camelott

  • 12 Diaper

    A fine quality of linen fabric formerly manufactured in the city of Ypres. It was highly esteemed in England in the 13th century. The peculiarity of the cloth of Ypres was, like that of Damascus, in the pattern; as the term " to diaper " is still in heraldry employed to signify the covering of the field of an escutcheon with scroll or lattice-work, flowers or other devices independently of the armorial bearings. " Diapering is a term in drawing. It chiefly served to counterfeit, cloth of gold, silver, damask, velvet, camblets, etc." Cloths so woven in ornamental patterns were therefore called diapers.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Diaper

  • 13 Serge De Caen

    A highly-esteemed material used for curtains and bed covers by the wealthy in the 14th century. Named after Caen, France.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Serge De Caen

  • 14 Esteem

    v. trans.
    Prize: P. and V. τιμᾶν, ἐπιστρέφεσθαι (gen.), φροντίζειν (gen.), κήδεσθαι (gen.) (rare P.). V. προκήδεσθαι (gen.), ἐναριθμεῖσθαι.
    Value: P. and V. τιμᾶν, ἀξιοῦν.
    Value highly: P. περὶ πολλοῦ ποιεῖσθαι, περὶ παντὸς ἡγεῖσθαι, V. πολλῶν ἀξιοῦν (Æsch., Supp. 490).
    Esteem not at all: P. περὶ οὐδένος ἡγεῖσθαι; see also Slight.
    Consider: P. and V. νομίζειν, ἡγεῖσθαι, γειν, V. νέμειν.
    Be esteemed, considered: P. and V. δοκεῖν.
    Be highly esteemed: Ar. and P. εὐδοκιμεῖν.
    ——————
    subs.
    Account: P. and V. λόγος, ὁ.
    Honour: P. and V. τιμή, ἡ. ἀξίωμα, τό.
    Reputation: P. and V. δόξα, ἡ.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Esteem

  • 15 esteem

    A n estime f ; to hold sb in high esteem tenir qn en haute estime ; a book held in high esteem un livre très prisé ; to go up/down in sb's esteem remonter/baisser dans l'estime de qn.
    1 ( admire) avoir de l'estime pour, estimer [person] ; apprécier [quality] ; priser [work] ; our highly esteemed colleague notre très estimé/-e collègue fml ;
    2 ( think) considérer ; I esteem it an honour to be here je considère comme un honneur d'être ici fml.

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  • 16 Villard de Honnecourt

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    b. c. 1200 Honnecourt-sur-Escaut, near Cambrai, France
    d. mid-13th century (?) France
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    French architect-engineer.
    [br]
    Villard was one of the thirteenth-century architect-engineers who were responsible for the design and construction of the great Gothic cathedrals and other churches of the time. Their responsibilities covered all aspects of the work, including (in the spirit of the Roman architect Vitruvius) the invention and construction of mechanical devices. In their time, these men were highly esteemed and richly rewarded, although few of the inscriptions paying tribute to their achievements have survived. Villard stands out among them because a substantial part of his sketchbook has survived, in the form of thirty-three parchment sheets of drawings and notes, now kept in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. Villard's professional career lasted roughly from 1225 to 1250. As a boy, he went to work on the building of the Cistercian monastery at Vaucelles, not far from Honnecourt, and afterwards he was apprenticed to the masons' lodge at Cambrai Cathedral, where he began copying the drawings and layouts on the tracing-house floor. All his drawings are, therefore, of the plans, elevations and sections of cathedrals. These buildings have long since been destroyed, but his drawings, perhaps among his earliest, bear witness to their architecture. He travelled widely in France and recorded features of the great works at Reims, Laon and Chartres. These include the complex system of passageways built into the fabric of a great cathedral; Villard comments that one of their purposes was "to allow circulation in case of fire".
    Villard was invited to Hungary and reached there c. 1235. He may have been responsible for the edifice dedicated to St Elizabeth of Hungary, canonized in 1235, at Kassa (now Košice, Slovakia). Villard probably returned to France c. 1240, at least before the Tartar invasion of Hungary in 1241.
    His sketchbook, which dates to c. 1235, stands as a memorial to Villard's skill as a draughtsman, a student of perspective and a mechanical engineer. He took his sketchbook with him on his travels, and used ideas from it in his work abroad. It contains architectural designs, geometrical constructions for use in building, surveying exercises and drawings for various kinds of mechanical devices, for civil or military use. He was transmitting details from the highly developed French Gothic masons to the relatively underdeveloped eastern countries. The notebooks were annotated for the use of pupils and other master masons, and the notes on geometry were obviously intended for pupils. The prize examples are the pages in the book, clearly Villard's own work, related to mechanical devices. Whilst he, like many others of the period and after, played with designs for perpetual-motion machines, he concentrated on useful devices. These included the first Western representation of a perpetualmotion machine, which at least displays a concern to derive a source of energy: this was a water-powered sawmill, with automatic feed of the timber into the mill. This has been described as the first industrial automatic power-machine to involve two motions, for it not only converts the rotary motion of the water-wheel to the reciprocating motion of the saw, but incorporates a means of keeping the log pressed against the saw. His other designs included water-wheels, watermills, the Archimedean screw and other curious devices.
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    Bibliography
    Of several facsimile reprints with notes there are Album de Villard de Honnecourt, 1858, ed. J.B.Lassus, Paris (repr. 1968, Paris: Laget), and The Sketchbook of Villard de Honnecourt, 1959, ed. T.Bowie, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
    Further Reading
    J.Gimpel, 1977, "Villard de Honnecourt: architect and engineer", The Medieval Machine, London: Victor Gollancz, ch. 6, pp. 114–46.
    ——1988, The Medieval Machine, the Industrial Revolution of the Middle Ages, London.
    R.Pernord, J.Gimpel and R.Delatouche, 1986, Le Moyen age pour quoi fayre, Paris.
    KM / LRD

    Biographical history of technology > Villard de Honnecourt

  • 17 highly-valued

    Общая лексика: ценный

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > highly-valued

  • 18 highly valued

    adj.
    hautement apprécié; très prisé; des plus préciÉUx

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  • 19 it is highly valued

    براي‌خوراك‌ بسيارمط‌لوب‌است‌

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  • 20 valued

    a ценный; ценимый; высоко оцениваемый
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. honored (adj.) appreciated; decent; esteemed; estimable; highly regarded; honored; praiseworthy; respected; trusted
    2. rated (verb) appraised; assayed; assessed; calculated; estimated; evaluated; gauged; judged; rated; set at; surveyed; valuated
    3. regarded (verb) admired; considered; esteemed; honoured; regarded
    4. respected (verb) appreciated; apprized; cherished; enjoyed; esteemed; prized; relished; respected; savoured; treasured

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  • Valued — Val ued, a. Highly regarded; esteemed; prized; as, a valued contributor; a valued friend. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • valued — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Priced] Syn. evaluated, appraised, charged; see marked 2 . 2. [Valuable] Syn. prized, treasured, esteemed; see valuable 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. treasured, prized, cherished, dear, respected, esteemed,… …   English dictionary for students

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  • valued — /ˈvæljud/ (say valyoohd) adjective 1. highly regarded or esteemed. 2. estimated or appraised. 3. having the value specified …   Australian English dictionary