副词: admiringly 名词: admirer 过去式: admired 过去分词: admired 现在分词: admiring 第三人称单数: admires
admire 高中必修500 全国卷频次:4 教材出处:译林版必修B1U3
v. admires 0 admiring 1 admired 5
The Parks and Exhibitions were built for you to explore, enjoy, and admire their wonders.
The real monster is man, while the gorilla is to be admired.
欽佩,贊賞,羨慕;稱贊,誇獎The hired admirer inspired his desire for the wire.雇傭欽佩者激發了他對鐵絲的渴望.
[VN] 1. ~ sb / sth (for sth) | ~ sb (for doing sth) to respect sb for what they are or for what they have done
I really admire your enthusiasm.
The school is widely admired for its excellent teaching.
You have to admire the way he handled the situation.
I don’t agree with her, but I admire her for sticking to her principles.
2. to look at sth and think that it is attractive and / or impressive
He stood back to admire his handiwork.
• ad·mir·ing adj.:
She was used to receiving admiring glances from men.
• ad·mir·ing·ly adv.
I really admire the way she brings up those kids all on her own.
admire somebody for (doing) something
Lewis was much admired for his work on medieval literature.
2 to look at something and think how beautiful or impressive it is 欣赏，观赏
We stopped halfway to admire the view.
Sal stood back to admire her work.
3. admire somebody from afar literary to be attracted to someone, without letting them know 暗恋某人；暗自仰慕某人
1.VERB 动词钦佩；欣赏；羡慕 If you admire someone or something, you like and respect them very much.
【语法信息】：V n for n/-ing
I admired her when I first met her and I still think she’s marvellous…
He admired the way she had coped with life…
All those who knew him will admire him for his work.
2.VERB 动词欣赏；观赏 If you admire someone or something, you look at them with pleasure.
We took time to stop and admire the view.
admires; admired; admiring [+ object] 1
: to feel respect or approval for (someone or something)钦佩，赞赏
I admired the way he handled the crisis. = I admired how he handled the crisis.
We all admire her courage. = We all admire her for her courage. = She is much admired for her courage.
: to look at (something or someone) with enjoyment欣赏
We gazed out the window and admired the scenery.
— admirer noun, plural admirers [count] an admirer of modern art
a beautiful woman who has many admirers
— admiring adjective [more admiring; most admiring] She received many admiring glances as she walked into the room.
— admiringly /ədˈmaɪrɪŋli/ adverb