- vt. 尊敬,敬重 respect and admire greatly
- vt. 认为,以为 consider; regard
the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded);
"it is held in esteem"
"a man who has earned high regard"
a feeling of delighted approval and liking
an attitude of admiration or esteem;
"she lost all respect for him"
regard highly; think much of;
"I respect his judgement"
"We prize his creativity"
look on as or consider;
"she looked on this affair as a joke"
"He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician"
"He is reputed to be intelligent"
- We all have great esteem for you.
- All his students held him in high esteem.
- No one can esteem you more than I do.
- He is esteemed for his courage.
- We esteem him to be worthy of trust.
- She esteemed that she knew what life was.
- We esteem courageous people.
- No one esteems your father more than I do.
- The old teacher was much loved and esteemed.
- His drama was highly esteemed.
- The art of conversation is highly esteemed in France.
- He esteemed that he understood what I had said.
- I did not esteem him to be worthy of trust.
- I esteem her (to be) very happy.
- They esteem the proposal worthless.
- The teacher esteems it clever to write everything down in the notebook.
- We esteem Simund Freud (as) the father of psychoanalysis.
- I esteem it an honour to attend this meeting.
- We shall esteem it a favour if you will inform us soon.
- esteem for (v.+prep.)
为…而尊敬(某人) admire sb because of sth
esteem sb for sth
I esteem your uncle for his kindness, experience and honesty.
The people esteemed the president for his unselfishness.
- esteem generally 基本上尊重
- esteem highly 深深尊重
- esteem lightly 轻视
- esteem particularly 特别尊重
- esteem sincerely 真诚地尊重
All these were of precious esteem, being family reliques.出自： W. Irving
Black and mauve for evening wear was esteemed very chaste.出自： J. Galsworthy
The sort of secretary that any public man would esteem as a treasure.出自： Saki
- esteem用作及物动词,可接名词、代词作宾语,还可接以“(to be/as+) n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
- esteem, adore, honour, regard, respect
- 这几个词都有“尊敬,尊重”的意思。其区别在于:respect指对人的意见,行为,品德及才华等的尊重; esteem和regard比respect庄重,程度也更进一步,指十分尊重,并含有爱戴的意思; honour指公开表示尊重; adore在口语中还有非常喜欢的意思,作“敬爱,崇拜,爱慕”解。例如:
- He was such a selfless man; everybody respected him. 他是这样一个大公无私的人,人人都尊敬他。
- The old teacher was much loved and esteemed.这位老教师很受大家的爱戴。
- I have always regarded him highly.我一直很尊重他。
- He adores a famous scientist.他崇拜一位著名的科学家。
- Flowers are placed before his grave to honour his memory.人们在他墓前放上鲜花以表示对他的敬意。
- esteem, value
- value多指由于认为事物极好、极为重要而重视; esteem则指某人因道德高尚而受到尊重或由于某卓越的成就而获得重视,且不仅尊重还有热爱的意味。例如:
- He is held in high esteem by his colleagues.他受到同行的尊重。
- regard 尊敬
- appreciate 欣赏
- value 价值
- prize 奖品
- respect 尊敬
- cherish 珍爱
- honor 荣誉
- reverence 敬畏
- admiration 钦佩
- honour 荣誉
- admire 钦佩
- approval 同意
- treasure 财富
- think 认为
- appreciation 欣赏
- consider 考虑
- hold dear 看重
- judge 法官
- venerate 尊敬
- approve 批准
- importance 重要
- consideration 考虑
- revere （R~）里维尔（美国马萨...
- consequence 结果
- friendship 友谊
- recognition 承认
- worship 崇拜
- homage 敬意
- consecrate 供神用
- favor 偏爱
- glory 光荣
- sympathize 同情
- rate highly 评价很高
- hallow 使 ... 神圣
- highly 高度地
- rate 比率
- take to be 把 ... 看作是 .....
- regard as 把 ... 看作
- repute 名声
- prise 强行使分开
- think of 想到
- look on 观看
- look upon 看待
- disesteem 侮辱