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Translation of "hero worship" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

hero worship

noun [U]    
a feeling of extreme admiration for someone, imagining that they have qualities or abilities that are better than anyone else's 英雄崇拜;偶像崇拜 Showing respect and admiration hero-worship     /ˈhɪə.rəʊˌwɜː.ʃɪp/ US  /ˈhɪr.oʊˌwɝː-/ verb [T] ( plural -pp-) She hero-worshipped her elder brother, and she was devastated when he died. 她把她哥哥視為偶像般崇拜,當他去世時她十分震驚。 Showing respect and admiration
Translations of “hero worship”
in Korean 영웅 숭배…
in Arabic بَطلي المَعبود…
in Portuguese culto ao herói…
in Catalan adoració, idolatria…
in Japanese 英雄崇拝…
in Italian culto fanatico, idolatria…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英雄崇拜, 偶像崇拜…
(Definition of hero worship from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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