Search results for ‘admire’
English to Chinese Dictionary (1-1 of 1)
Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1-1 of 1)
- 1. to have a feeling of great respect for someone or something
- 2. to look at someone or something that you think is beautiful or attractive
Examples (1-5 of 27)
I really admire you for your willpower. I'd like to be like you.
I can do nothing else than admire people so poor that they go on smiling like if they were the richest of the world.
I admire your courage/honesty
I really admire Carl's excellent management.
I really admire his extensive information on history and politics.
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