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esteem
ɛ'stiːm
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An attitude of admiration or esteem.
  2. A feeling of delighted approval and liking.
  3. The condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded).
(动) As a verb
  1. Look on as or consider.
  2. Regard highly; think much of.
Hyphenationes•teem
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
尊敬zūnjìngto respect; to revere
尊重zūnzhòngto esteem; to respect; to honor; to value; eminent; serious; proper
认为rènwéito believe; to think; to consider; to feel
推尊tuīzūnto esteem; to revere; to think highly of somebody
推服tuīfúto esteem; to admire
推许tuīxǔto esteem; to commend
推重tuīzhòngto esteem; to think highly of; to accord importance to; to revere
推崇tuīchóngto esteem; to think highly of; to accord importance to; to revere
敬佩jìngpèito esteem; to admire
敬服jìngfúdeference; esteem; to admire
jīnto boast; to esteem; to sympathize
chónghigh; sublime; lofty; to esteem; to worship; (Chinese surname)
fèngto offer (tribute); to present respectfully (to superior, ancestor, deity etc); to esteem; to revere; to believe in (a religion); to wait upon; to accept orders (from superior)
shàngvariant of , still; yet; to value; to esteem
敬重jìngzhòngto respect deeply; to revere; to esteem
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