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)
The plan is complex, however, and I would appreciate your assistance, if you are finished messing about with your pyramid. LION IN THE VALLEY (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
Definition of appreciate from the Collins English Dictionary
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