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Appreciate vs. Apreciate

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Appreciateverb

(transitive) To be grateful or thankful for.

‘I appreciate your efforts’;

Apreciateverb

misspelling of appreciate

Appreciateverb

(transitive) To view as valuable.

‘You must learn to appreciate time’;

Appreciateverb

(transitive) To be fully conscious of; understand; be aware of; detect.

‘It is essential for the reader to appreciate how important this argument is.’; ‘I appreciate that what I'm asking you to do is very difficult.’;

Appreciateverb

to increase in value.

‘The value of his portfolio appreciated by 80% over eight years.’;

Appreciateverb

To set a price or value on; to estimate justly; to value.

‘To appreciate the motives of their enemies.’;

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Appreciateverb

To raise the value of; to increase the market price of; - opposed to depreciate.

‘Lest a sudden peace should appreciate the money.’;

Appreciateverb

To be sensible of; to distinguish.

‘To test the power of bees to appreciate color.’;

Appreciateverb

To rise in value. [See note under Rise, v. i.]

Appreciateverb

recognize with gratitude; be grateful for

Appreciateverb

be fully aware of; realize fully;

‘Do you appreciate the full meaning of this letter?’;

Appreciateverb

hold dear;

‘I prize these old photographs’;

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Appreciateverb

gain in value;

‘The yen appreciated again!’;

Appreciateverb

increase the value of;

‘The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark’;

Appreciateverb

recognize the full worth of

‘she feels that he does not appreciate her’;

Appreciateverb

be grateful for (something)

‘I'd appreciate any information you could give me’;

Appreciateverb

understand (a situation) fully; grasp the full implications of

‘they failed to appreciate the pressure he was under’; ‘I appreciate that you cannot be held totally responsible’;

Appreciateverb

rise in value or price

‘the dollar appreciated against the euro by 15 per cent’;

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