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Translation of "appraise" - English-Spanish dictionary

appraise

verb   /əˈpreɪz/
to examine someone or something in order to judge their qualities, success, or needs evaluar At the end of each teaching practice, trainee teachers are asked to appraise their own performance. In cooperation with other professionals, social workers will appraise the individual’s needs. He coolly appraised the situation, deciding which person would be most likely to succeed.1110
appraisee noun   /ə.preɪˈziː/
(Definition of appraise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

appraise

verb /əˈpreiz/
(formal) to make a careful decision about the value or importance of something, especially someone’s work Valorar He carefully appraised the painting.
appraisal noun
an official description of how successful someone or something is Valoración Every employee has to have an annual performance appraisal.
(Definition of appraise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “appraise”
in Vietnamese đánh giá…
in Malaysian menilai…
in Thai ประเมินค่า…
in Chinese (Simplified) 评定, 鉴定, 估价…
in Turkish değerlendirme, değerini ortaya koyma…
in Russian оценивать…
in Indonesian menilai…
in Chinese (Traditional) 評定, 鑒定, 估價…
in Polish oceniać…
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