Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Esteem"

The meaning of "Esteem" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит I esteem myself unlucky.?
A: Ha ha. My mistake! I need new glasses 👓! I saw lucky. I fixed it. Thanks!
Q: Что значит I would esteem it a great kindness if ...?
A: 'I consider it a great kindess if...'
Q: Что значит what we obtain too cheap,we esteem too lightly?
A: It basically means if we don't work for it we don't value it highly. It was said by Thomas Paine to inspire the people of the United States.
Q: Что значит "virtual esteem " from "treat books with virtual esteem "?
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Example sentences using "Esteem"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с esteem.
A: "Always trying to be perfect is bad for your esteem."

"Try therapy to boost your self-esteem."
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с esteem.
A: @Ri-na I hold her in high esteem. (I respect her.)
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с esteem.
A: Most of the time it's actually used when talking about yourself. It does mean the level of how respect someone but what you are saying sounds unnatural. My gratitude or just my respect for you works better
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с esteem.
A: The new worker quickly won his colleagues's esteem.

Synonyms of "Esteem" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между esteem и overestimate ?
A: oh no worries! “Overestimate” is to estimate above the actual amount.
For example:
I overestimated my ability to manage my time. I signed up for 5 classes this quarter and I can’t handle it.

We overestimated the cost of the project, so now we have fundraising money left over
Q: В чем разница между esteem и respect ?
A: Esteem is how someone feels about themselves. Respect is a way to treat someone who you admire or who inspires you
Q: В чем разница между esteem и respect ?
A: @JOHNNYJOESTAR: esteem is a noun and is usually used as "_____ is held in high esteem", whereas respect is a verb, and is more common and used on a person basis. For instance, someone who is held in high esteem has likely achieved something or has done something important that lots of people know about. Respect can simply be felt from one person to another.

"the Nobel prize winner is held in high esteem by his peers"

"I respect you for being such a good friend."
Q: В чем разница между esteem и respect ?
A: esteem = feel deep respect towards / admire
respect = act respectfully (politeness) or feel respect for

Translations of "Esteem"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (британский вариант)? esteem
A: respect
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? esteem
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Other questions about "Esteem"

Q: She has for me a esteem bigger than I deserve.

Does it sound natural, please?
A: Unnatural but getting close
She holds me in high esteem, maybe higher than i deserve.

Q: Would you mind telling me whether it's possible or not to say "He ranks high in our esteem.", please?
A: no yours sounds fine 👍 I would use mine but it all depends on your individual style of speech everyone is different but your sentence is definitely grammatical
Q: I think it's important to esteem other cultures. I also think cultures are living, so they're changing. It's inevitable that when one culture becomes part of another culture, it becomes one which is different from the original. However, I can't accept putting ketchup on udon! это звучит нормально?
A: I think it's important to esteem other cultures. I also think (that since) cultures are living, (--) they're (always) changing. It's inevitable that when one culture becomes part of another culture, (the resulting culture is) one which is different from the original.* However, I can't accept putting ketchup on udon!

*"the resulting culture is different from the original" sounds simpler though.

Very well written!
Q: Which one is correct? or both are correct?
A) We esteem "what we obtain too cheap" too lightly.

B) We esteem "what we obtain too cheap" too light.
A: In that case the sentence should be: We esteem “what we obtain too cheap” as too light.
Then “light” can describe “what we obtain too cheap”!
Also to be more natural, you should say “what we obtain too cheaply”. Now “cheaply” can correctly describe how you obtained something!
Q: “props to you!” is like ‘i esteem you!’ or something?
A: Well done, good for you, wow, attaboy..

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