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admire

verb
 
/ədˈmaɪər/ ( present participle admiring, past tense and past participle admired)
B1 to look at something or someone and think that he, she, or it is attractive
~に見とれる
I was just admiring your shirt.
to like something or to like and respect someone for the good qualities that he, she, or it has
~に敬服する, ~を称賛する, ~を尊敬する
I admire him for being so determined.
Translations of “admire”
in Arabic يُعجَب بِـ, يُكبِر…
in Korean 감탄하다, 존경하다…
in Malaysian kagum, mengagumi…
in French admirer…
in Turkish hayran olmak, gıbta etmek, saygı duymak…
in Italian ammirare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 欽佩, 羨慕, 讚賞…
in Russian восхищаться…
in Polish podziwiać…
in Vietnamese ngắm nhìn, khâm phục…
in Spanish admirar…
in Portuguese admirar…
in Thai ชื่นชม, นับถือ, ยกย่อง…
in German bewundern…
in Catalan admirar…
in Indonesian mengagumi, memuji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钦佩, 羡慕, 赞赏…
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