great respect, often publicly expressed
high standards of character or reputation
a person who brings respect
a kind act that is not forced
respect greatly; give honour
keep an agreement often by making a payment
"an award for bravery"
"a man of honor"
"Today we honor our soldiers"
"The scout was rewarded for courageous action"
"honor your parents!"
"we honor checks and drafts"
Your majesty does my house more honour than I fear my household can bear.
出自： R. Bolt
Family honour could be rebuilt: father's debts could be paid off.
出自： M. Ignatieff
Till I have honoured you with some graver labour.
出自：Venus Adonis , Shakespeare
The king honoured him with a knighthood.
Today the Queen honoured us with her presence.
I hope to be honoured with further orders.
In my office only I was honoured with an invitation.
The moon astronauts were honoured with titles for their great merits by the nation.
I feel honoured to serve you.
I feel very honoured to have been asked to address this meeting.
I am honoured to be asked to speak.
我应邀发言,不胜荣幸。 I〔We〕 am〔are〕 honoured that-clause
We're deeply honoured that you should agree to join us.
We are most honoured that you have taken time to meet with us.