English - Vietnamese Dictionary
appreciate /ə'pri:ʃieit/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- đánh giá đúng, đánh giá cao, hiểu rõ giá trị
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) thấy rõ, nhận thức; sâu sắc
- to appreciate the value of...: đánh giá đúng giá trị của...
- to appreciate the difficulties of the situation: thấy rõ hoàn cảnh khó khăn, đánh giá chung những khó khăn của tình hình
- to appreciate the necessity: thấy rõ được sự cần thiết
- biết thưởng thức, biết đánh giá
- cảm kích
- I greatly appreciate your kindness: tôi rất cảm kích lòng tốt của anh
- nâng giá, tăng giá trị (của cái gì)
- nội động từ
- lên giá (hàng hoá...), tăng giá trị
+recognize with gratitude; be grateful for
+be fully aware of; realize fully
+gain in value
+increase the value of
Advanced English Dictionary
1 value, find worthwhile or valuable; esteem, cherish, enjoy, admire, rate or regard highly, prize, treasure, respect:
I appreciate all you have done for me. Delia's contribution is not really appreciated.
2 increase or rise or gain in value or worth:
The property in this area has been appreciating at a rate of about ten per cent a year.
3 understand, comprehend, recognize, perceive, know, be aware or cognizant or conscious of:
Do you appreciate the implications of the new tax law?
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [VN] (not used in the progressive tenses) to recognize the good qualities of sb/sth: You can't really appreciate foreign literature in translation. + His talents are not fully appreciated in that company. + Her family doesn't appreciate her.
2 (not usually used in the progressive tenses) to be grateful for sth that sb has done; to welcome sth: [VN] I'd appreciate some help. + Your support is greatly appreciated. + (spoken) Thanks for coming. I appreciate it. + I would appreciate any comments you might have. + I would appreciate it if you paid in cash. + [V -ing] I don't appreciate being treated like a second-class citizen. + [VN -ing] We would appreciate you letting us know of any problems.
3 (not used in the progressive tenses) to understand or realize that sth is true: [VN] What I failed to appreciate was the distance between the two cities. + [V wh-] I don't think you appreciate how expensive it will be. + [V that] We didn't fully appreciate that he was seriously ill.
4 [V] to increase in value over a period of time: Their investments have appreciated over the years.
1 recognize good qualities
really | fully, properly
The sound quality was poor so we couldn't fully appreciate the music.
2 be grateful
deeply, greatly, really, very much
We do really appreciate your help.
I fully appreciate your concern. We will do all in our power to help.
| easily, readily
The problems should be easily appreciated.
VERB + APPRECIATE
The government failed to appreciate the fact that voters were angry.
be generally/widely appreciated
It is generally appreciated that the rail network needs a complete overhaul.
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