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Translation of "admire" - English-Spanish dictionary

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 admirar 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 admirar I admire him for being so determined.
(Definition of admire from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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