curtsy to (one)

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curtsy to (one)

To bow before one in a show of respect or deference. I curtsied to the headmistress when she handed me my diploma.
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curtsy to someone

[for a woman] to dip or bow in deference to someone. Of course, I curtsied to the queen! Do you think I'm an anarchist? The little girls curtsied after they did their dance number.
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His wife, Kate Middleton, who was standing beside him, made a perfect curtsy to Her Majesty.
Maybe Barry is uptight because Alex didn't curtsy to Her Majesty ?
I LAUGHED my socks off when I read that the Queen thinks Cherie Blair's refusal to curtsy to her is hilarious.
PRINCE Edward's wife Sophie is fuming because Camilla Parker Bowles won't curtsy to her, it was reported last night.
Meanwhile, (https://people.com/royals/kate-middleton-curtsy-queen-elizabeth-easter/) People praised Middleton's curtsy to Her Majesty describing it as "perfect." The royal mom of three bent her knees and smiled at Queen Elizabeth II while slightly bending her knees.
The insider added that Queen Elizabeth II doesn't seem to mind even if members of the public do not curtsy to her.
The Duchess of Sussex managed to curtsy to Her Majesty before she walked on the aisle to meet Prince Harry.
In related news, the Duchess of Sussex will eventually have to (https://www.ibtimes.com/meghan-markle-has-curtsy-kate-middleton-reason-2683876) curtsy to her sister-in-law in time when Prince William becomes the king.
According to (https://people.com/royals/prince-harry-meghan-markle-curtsy-queen-trooping-the-colour/) People , when Queen Elizabeth II arrived on a horse-drawn carriage to the Buckingham Palace, Markle asked Prince Harry if it's time to curtsy to Her Majesty.
Meanwhile, the Queen also made headlines recently after royal fans thought that Markle didn't curtsy to her at the royal wedding.