Definition of 'appreciate'
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Example sentences containing 'appreciate'
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Manfred Wallace didn't appreciate the comment, or the tone. AMAGANSETT (2004)And you might appreciate a place where you can be Carol Jordan for a few minutes every day. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2004)She was born to this, and the Kariens seemed to appreciate her acknowledgment of them. TREASON KEEP (2004)
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Translations for 'appreciate'
British English: appreciate /əˈpriːʃɪˌeɪt; -sɪ-/ VERB
If you appreciate something, you like it because you recognize its good qualities.
Anyone can appreciate our music.
- American English: appreciate
- Arabic: يُقَدِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: apreciar
- Chinese: 赏识
- Croatian: cijeniti
- Czech: ocenit
- Danish: værdsætte
- Dutch: waarderen
- European Spanish: apreciar
- Finnish: arvostaa
- French: apprécier
- German: schätzen Dankbarkeit
- Greek: εκτιμώ
- Italian: apprezzare
- Japanese: 高く評価する
- Korean: 진가를 인정하다
- Norwegian: sette pris på
- Polish: docenić
- European Portuguese: apreciar
- Romanian: a aprecia
- Russian: ценить
- Spanish: apreciar
- Swedish: uppskatta
- Thai: ยกย่อง
- Turkish: takdir etmek
- Ukrainian: цінувати
- Vietnamese: đánh giá cao
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