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be held in high esteem

To be regarded with a large amount of respect or admiration. I'll go see if I can persuade the committee, for I am held in high esteem among them. Mr. Ross has always been held in high esteem for all his charity work.
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* Demonstrating the qualities of a role model and being held in high esteem by their peers.
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(COIC) and other quasi-governmental entities and commerce agencies that are in violation of legal practices that are held in high esteem in the United States.
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The former Pakistani president in an interview with Indian channel NDTV has also said that Mr Ibrahim, who tops Indias most-wanted list, is held in high esteem by many in his country.