admiration

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ad·mi·ra·tion

 (ăd′mə-rā′shən)
n.
1. A feeling of strong approval or delight with regard to someone or something: the students' admiration for their teacher. See Synonyms at regard.
2. The state of being viewed with such approval or delight: an actor held in admiration by her peers.
3. The object of such approval and delight: a movie that was the admiration of many critics.
4. Archaic The action of wondering; marveling.
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admiration

(ˌædməˈreɪʃən)
n
1. pleasurable contemplation or surprise
2. a person or thing that is admired: she was the admiration of the court.
3. archaic wonder
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ad•mi•ra•tion

(ˌæd məˈreɪ ʃən)

n.
1. a feeling of pleasure, approval, and often respect or wonder.
2. an object of such feelings: She was the admiration of all her friends.
3. the act of regarding with approval and pleasure.
4. Archaic. wonder; astonishment.
[1400–50; < Latin]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.admiration - a feeling of delighted approval and likingadmiration - a feeling of delighted approval and liking
liking - a feeling of pleasure and enjoyment; "I've always had a liking for reading"; "she developed a liking for gin"
Anglophilia - admiration for Britain and British customs
hero worship - admiration for great men (or their memory)
philhellenism - admiration for Greece and the Greeks and Greek customs
philogyny - admiration for women
2.admiration - the feeling aroused by something strange and surprisingadmiration - the feeling aroused by something strange and surprising
amazement, astonishment - the feeling that accompanies something extremely surprising; "he looked at me in astonishment"
awe - an overwhelming feeling of wonder or admiration; "he stared over the edge with a feeling of awe"
3.admiration - a favorable judgmentadmiration - a favorable judgment; "a small token in admiration of your works"
approval, approving, blessing - the formal act of approving; "he gave the project his blessing"; "his decision merited the approval of any sensible person"
idolisation, idolization, adoration - the act of admiring strongly
idealization, glorification, idealisation - a portrayal of something as ideal; "the idealization of rural life was very misleading"
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admiration

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admiration

noun
1. A feeling of deference, approval, and liking:
2. Archaic. The emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring or astounding:
Archaic: dread.
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Translations
إِعْجابإعْجَاب
obdiv
beundring
ihailu
divljenje
csodálat
aîdáun
称賛
칭찬
občudovanje
beundran
ความชื่นชม
sự ngưỡng mộ

admiration

[ˌædməˈreɪʃən] Nadmiración f
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admiration

[ˌædmɪˈreɪʃən] nadmiration f
to have great admiration for sb/sth → avoir beaucoup d'admiration pour qn/qch
to widen in admiration [eyes] → s'emplir d'admiration
to stare at sb/sth in admiration → regarder qn/qch avec admiration
to gasp in admiration → être béat(e) d'admiration
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admiration

n
Bewunderung f; in admirationbewundernd
to win the admiration of all/of the world (person, object)von allen/von aller Welt bewundert werden
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admiration

[ˌædməˈreɪʃn] nammirazione f
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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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admiration

إِعْجاب obdiv beundring Bewunderung θαυμασμός admiración ihailu admiration divljenje ammirazione 称賛 칭찬 bewondering beundring podziw admiração восхищение beundran ความชื่นชม hayranlık sự ngưỡng mộ 羡慕
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