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Appraise vs. Evaluate

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Appraiseverb

(transitive) To determine the value or worth of something, particularly as a person appointed for this purpose.

‘to appraise goods and chattels’;

Evaluateverb

(transitive) to draw conclusions from examining; to assess

‘It will take several years to evaluate the material gathered in the survey.’;

Appraiseverb

(transitive) To consider comprehensively.

Evaluateverb

to compute or determine the value of (an expression)

‘Evaluate this integral.’;

Appraiseverb

(transitive) To judge the performance of someone, especially a worker.

‘At the end of the contract, you will be appraised by your line manager.’;

Evaluateverb

To return or have a specific value.

Appraiseverb

(transitive) To estimate; to conjecture.

Evaluateverb

To fix the value of; to rate; to appraise.

Appraiseverb

(transitive) To praise; to commend.

Evaluateverb

place a value on; judge the worth of something;

‘I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional’;

Appraiseverb

To apprise, inform.

Evaluateverb

form an idea of the amount, number, or value of; assess

‘the study will assist in evaluating the impact of recent changes’; ‘a system for evaluating how well the firm is performing’;

Appraiseverb

To set a value; to estimate the worth of, particularly by persons appointed for the purpose; as, to appraise goods and chattels.

Evaluateverb

find a numerical expression or equivalent for (an equation, formula, or function)

‘substitute numbers in a simple formula and evaluate the answer’;

Appraiseverb

To estimate; to conjecture.

‘Enoch . . . appraised his weight.’;

Appraiseverb

To praise; to commend.

‘Appraised the Lycian custom.’;

Appraiseverb

place a value on; judge the worth of something;

‘I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional’;

Appraiseverb

consider in a comprehensive way;

‘He appraised the situation carefully before acting’;

Appraiseverb

assess the value or quality of

‘there is a need to appraise existing techniques’;

Appraiseverb

assess the performance of (an employee) formally

‘some companies are considering team appraisals instead of appraising individuals’;

Appraiseverb

(of an official valuer) set a price on; value

‘they appraised the painting at £200,000’;

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