edmajer/////////I've always admired you
to find someone or something attractive and pleasant to look at]
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2. loo up to Angielski Kartkówka 1 RepetytoriumMacmillan repetytorium 2015 - 01 Człowieksłówka ogólnesłówka w szkole module 4Repetytorium macmillan str. 88 dział 05
3. look up to sb
Kate has always looked up to her mother
Kate has always looked up to her mother.
Young children often look up to their older brothers and sisters and want to be like them when they grow up.
Young children usually look up to their parents.
admirerevision of vocabulary C1Czasowniki frazesowePhrasal maturkaCzasowniki Frazowephrasale szkola
4. Look up
do you often look up words in your dictionary?
look for an address, name, word, etc. in a book, list, etc.
look for an address, name, word, etc. in a book, list, etc./I takes time to look up new vocabulary words.
look up a phone number, word
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5. look up to somebody Gimnazjum repetytorium macmillan unit 1 człowiekrep ang zainteresowania
We paused to marvel at the view. [+ that] I often marvel that humans can treat each other so badly.
an engineering marvel; the marvels of nature/technology
both admire and marvel can mean a similar thing. However, we often use marvel when we are surprised, and we use admire to show our respect for someone.
it was a marvel to behold
they have seen, or read about, some marvel of natureSłówka własneUżyteczne słówka - litera M