Verb(1) feel admiration for(2) look at with admiration
(1) It is good for men to respect and admire them, without expecting favours or punishments from them.(2) The off-white walls didn't come off as much to admire , but for some reason Josie adored them.(3) I admire and respect them both, and they seem nice guys, but boring and bland.(4) How can people stop to admire our beautiful Lake District and then spoil it by leaving their litter?(5) I admire your courage(6) The Soules are hoping Lydia comes to admire the garden for herself this weekend.(7) The airborne action is less fluid than the rest, but at least you get to admire the impressive scenery.(8) Instead he's had to content himself with knowing that writers he respects admire his work.(9) The remarkable thing is that, for all its many faults, the garden is much admired .(10) The entire nation is proud of them and admires their courage and professionalism.(11) We talked to one of the gardeners and admired the fruit, vegetables and, of course, the flowers.(12) We looked, admiringly , at our neighbour's new Ford.(13) I want to see entrepreneurs become more admired and respected for their contribution to society.(14) ├ö├ç├┐I wish more of my patients were as undemanding as you,├ö├ç├û said the dentist admiringly .(15) They are now looking forward to watching the garden blossom and admiring the fruits of their hard work.(16) From what I learned from my elders he was very much admired and respected by all who knew him.
(1) to admire :: لنعجب
1. esteem ::
2. delight in ::
3. look up to ::
Different Formsadmire, admired, admires, admiring
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