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Italian translation of “appreciate”

appreciate

verb
 
/əˈpriː·ʃi·eɪt/ (present participle appreciating, past tense and past participle appreciated)
to understand how good something or someone is
apprezzare
He wouldn’t appreciate an expensive wine.
to feel grateful for something
apprezzare
I really appreciate all your help.
to understand that a situation is difficult
capire
I appreciate that this is a difficult decision for you.
I, you, etc. would appreciate used when you are politely requesting something
sarebbe cosa gradita
I would appreciate it if you didn’t smoke in the house.
(Definition of appreciate from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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