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N-UNCOUNT 礼貌;谦恭;彬彬有礼 Courtesy is politeness, respect, and consideration for others.
...a gentleman who behaves with the utmost courtesy towards ladies...
He did not even have the courtesy to reply to my fax.
N-SING 礼貌 If you refer to the courtesy of doing something, you are referring to a polite action.
By extending the courtesy of a phone call to my clients, I was building a personal relationship with them...
At least if they're arguing, they're doing you the courtesy of being interested.
N-COUNT (正式场合的)客气话，礼貌话 Courtesies are polite, conventional things that people say in formal situations.
Hugh and John were exchanging faintly barbed courtesies.
ADJ (服务)免费的 Courtesy is used to describe services that are provided free of charge by an organization to its customers, or to the general public.
A courtesy shuttle bus operates between the hotel and the town.
...a courtesy phone.
ADJ (拜访)礼节性的 A courtesy call or a courtesy visit is a formal visit that you pay someone as a way of showing them politeness or respect.
The President paid a courtesy call on Emperor Akihito.
N-UNCOUNT (无法律实效的或非正式的)尊称 A courtesy title is a title that someone is allowed to use, although it has no legal or official status.
Both were accorded the courtesy title of Lady...
My title, by courtesy only, is the Honourable Amalia Lovell.
PREP-PHRASE (用来表示感谢)承蒙…的好意，蒙…提供 If something is provided courtesy of someone or by courtesy of someone, they provide it. You often use this expression in order to thank them.
The waitress brings over some congratulatory glasses of champagne, courtesy of the restaurant...
Illustrations by courtesy of the National Gallery.
PREP-PHRASE 作为…的结果;由…引起 If you say that one thing happens courtesy of another or by courtesy of another, you mean that the second thing causes or is responsible for the first thing.
The air was fresh, courtesy of three holes in the roof...
As millions will have seen, by courtesy of the slow motion re-runs, the referee made a mistake.