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    All due respect

    The coach is asking a boxer to join his boxing gym saying "All due respect". Is it "enough income" or "good treatment"?

    g.h
    boxing coach- I want you to come to my training camp in florida,
    work with my guys, real trainers. All due respect. Take you along slow, steadily,


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    Re: All due respect

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    The coach is asking a boxer to join his boxing gym saying "All due respect". Is it "enough income" or "good treatment"?

    g.h
    boxing coach- I want you to come to my training camp in Florida,
    work with my guys, real trainers. All due respect. Take you along slowly, steadily,
    The phrase does not seem to be compatable with rest of your statement in the context you presented. "All due respect" means exactly/literally/logically as stated. "With all due respect to your office as president, we can't agree with your position on a tax increase." That is, we respect your position/office as is required, but we don't agree with your policy.
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    Re: All due respect

    In your quote, I think it's meant to show respect, but it is a strange sentence and Billmcd's example is how it is normally used.

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