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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
esteem /is'ti:m/
  • danh từ
    • sự kính mến, sự quý trọng
      • to hold someone in high esteem: kính mến ai, quý trọng ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • kính mến, quý trọng
    • coi là, cho là
      • to esteem it as a favour: coi cái đó như là một đặc ân
Concise Dictionary
adj.
+having an illustrious reputation; respected
esteems|esteemed|esteemingɪ'stiːm
noun
+the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
+a feeling of delighted approval and liking
+an attitude of admiration or esteem
verb
+regard highly; think much of
+look on as or consider

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 respect, value, treasure, prize, cherish, hold dear, appreciate, admire, look up to, regard highly, venerate, revere, reverence, honour, defer to; like, love, adore:
The novels of Virginia Woolf were greatly esteemed by a small intellectual group.
2 consider, judge, deem, view, regard, hold, estimate, account, believe, think, rate, rank, reckon, evaluate:
The Duke was esteemed throughout Europe as 'the perfect knight'.
n.
3 estimation, (high) regard, respect, (high) opinion, favour, admiration, appreciation, approval, approbation:
He holds her talents in very high esteem. My esteem for your father's accomplishments is undiminished.


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