English version

be an honour to somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe an honour to somebody/somethingbe an honour to somebody/somethingADMIREto bring admiration and respect to your country, school, family etc because of your behaviour or achievements He’s an honour to his family and his country. honour
Examples from the Corpus
be an honour to somebody/somethingSir Walter Scott once said he was honoured to be a mere twig on the Swinton family tree.And one which, don't get me wrong, I was honoured to stand against.We should be honoured to see you at dinner one evening soon.She also felt it would be an honour to have custody of the machine.It would be an honour to have a memorial on the site.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.