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Spanish translation of “admire”

admire

verb /ədˈmaiə/
to look at with great pleasure and often to express this pleasure
admirar
I’ve just been admiring your new car.
to have a very high opinion of (something or someone)
admirar
I admire John’s courage.
admirable /ˈӕdmə-/ adjective extremely good
admirable
His ability to remain calm is admirable.
admirably /ˈӕdmə-/ adverb extremely well
admirablemente
He’s admirably suited to the job.
admiration /ӕdmiˈreiʃən/ noun
admiración
They were filled with admiration at the team’s performance.
admirer noun one who admires (someone or something)
admirador
He is an admirer of Mozart.
a man who is attracted by a particular woman
admirador
She has many admirers.
admiring adjective
admirativo
She received many admiring glances.
admiringly adverb
con admiración
He gazed admiringly at the painting.
(Definition of admire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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