English version

respecter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrespecterre‧spect‧er /rɪˈspektə $ -ər/ noun  1 be no respecter of persons2 be a respecter of something
Examples from the Corpus
respecterChild abuse, wife battering, family break-up, delinquency and alcoholism are no respecters of beautiful surroundings.Unfortunately they are no respecters of persons or property as car owners find to their dismay.Credibility is no respecter of good looks.But nature is no respecter of rights, and around 10 % of the population has had this right compromised by biology.She was no respecter of persons and never thought before she spoke.They were not respecters of party lines and the last two in particular were widely distrusted among parliamentary colleagues.
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