副词:admiringly 名词:admirer 动词过去式:admired 过去分词:admired 现在分词:admiring 第三人称单数:admires
ad-=to,at,for 表示方向、变化、完成、附加、增加、开始，或只表加强的重要字首 变化型 ab-,ac-,af-,ag-,al-,an-,ap-,ar-,as-,at-
1 [Tn, Tn.pr, Tsg] ~ sb/sth (for sth) regard sb/sth with respect, pleasure, satisfaction, etc 钦佩, 赞赏, 羡慕某人[某事物]
*They admired our garden. 他们称赞我们的花园.
* I admire him for his success in business. 我佩服他事业有成.
2 [Tn] express admiration of (sb/sth) 表示赞美, 夸奖（某人[某事物]）
*Aren't you going to admire my new hat? 你难道不想夸夸我的新帽子吗?
v [T not in progressive]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin: admirer, from Latin admirari, from ad- 'to' + mirari 'to wonder']
to respect and like someone because they have done something that you think is good
I really admire the way she brings up those kids all on her own.
admire sb for (doing) sth
Lewis was much admired for his work on medieval literature.
to look at something and think how beautiful or impressive it is
We stopped halfway to admire the view .
Sal stood back to admire her work.
admire sb from afar
literary to be attracted to someone, without letting them know
the widely admired boss of Channel 4
1. We admire him, not for his self-reliance, but because he was all by himself out there at Walden Pond, and he wanted to be. 我们钦佩他，并非因为他倡导自力更生精神，而是因为他孤身一人在瓦尔登湖畔生活，这是他自己想要这么做的。
2. I admire the intellect´s capacity for work. 我钦佩那位知识分子的工作能力。
3. I admire his terse style of writing. 我很欣赏他那简洁的写作风格。
4. I admire the wedding dishes (once my grandmother's) that my mother has set on the table. 我羡慕妈妈摆在桌上的婚宴菜碟（那曾经是外婆的）。