adore的的用法,adore怎么读美 [əˈdɔr] 英 [əˈdɔː(r)]
to love sb. very much
But she was still trying to understand the way her husband was adored in Kenya.
He adored his wife and children and the company of his friends, especially the skilled pamphleteer, Desmoulins.
And it was clear that the Admiral was a wonderful person when the activist saw how much the Admiral adored his son.
He compared the teen star to the British pop group The Beatles, who were adored by girls all over the world back in the 60s.
Closet confession: I totally adored Blossom's skirt made of men's ties. (Still kind of do. ) Oh, you too? Well, that's why she's on here.
She had spent so much of her life feeling secondary (though to a man she adored) that she burned to undo the laws that hemmed women in.
Though he was a rigid disciplinarian with a heavy swing to his boot, all but one of his children adored him.
Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most adored members of the British royal family.
Too many people said how much they adored me, but only your words carried the weight.
He obviously adored him. And reading his anecdotes of their high jinks together, it's easy to see why.