The candidate has a mixed record with respect to the environment.
The two paintings differ from each other in several respects.
In some respects, John's plan is better than Bob's.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1
NOTE: refers to a quality or state possessed or enjoyed by someone or something
NOTE: X's respect -> X has respect, X is respected
Our team regained its respect when it won the championship.
The restaurant has lost some of it's former respect.
He has enough respect in the industry to sway the investors.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2
NOTE: refers to an individual's attitude of admiration towards something
NOTE: X's respect -> X respects Y
Mary lost all respect for John after she found out he had lied.
Everyone in the physics department has enormous respect for the work of this mathematician.
The film director doesn't have a lot of respect for that actor's ability.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3
NOTE: usually occurs in the plural
They went to the service to pay their respects to the man's widow.
Please be sure to convey my respects to the chairman of the department.
Tom sent his respects to Mary's parents in the letter he wrote to her.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 4
Commentary: RESPECT[+state][+mental][+attitude][+of_regard][+considerate] [+eventset][+social][+behavior][+considerate]
The picnickers showed no respect for the park and left trash blowing around.
You must remove your cap in this church out of respect.
It is a society that has very little respect for human rights.
The teachers in that school insist on the respect of the students.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 5, 6, 7