2. (degré) meraviglioso; mirabile
What an admirable party; what wonderful little games; what wonderful unanimity; what admirable happiness!
It is an admirable place for it.
Some day, when you are tired of London, come down to Treadley and expound to me your philosophy of pleasure over some admirable Burgundy I am fortunate enough to possess.
You are really an admirable tonic, much better than what Sir Andrew prescribes for me.
His serenity before trouble was also admirable. A drought suddenly strewed his plains with dead cattle, making the land seem like an abandoned battlefield.
We, although a savage people, have given the world of modern times an admirable moral grandeur. Tolstoi and Dostoievsky are world-geniuses.
Bernstein was an admirable man but he was no profound thinker and especially no theorist.
Eventually her quest ended happily, and she is now an admirable role model for young atheists everywhere.
It was an admirable document, short, courteous, and stimulating to the curiosity of the connoisseur.
That admirable old man simply held his life in bondage.
magnifique: merveilleux, beau, éblouissant, excellent, étonnant, mirifique, parfait, ravissant, remarquable, stupéfiant, surprenant, extraordinaire, fantastique, fameux