English version

with (all) due respect

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith (all) due respectwith (all) due respectspokenDISAGREECRITICIZE used when you disagree with someone or criticize them in a polite way Dad, with all due respect, was not a very good husband. due
Examples from the Corpus
with (all) due respectThe Home Office was willingly cooperating with other authorities to ensure the events passed off peacefully and with due respect.Yet, with all due respect, are there not too many central bankers stalking the globe?Apparently they had not approached with due respect to the spirits of the Hills.Dad, with all due respect, was not exactly the most suitable husband.
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