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Etymology: [ &-'prE-shE-"At, -'pri- ] (verb.) 1655. Late Latin appretiatus, past participle of appretiare, from Latin ad- + pretium price; more at PRICE.
1 takdir eden
2appreciate takdir etmek
3appreciate minnettar olmak
4appreciate takdir
5appreciate değerini bilmek
6appreciate kavramak  fiil
7appreciate değer vermek  fiil
8appreciate fiyatı yükseltmek
9appreciate zevk almak  fiil
10appreciate kadrini bilmek
11appreciate minnet duymak
12appreciate teşekkür borçlu olmak  fiil
13appreciate değerlenmek  fiil
14appreciate değer kazanmak
15appreciate değer biçmek  fiil
16appreciate değerini artırmak  fiil
17appreciate fiyatını yükseltmek  fiil
18appreciate değerlendirmek  fiil
19appreciate beğenmek  fiil
20appreciate anlamak  fiil
21appreciate kıymet bilmek
22appreciate fiyatı yükselmek kıymeti artmak
23appreciate (bir şeyin değeri) artmak  fiil
24appreciate takdir etmek, (bir şeyin değerini/önemini/gerekliliğini) anlamak  fiil
25appreciate kıymetini bilmek
26appreciate değerlendir
27appreciate takdir et
28appreciate kıymet vermek
29appreciate tefrik etmek
30appreciate değerlendirmek ayırt etmek
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31 Appreciative: having or showing appreciation
32 Present participle of appreciate
33 Present participle of to appreciate
34appreciate to be fully conscious of; be aware of; detect - "To test the power of bees to appreciate color."
35appreciate to increase in value - "The value of his portfolio appreciated by 80% over eight years."
36appreciate to be grateful or thankful for - "I appreciate your efforts"
37appreciate to view as valuable - "You must learn to appreciate time"
38appreciate esteem, regard highly; admire very much; be greatful; recognize with appreciation; raise the value; become more valuable; detect, detect, recognize  fiil
39appreciate If you appreciate something, for example a piece of music or good food, you like it because you recognize its good qualities. In time you'll appreciate the beauty and subtlety of this language
40appreciate If you appreciate a situation or problem, you understand it and know what it involves. She never really appreciated the depth and bitterness of the Irish conflict He appreciates that co-operation with the media is part of his professional duties
41appreciate If you appreciate something that someone has done for you or is going to do for you, you are grateful for it. Peter stood by me when I most needed it. I'll always appreciate that I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't mention it
42Appreciate to increase, as when a currency's price rises in comparison to the price of another currency
43Appreciate If you appreciate a situation or a problem, you are aware of it ("We appreciate how tough it is in this business ") OR If you appreciate e g music, you enjoy it
44Appreciate An increase in an asset's value
45Appreciate (v) - 1) to understand (sth) with sympathy; 2) to increase in value
46Appreciate An increase in an asset's value Stocks and bonds appreciate by going up in price at a securities exchange BACK TO TOP
47Appreciate increase the value of; "The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark"
48Appreciate hold dear; "I prize these old photographs"
49Appreciate Make a judgement about the value of
50Appreciate to increase in price or value
51Appreciate Increase in value
52Appreciate An increase in an asset's value Stocks and bonds appreciate by going up in price at a securities exchange
53Appreciate to grow in value Usually a term used in relation to investments: stocks, collectibles, etc , which are now worth more than you paid for them
54appreciate be fully aware of; realize fully; "Do you appreciate the full meaning of this letter?"
55appreciate ] increase the value of; "The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark"
56appreciate recognize with gratitude; be grateful for
57appreciate ] increase the value of; "The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark" gain in value; "The yen appreciated again!" be fully aware of; realize fully; "Do you appreciate the full meaning of this letter?" recognize with gratitude; be grateful for
58appreciate If something that you own appreciates over a period of time, its value increases. They don't have any confidence that houses will appreciate in value. depreciate
59appreciate To set a price or value on; to estimate justly; to value
60appreciate gain in value; "The yen appreciated again!"
61appreciate To rise in value
62appreciate [See note under Rise, v
63appreciate To be sensible of; to distinguish
64appreciate To raise the value of; to increase the market price of; opposed to depreciate
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