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Definition of: appreciate

(ə·prēshē·āt) v. ·at·ed, ·at·ing v.t.
1. To form an estimate of, as to quality, etc.
2. To estimate correctly or adequately.
3. To consider highly; be keenly aware of or sensitive to.
4. To show gratitude for.
5. To raise or increase the price or value of,

6. To rise in value. [ <L appretiatus, pp. of appretiare appraise < ad- to + pretium price] Synonyms: esteem, estimate, prize, value. A jeweler estimates an old ring as worth so much cash; the owner may value it beyond price, as a family heirloom, or he may prize it as the gift of an esteemed friend, without appreciating its commercial value. Antonyms: depreciate, despise, flout, misjudge, scorn, undervalue.

Most often used phrases:

i d appreciate
greatly appreciate
don t appreciate
also appreciate
fully appreciate
appreciate feedback
appreciate comments
didn t appreciate
appreciate input
doesn t appreciate
sincerely appreciate
highly appreciate
appreciate knowing
people appreciate
appreciate advice

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Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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