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appreciate

verb /əˈpriːʃieit/
to be grateful for (something)
agradecer
I appreciate all your hard work.
to value (someone or something) highly
valorar
The work that housewives do is very often not appreciated.
understand; to be aware of
comprender, hacerse cargo de
I appreciate your difficulties, but I cannot help.
to increase in value
aumentar su valor
My house has appreciated (in value) considerably over the last ten years.
appreciable /-ʃəbl/ adjective noticeable; considerable There has been an appreciable increase in house prices. appreciably /-ʃəbli/ adverb
considerablemente
It has become appreciably warmer over the past few days.
appreciation noun gratefulness
agradecimiento, gratitud, reconocimiento
I wish to show my appreciation for everything which you have done.
the state of valuing or understanding something
apreciación
He has gained a deep appreciation of poetry.
the state of being aware of something
conocimiento, idea
He has no appreciation of our difficulties.
an increase in value
aumento de valor
the appreciation in house prices.
a written article etc which describes the qualities of something
crítica
Sheila is writing an appreciation of the new book.
appreciative /-ʃətiv/ adjective giving due thanks or praise; grateful
agradecido, atento
an appreciative audience.
appreciatively adverb
agradecidamente, atentamente
She smiled appreciatively when he helped her to carry the bags of groceries.
(Definition of appreciate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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