Definition of 'disrespect'
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He said no disrespect intended but how can it not be saying that? The Sun (2008)He taught me that treating people with disrespect says more about you than it does about them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The management has an attitude of total disrespect to nurses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It shows total disrespect to those who died and to those still suffer with the mental scars. The Sun (2014)It is total disrespect to our heroes. The Sun (2016)Ignoring it shows total disrespect for their country. The Sun (2010) Showing such disrespect towards peaceful female protesters was disgusting. The Sun (2009)They must be laughing their socks off at troops fighting for a country that shows them such disrespect. The Sun (2009)He said no disrespect intended, but how can you not be disrespectful saying that? Times, Sunday Times (2008)You don't mean any disrespect to the people you are being vile about. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In my opinion, this flirtation shows blatant disrespect towards you. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Complete disrespect for the industry they're supposedly a part of. The Sun (2011)That shows the disrespect today's footballers have for the people who have to pay for overpriced football tickets. The Sun (2016)Absolutely no disrespect was intended. The Sun (2014)I don't disrespect people who take a different point of view. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But yesterday he said: 'That was not intended as any disrespect. The Sun (2011)They're a fantastic side and we won't show them disrespect. The Sun (2013)He added: 'It was possibly to show disrespect to the museum or to show off. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I don't think it is right to tout yourself for another team and disrespect the club you play for. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said: 'No disrespect to those teams but we should be getting better results than we did. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'disrespect'
British English: disrespect NOUN
If someone shows disrespect, they speak or behave in a way that shows lack of respect for a person, law, or custom.
You showed me disrespect, and now I can't trust you.
Definition of disrespect from the Collins English Dictionary
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