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  • EN [ ˌdɪsrɪˈspekt]
  • US [ ˌdɪsrɪˈspekt]

English definition


  • 1. an expression of lack of respect

  • 2. a disrespectful mental attitude

  • 3. a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous


  • 1. show a lack of respect for

  • 2. have little or no respect for; hold in contempt

Example sentences

  • Mr. Costas did not intend any disrespect to the People's Republic of China or its citizens.

  • The pay's the same but people will disrespect you less.

  • Lara: What was it that you said? Disrespect is the route to carelessness?

  • These attitudes of indulging children and disrespect towards teachers should arouse more opposing voices.

  • No disrespect, but I think you are wrong.

  • The youths showed their wanton disrespect for the law by drinking in public.

  • Betty : Don't disrespect me just because you're not.

  • Open disrespect or willful disobedience of the authority of a court of law or legislative body.

  • Failure to be punctual in keeping one's appointments is a sign of disrespect towards others.

  • Accepting it with one hand shows disinterest, disrespect and carelessness.

  • No disrespect ( to you ), but I think you are wrong.

  • Contempt: Willful disobedience to or open disrespect of a court, judge or legislative body.

  • But you wanna risk it all disrespect us. And for what, for vengeance?

  • Obviously, cyclists'flagrant disrespect for the law is a threat to public safety.

  • True irreverence is disrespect for another man's god.

  • Mayweather's disrespect was enough to make the normally affable and reserved Mosley fire back.

  • This isn't a sign of disrespect in any way.

  • I wonder at the disrespect shown not only to the books but to their readers.

  • Throughout life people will make you mad , Disrespect you, treat you bad.

  • I meant no disrespect for your traditions.

  • Mary: How dare you speak to me with such disrespect!

  • I don't think he intended her any disrespect.

  • They showed a shameless disrespect for human rights and the norms of human decency.

  • Let me say this. I meant no disrespect to you or her. "

  • Never express anger, impatiences, or disrespect engendered by public criticism , or impoliteness are never forgotten.

  • I would never disrespect police officers in anyway.

  • " I beg your pardon, Mrs. Wilkes. I meant no disrespect.

  • Katherine : Don't disrespect this class just because you're married.

  • But the eldest son is not the mars the Godfather is, no disrespect intended.

  • No disrespect to John Beck, but the club has been happier since he left.


Meaning of disrespect

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