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admire

verb [T]     /ədˈmaɪər/ US  /-ˈmaɪr/
to respect and approve of someone or their behaviour, or to find someone or something attractive and pleasant to look at 欽佩;羨慕;讚賞;欣賞 I admired him for his determination. 我很欣賞他那堅毅的性格。 I really admire people who can work in such difficult conditions. 我實在是很欽佩那些能在如此艱苦的條件下工作的人。 We stood for a few moments, admiring the view. 我們駐足了一會兒,欣賞美麗的景色。 I was just admiring your jacket, Delia. 我只是在欣賞你的夾克衫,迪莉婭,如此而已。 Showing respect and admiration
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