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ad·mi·ra·ble

 (ăd′mər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Deserving admiration.

ad′mi·ra·ble·ness n.
ad′mi·ra·bly adv.
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admirable

(ˈædmərəbəl)
adj
deserving or inspiring admiration; excellent
ˈadmirably adv
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ad•mi•ra•ble

(ˈæd mər ə bəl)

adj.
worthy of admiration; inspiring approval or respect; excellent.
[1590–1600; < Latin]
ad`mi•ra•bil′i•ty, n.
ad′mi•ra•bly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.admirable - deserving of the highest esteem or admirationadmirable - deserving of the highest esteem or admiration; "an estimable young professor"; "trains ran with admirable precision"; "his taste was impeccable, his health admirable"
estimable - deserving of respect or high regard
2.admirable - inspiring admiration or approvaladmirable - inspiring admiration or approval; "among her many admirable qualities are generosity and graciousness"
pleasing - giving pleasure and satisfaction; "a pleasing piece of news"; "pleasing in manner and appearance"
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admirable

adjective praiseworthy, good, great, fine, capital, noted, choice, champion, prime, select, wonderful, excellent, brilliant, rare, cracking (Brit. informal), outstanding, valuable, superb, distinguished, superior, sterling, worthy, first-class, notable, sovereign, dope (slang), world-class, exquisite, exemplary, first-rate, superlative, commendable, top-notch (informal), brill (informal), laudable, meritorious, estimable, tiptop, A1 or A-one (informal), bitchin' (U.S. slang), chillin' (U.S. slang) The film tells its story with admirable economy.
bad, disappointing, commonplace, worthless, mediocre, deplorable, displeasing, no great shakes (informal), half-pie (N.Z. informal)
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admirable

adjective
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Translations
جَدِير بِالإعْجَاب
obdivuhodný
beundringsværdig
ihailtava
aîdáunarverîur
obdivuhodný
čudovitvreden občudovanja
hayran bırakanövgüye değer

admirable

[ˈædmərəbl] ADJadmirable, digno de admiración
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admirable

[ˈædmɪrəbəl] adj [quality, clarity, restraint] → admirable; [behaviour] → admirable
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admirable

adj, admirably
adv (= praiseworthy, laudable)bewundernswert, erstaunlich; (= excellent)vortrefflich, ausgezeichnet
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admirable

[ˈædmrəbl] adjammirevole
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admire

(ədˈmaiə) verb
1. to look at with great pleasure and often to express this pleasure. I've just been admiring your new car.
2. to have a very high opinion of (something or someone). I admire John's courage.
ˈadmirable (ˈӕdmə-) adjective
extremely good. His behaviour during the riot was admirable.
ˈadmirably (ˈӕdmə-) adverb
extremely well. He's admirably suited to the job.
admiration (ӕdmiˈreiʃən) noun
They were filled with admiration at the team's performance.
adˈmirer noun
1. one who admires (someone or something). He is an admirer of Mozart.
2. a man who is attracted by a particular woman. She has many admirers.
adˈmiring adjective
an admiring glance.
adˈmiringly adverb
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admirable

a. admirable, digno-a.
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