Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Admiration"

The meaning of "Admiration" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does admiration mean?
A: To like/respect someone.
Q: What does If you want to gather admiration from others, you should live sincerely. mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does I gazed at her in mute admiration. mean?
A: Its just a fancy way of saying I gave her a kind or look or stare. Also admiration is when you look up to someone as a role model.

It’s not really a natural phrase to be honest. It sounds like its out of a book.
Q: What does admiration mean?
A: Looking at something with warm approval
Q: What does Our admiration for the comically gifted is relatively new,and not very well-founded. mean?
A: it means that "our liking of people who are good at being funny is new, and there is no reason for it."

Example sentences using "Admiration"

Q: Please show me example sentences with admiration.
A: The boy looks at his father in admiration.
I have great admiration for your hard work.
The student's hard work has earned him the admiration of his teachers.
Q: Please show me example sentences with admiration
.
A: 1. Tom’s fantastic results filled me with admiration.
2. Jane’s work ethic attracted admiration from her peers.
Q: Please show me example sentences with express


how to express your admiration of a song (alternatives please).
A: "Poetry is a good way to express your feelings." "Drama class lets me express myself."

Synonyms of "Admiration" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to have admiration for that picture and to be impressed by that picture ?
A: to be impressed by a picture is much more natural
Q: What is the difference between It was nice to see the admiration grew between these two people. and The admiration that grew between these people was a wonderful thing to see ?
A: there’s actually no difference. you are just arranging the sentence to make it seem different but they mean the same thing. english is weird, isn’t it?
Q: What is the difference between I'm full of admiration for you and I'm full of admiration to you ?
A: 'Admiration to you' Is incorrect.
You can however say 'Admiration towards you'
Q: What is the difference between admiration and respect ?
A: There is really no difference. they both are synonyms of each other.

Translations of "Admiration"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? They drink in the admiration of others.
Does “drink in” in this sentence sounds natural?
A: I think so, but it depends on the context. Are you trying to say that someone likes to take in lots of compliments? If so, you could also say “they bask in the admiration of others”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How can I express my admiration of something in plural (her eyes) using (what)?
A: @kesrahassan Ahhhhh I know what you mean now 😁

- What a wonderful road (singular)
- What wonderful roads (plural)

- What a beautiful brown eye she has (singular: because I added the word "brown," it sounds like she has two different colored eyes and you are admiring the brown eye. If I didn't add an extra adjective, then it would sound like she only has one eyeball 😅)
- What beautiful eyes she has (plural: this sounds very natural and sweet. You can also use another adjective here too (e.g. brown, green, big, etc.), and it won't change the meaning like the first example does)

Some more random examples:
- What a beauty she is
- What a disaster I am!
- What a lovely painting
- What a pity that our guests couldn't make it to the party tonight
- What a pleasure to meet you
- What a pleasant surprise!
- What kind souls they are ☺️
- What beautiful sceneries!
- Ahh, what wonderful memories we shared together (this sounds like a nostalgic reflection)

I hope this all helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is meaning of admiration
A: When you like something
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 君の交友関係の広さにはホント感心する。

※感心(かんしん) here implies an admiration.
A: I'm not for certain but I think it could be:
"I really admire how you can make so many friends."
or
"I really admire how you network."

Other questions about "Admiration"

Q: We usually do this to express our admiration when someone do something out of generosity or chivalry or nobility. Does this sound natural?
A: × We usually do this to express our admiration when someone do something out of generosity or chivalry or nobility.
✓ We usually do this to express our admiration when someone has been generous or chivalrous or noble.

Q: I have an admiration for those who do volunteers. Because they help people while expecting nothing in return. Does this sound natural?
A: × Because they help people while expecting nothing in return.
✓ Since they help people while expecting on nothing return.

Q: "He was looked at with great admiration for about half the evening, till his manners gave a disgust which turned the tide of his popularity; for he was discovered to be proud; to be above his company." .I copied the upper words from《pride and prejudice》.I wanna know why the author used “be discovered to be proud” at the end instead of “be discovered proud”
A: i think 'to be proud' was used since it describes his overall manner. it can also be due to the writing style of that era.
Q: admiration of celebrities may get out of hand and become an obsession, even bordering on dangerous. Does this sound natural?
A: dangerous is correct!
Q: I'm full of admiration to you. Does this sound natural?
A: I'd say "I'm full of admiration for you."

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