- v.崇敬，尊崇，敬畏（ revere的过去式和过去分词 ）;
Today he's still revered as the father of the nation.
The faithful revered him then as a prophet.
The principle of market forces was applied to some of the country'smost revered institutions.
Moving to Germany, he became a stalwart of the revered Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra.
A number of institutions revered and respected in earlier times have become Aunt Sally for the present generation.
The Chinese revered corn as a gift from heaven.
The president of our university is revered for his high moral standards.
The people revered the saint.
He fairly revered property and power.
Dr Eliot was one of the most revered figures in the world of learning.
Aunt Chloe, who was much revered in the kitchen, was listened to with open mouth.
In Germany and Italy, it is even revered as a constitutional principle.
The movement revered craft as a form of art.
Deified mortals are revered in recognition of their feats.
Portraits of revered ( VEAR ) leaders, as Sun Yat - Sen , are publicly displayed.
一些著名的领导人, 如 孙中山 的肖像也会公开展示.
1. profoundly honored;
"revered holy men"
2. worthy of adoration or reverence