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

The meaning of "Admire" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to admire your measuring cup mean?
A: admiring means you are appreciating or praising something.
Q: What does admire?? give me examples plz... mean?
A: To like something
Q: What does I always admire and regard you. mean?
A: It can also mean that you look up to the person (admire) and regard you is not generally used in sentences but it would mean that you hold some concern for the person
Q: What does I can't help but admire her beauty. mean?
A: I can't help but admire her beauty = I can't stop myself from admiring her beauty

I can't help falling in love with you = I can't stop myself from falling in love with you

I can't help but feel sorry for him = I can't stop myself from feeling sorry for him(I just can't help it)

Example sentences using "Admire"

Q: Please show me example sentences with admire .
A: I admire how well you do your job.
I admire anyone who has graduated college.
I admire the way you take care of your family so well.
Q: Please show me example sentences with admire.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "I'm really admire your ________ ".
A: Thank you for pointing out that. What I meant(what I was trying to say?) was the simple present tense. 😅
Q: Please show me example sentences with admire .
A: "I admire you."
"I admire your work as a teacher."
"I admire your dedication."
Q: Please show me example sentences with admire.
A: She admired the neighbour's garden as she walked past it every morning.

He admired her beauty from afar.

I admire your ability to forgive those who have wronged you.

Synonyms of "Admire" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I admire you and I respect you ?
A: To admire is usually directed towards someone that you look up to, love, or someone you want to be like. To respect someone is directed to someone when you see them in a higher standard.
Ex. To your significant other, you may tell them “I admire you” because you enjoy them as a person.
To your coworker, you may say “I respect you” because they achieved a hard goal or task.
Q: What is the difference between admire and adore ?
A: admire = 敬服する、尊重する
adore = 崇拝する、愛する

I admire my wife. = 妻はれっきとした人だと思う
I adore my wife. = 妻をひたむきに愛する
Q: What is the difference between I admire him and I look up to him ?
A: In definition, they are both similar.
"Look up to" is a phrase that tends to be used when regarding to a person whom is older or more experienced.
(E.g., I look up to my parents because they are very hardworking.)
"Admire", on the other hand, can be used in most situations (whether or not the person you are referring to is older or younger).
(E.g., I admire my parents because they are very hardworking.
OR, I admire Jane for her fashion sense.)

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between admire and praise ?
A: To admire is to look up to maybe as some type of model whereas to praise is to give positive attention to. You may praise work that you really admire. For example, imagine an author, artist, or celebrity you really like. You admire the work they do. If you were to write a review expressing your love of their work, that would be praise. I hope I didn't make that too complicated!
Q: What is the difference between admire and adore ?
A: @Zobeide: Adore is something more strong, like adoring a God

Translations of "Admire"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I admire my intelligence. :)


is this sentence grammatically correct?
A: yes! sounds correct
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「私は貴方がとてもシンプルな音作りをしたことにを賞賛致します。」 を英語で "I admire that you accomplished a very simple sound making!" と言ったらネイティブに正確に伝わりますか?
A: I admire your ability to create such a simple sound (?).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? admire
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? admire
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Other questions about "Admire"

Q: I admire someone who could dance or play the musical intruments. does this sound natural?
A: I admire someone who can dance or play a musical instrument.

or

I admire someone who can dance or play musical instruments.

Q: I admire my mom because she was father and mother at the same time. does this sound natural?
A: I admire my mom because she was my father and mother at the same time.
Q: I am sure that you will admire by Moscow, it is huge but there are lots of attractions and places for rest and entertainment. I love living here. does this sound natural?
A: Very nice job!! I can definitely understand what you are saying. Just a few little suggestions. "I am sure that you will admire Moscow. It is huge, but there are lots of attractions and places for rest, and a lot of entertainment. I love living here." This just sounds a little more natural. I split it into separate sentences and added a few more words, and took the "by" out. This is how native English speakers would say it. Good job!! :)
Q: Could you tell me how to admire someone who stopped smoking?

I want to express much amazement and respect. And I don't look down on him.

Thank you.
A: I really admire your determination to stop smoking. I think this is amazing and I have a great degree of respect for you.
Q: I admire you that you are multifaceted. does this sound natural?
A: Yes, multi-talented would be more common.

But a more natural way to say it is:

I admire the way you are good at so many things.

Or,

I admire how you are good at so many different things.

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