Definition of 'admiration'
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What are the features of a life that warrant great esteem or admiration? The Times Literary Supplement (2014)But we must not have too much admiration and awe. The Sun (2007)It is also the only thing about me which provokes any respect or admiration. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)That feeling of admiration appeared to be mutual. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His tight squeeze conveyed his respect and admiration for this one who was determined to finish. Christianity Today (2000)All this is worthy of admiration and respect. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This fine and noble pursuit is in full swing and we must all look on with admiration and respect. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It does not deserve much admiration. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We've got great admiration but we will wish him all the best after the game. The Sun (2009)His past London property dealings are the subject of much admiration. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At the heart of all of this remembrance lies respect, admiration and gratitude. The Sun (2014)I have a lot of admiration for the things they have done and what they do. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I have great admiration of his vocal abilities. The Sun (2008)I have great admiration for the founding fathers of this business. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I have great admiration for our cabin crew. The Sun (2010)I have respect and admiration for the horse. The Sun (2008)They accorded perfectly with her intense admiration for great men and great ideals, and with her personal antipathy to marriage. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)Year after year it gives me so much pride and admiration to witness their personal journeys reach new, rewarding heights. The Sun (2011)I have a great admiration for all the work she does as a mother and an actress and as a humanitarian. The Sun (2014)As in previous series, there will be much admiration for the teachers for whom teaching is only a small part of the job. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I confronted my wife about it and she said it was'a mutual admiration thing '. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'admiration'
British English: admiration /ˌædməˈreɪʃən/ NOUN
Admiration is a feeling of great liking and respect.
I have always had the greatest admiration for him.
- American English: admiration
- Arabic: إِعْجاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: admiração
- Chinese: 羡慕
- Croatian: divljenje
- Czech: obdiv
- Danish: beundring
- Dutch: bewondering
- European Spanish: admiración
- Finnish: ihailu
- French: admiration
- German: Bewunderung
- Greek: θαυμασμός
- Italian: ammirazione
- Japanese: 称賛
- Korean: 칭찬
- Norwegian: beundring
- Polish: podziw
- European Portuguese: admiração
- Romanian: admirație
- Russian: восхищение
- Spanish: admiración
- Swedish: beundran
- Thai: ความชื่นชม
- Turkish: hayranlık
- Ukrainian: захоплення
- Vietnamese: sự ngưỡng mộ
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