Definition of 'esteem'
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What are the features of a life that warrant great esteem or admiration? The Times Literary Supplement (2014)He has no relatives and is highly esteemed by the cardinals. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)That was what brought her not just high esteem but widespread affection. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is no wonder politicians are held in such low esteem. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We sincerely hope to enter a business relationship with your esteemed self. The Sun (2010)It was a measure of the high esteem in which she is held internationally. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People like him have no pride or self esteem. The Sun (2010)He was not held in high esteem by those who worked near him. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But what work he did was done to a very high standard and earned him the esteem of colleagues. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is a picture highly esteemed. DISRAELI: A Personal History (2004)As so often in politics, the public esteem turned out to be temporary. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Because these days, they are all lumped together and held in such low esteem. The Sun (2015)Some of my most esteemed journalistic colleagues have gone into battle - against each other. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Junior doctors are no longer held in great esteem - just another group whingeing about their lot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is it any wonder politicians are held in low esteem? The Sun (2012)The publication triggered a new storm over shameless MPs just when it seemed they could go no lower in public esteem. The Sun (2009)By the end, it's a difficult choice for our esteemed judges to make. The Sun (2014)They want to be esteemed, respected, admired. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I esteem pastors very highly. Christianity Today (2000)Of course, that is more difficult when players do not play, but you can still show them respect and esteem. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But he always speaks of you with regard and esteem, though now I understand certain reservations in his manner. North and South (1855)
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Translations for 'esteem'
British English: esteem NOUN
Esteem is the admiration and respect that you feel towards another person.
He is held in high esteem by colleagues in the construction industry.
Definition of esteem from the Collins English Dictionary
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