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

The meaning of "Adore" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does adore me! mean?
A: give me affection
Q: What does i adore you mean?
A: : Ok, i think so , you undertand is " I adore you" is means I admire you , example as like to spend all your love for someone you love , can be called is idol
Q: What does adore mean?
A: adore is synonym of 'like' or 'admire very much' over someone/something.
e.g.
I adore michael jackson
I adore the way your hair is done
Q: What does i do adore mean?
A: it's like, I do love. An example would be. I do adore you, or I do adore this cake.
Q: What does I adore you mean?
A: @arte2016: I really like you.

Example sentences using "Adore"

Q: Please show me example sentences with adore
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A: 1. Your dog is so cute, I just adore her!
2. I adore that shirt; I must have it!
3. You are a wonderful husband and I adore you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with adore.
A: My neighbor is very sweet. I just adore him.

I adore cats.

When you adore shoes as much as I do, you'll spend too much money.
Q: Please show me example sentences with What must I use after "adore" gerund or infinitive? pls show me some examples.
A: When used with a verb, it's followed by a gerund:

I adore reading at night.

Children adore hearing stories before bed.

I feel like "adore" has a far more romantic/poetic meaning than "love" so it wouldn't be used often in casual sentences. Grammatically the above sentences are fine, but "love" would be more natural
Q: Please show me example sentences with adore
adore.
A: I adore you.
I adore how you do things.
I adore the way you laugh.

Synonyms of "Adore" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I adore you. and I like you. ?
A: "like" feels more like すき です wheras "I adore you" would be more like アイシテル.

Hope this makes sense! :)
Q: What is the difference between adore and worship and revere ?
A: Adore is very loving.
“I adore you, despite your flaws.”

Worship is praising, usually used for gods or celebrities nowadays. It’s not common to say this about the average person.
“I worship god and pray to him everyday.”
“I love Beyoncé we should all worship her.”
Q: What is the difference between adore and admire ?
A: Adore means to love something a lot. For example. “I adore my mother.” Admire means respect or approval. For example. “I admire your courage”
Q: What is the difference between I adore you and I love you ?
A: Adore is much more formal and isn’t widely used, it can often be used jokingly. I adore you can also be used with friends. I love you is used more commonly and can be used between friends as well but in a slang way so friends tend to remove the “I” and just say “love you”
Q: What is the difference between adore and love and worship ?
A: Adore=to really like something. To be fascinated by something. To appreciate something.

"I adore my little niece. She's so polite and thoughtful."

Love= deeply infatuated. To like something a lot. To have deep feelings for someone.

"I love my mother with all my heart."

Worship=to praise something/someone. A religious act.

"Every Sunday many devote Christians attend church to worship God."

Translations of "Adore"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? adore
A: I think your main problem is that it seems that you are adding some kind of sound after the r. Also your o sounds more like an a.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does "adore" mean?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? adore
A: علمني
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I adore you
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I adore you?
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Other questions about "Adore"

Q: I adore the far too great lenience of children for adults' stupidity. does this sound natural?
A: It's perfectly fine, but the wording is slightly confusing. I would rewrite it:

"I adore children's far-too-great lenience for adults' stupidity."

just to keep it consistent.
Q: I adore to study does this sound natural?
A: "I love to study" would sound the most native :)
Q: he really adore his pet does this sound natural?
A: Adores (with s)
Q: I adore my work (or I adore my job). does this sound natural?
A: "I adore my job" only refers to your workplace, while "I adore my work" could also refer to the work you've done. Both of these expressions sound natural, but just to be nitpicky I'd say that "I adore my job" sounds slightly more natural, as I presume you're talking about liking your workplace. :)
Q: I also adore the sea and not able to relax properly in the summer after the academic year, if I do not not visit the sea. does this sound natural?
A: I also adore the sea and can't relax properly in the summer, after the academic year, if I don't visit it.

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