appreciate VERB 1) recognize the value or significance of. 2) understand (a situation) fully. 3) be grateful for. 4) rise in value or price.
DERIVATIVES appreciator noun.
ORIGIN Latin appretiare 'appraise' , from pretium 'price' .

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