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  1. esteem

    • IPA[əˈstēm]

    美式

    • n.
      respect and admiration, typically for a person
    • v.
      respect and admire;consider; deem
    • noun: esteem

    • verb: esteem, 3rd person present: esteems, gerund or present participle: esteeming, past tense: esteemed, past participle: esteemed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. respect and admiration, typically for a person:

      he was held in high esteem by colleagues

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. respect and admire:

      many of these qualities are esteemed by managers

    • 2. consider; deem:

      I should esteem it a favor if you could speak to them

    • adj. held in great respect; admired:

    • we dined in my esteemed friend's little room

      I have been fortunate to have the support and encouragement of several esteemed colleagues

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    • adj. held in great respect; admired:

    • we dined in my esteemed friend's little room

      I have been fortunate to have the support and encouragement of several esteemed colleagues

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    • n. confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect:

    • assertiveness training for those with low self-esteem

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    • n. confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect:

    • assertiveness training for those with low self-esteem

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    • IPA[ɪˈstiːm]

    英式

    • n.
      respect and admiration:
    • he was held in high esteem by colleagues
    • v.
      respect and admire:
    • many of these qualities are esteemed by managers

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  2. 知識+

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      ...have clearing stated in your title, she has low self-esteem. So the problem is how she can help herself to gain confidence...

    • Question on poetry...giving15p

      ...of the great person in the past. "'Tis better to be vile than vile esteemed" means we rather be vile (evil) because it is what we are...