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admire

verb [T]
 
 
/ədˈmaɪər/
RESPECT B2 to respect or approve of someone or something
podziwiać
You have to admire him for being so determined.Showing respect and admiration
LOOK AT B1 to look at something or someone, thinking how attractive they are
podziwiać
We stood for a few minutes, admiring the view.Showing respect and admiration
admirer noun [C]
wielbiciel/ka
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