|Origin:||admirer, from Latin admirari, from ad- 'to' + mirari 'to wonder'|
ad‧mire S3 [transitive not in progressive]
to respect and like someone because they have done something that you think is good:
I really admire the way she brings up those kids all on her own.
to look at something and think how beautiful or impressive it is:
We stopped halfway to admire the view.
Sal stood back to admire her work.
to be attracted to someone, without letting them know
the widely admired boss of Channel 4