- regard with respect or warm approval；look at (something impressive or attractive) with pleasure
verb: admire, 3rd person present: admires, gerund or present participle: admiring, past tense: admired, past participle: admired
- 1. regard with respect or warm approval:
I admire your courage
- 2. look at (something impressive or attractive) with pleasure:
we were just admiring your garden
- v.regard (an object, quality, or person) with respect or warm approval:
- I admire your courage
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