esteem

英 [ɪ'sti:m] 美 [ɪˈstim]

n. 尊敬,尊重
vt. 尊敬,尊重,认为

词形变化

时 态:es·teemed, es·teem·ing, es·teems

与 esteem 相关的例句
  • 1.

    我认为他不值得我尊敬

    I adjudge him unworthy of esteem.

  • 2.

    知识分子应受到尊重。

    Intellectuals should be esteemed.

  • 3.

    我认为那理论无用

    I esteemed the theory useless.

  • 4.

    有威望的;受尊敬的

    Having prestige;esteemed.

  • 5.

    他因有勇气而受人尊敬。

    He is esteemed for his courage.

英英解释

共3个名词解释

1.

a feeling of delighted approval and liking
[] esteem,admiration

2.

the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
[] esteem,regard,respect
[] disesteem
    []
  1. it is held in esteem
  2. a man who has earned high regard

3.

an attitude of admiration or esteem
[] esteem,regard,respect
[] disrespect
    []
  1. she lost all respect for him

共2个动词解释

1.

regard highly; think much of
[] esteem,prise,prize,respect,value
[] disesteem,disrespect
    []
  1. I respect his judgement
  2. We prize his creativity

2.

look on as or consider
[] esteem,look on,look upon,regard as,repute,take to be,think of
    []
  1. she looked on this affair as a joke
  2. He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician
  3. He is reputed to be intelligent

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