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ad-mīror ātus, ārī, dep.,

to regard with wonder, admire: eorum ingenia, T.: illum, V.: eum in his, N.—To regard with wonder, wonder at, be astonished: stultitiam, N.: quicquam, T.: in uno homine tantam esse dissimilitudinem, etc., N.: hoc maxime te ausum esse, etc.: de multitudine indoctā: admirantium unde hoc exstitisset: admiror, quo pacto, etc., H.: admiratus sum, quod ... scripsisses: admiratus cur, etc.—Pass: quo magis pravitas eorum admiranda est, S.—To gaze at passionately, strive after, desire: nihil: Nil admirari prope res est una, etc., to be excited by nothing, H.

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