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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “appreciate”

appreciate

verb (VALUE)
評價
 
 
/əˈpriː.ʃi.eɪt/
[T] to recognize or understand that something is valuable, important or as described
欣賞;賞識;理解,領會;意識到
There's no point buying him expensive wines - he doesn't appreciate them.
給他買名貴的酒沒有用——他不懂品酒。
We appreciate the need for immediate action.
我們充分意識到了馬上採取行動的必要性。
[+ that] I appreciate that it's a difficult decision for you to make.
我體會到,你作出這樣的決定有多難。
[+ question word] I don't think you appreciate how much time I spent preparing this meal.
我覺得你沒有意識到我做這頓飯花了多少時間。
Understanding and comprehending
I/We appreciate... used when you are thanking someone or showing that you are grateful
我/我們對…非常感謝
We really appreciate all the help you gave us last weekend.
上週末得到你們的大力幫助,我們非常感謝。
[+ -ing verb] I appreciate your making the effort to come.
你能撥冗前來,我深表感激。
Relieved and thankful
would appreciate used when you are politely requesting something
(用於禮貌地請求某事)(如果…)將不勝感激
I would appreciate it if you could let me know (= Please let me know) in advance whether or not you will be coming.
如能提前告知能否前來,我將不勝感激。
Making appeals and requests
(Definition of appreciate verb (VALUE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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