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appraiseverb [T]

uk   us   /əˈpreɪz/
to examine someone or something in order to judge their qualities, success, or needs: 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. US (Uk value) to give a judgment about how much money something might be sold for: The ring was appraised at $40,000.
appraisee
noun [C] uk   us   /ə.preɪˈziː/
a person who is being appraised
Translations of “appraise”
in Vietnamese đánh giá…
in Spanish Valorar…
in Thai ประเมินค่า…
in Malaysian menilai…
in Chinese (Traditional) 評定, 鑒定, 估價…
in Indonesian menilai…
in Russian оценивать…
in Turkish değerlendirme, değerini ortaya koyma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 评定, 鉴定, 估价…
in Polish oceniać…
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