- 美[ əd'maɪəd]
- v.赞赏( admire的过去式和过去分词 ); 称赞; 欣赏; <美口>想要;
He could imitate in speech or writing most of those he admired.
I admired him for being so confident at his age.
I admired him as a true scientist and hard worker.
Those are sterling qualities to be admired in anyone.
The German-born photographer was admired by writers such as Oscar Wilde.
They admired the tableau of the Nativity.
Her prettiness had been much admired.
He was admired by many for his earnestness.
She admired Robert's brainpower.
His achievements, though hardly exciting, were widely admired.
I admired her independ-ence and her spunk.
I admired the peeling paint on the ceiling.
He admired her courage and constancy.
a player admired for his sense of fair play
Everyone admired her patience and unfailing good humour.
He observed that homer was still admired after two thousand years.
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I was right to have admired him.
2016年高考英语全国卷3 完形填空 原文
The adobe dwellings built by the pueblo indians of the American southwest are admired by even the most modern of architects and engineers.
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1. regarded with admiration