apreciar


apreciar
v.
1 to appreciate.
aprecio mucho tu ayuda I really appreciate your help
Yo aprecio tu ayuda I appreciate your help.
2 to be fond of.
3 to detect, to notice.
apreciaron una mejora significativa they detected o noticed a significant improvement
para apreciar mejor los detalles to be able to see the detail better
4 to appreciate to.
Yo aprecio escuchar las aves cantar I appreciate to hear the birds sing.
5 to perceive, to comprehend, to understand.
El apreció la gravedad del asunto He perceived the gravity of the matter.
6 to appraise.
El perito aprecia las joyas The expert appraises the jewels.
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apreciar
Conjugation model [CAMBIAR], like cambiar
verbo transitivo
1 (valorar) to appraise (en, at)
2 (sentir aprecio) to regard highly, hold in high esteem
apreciar a alguien to be fond of somebody
3 (reconocer valor) to appreciate
4 (percibir) to notice, see, perceive
no sabe apreciar la diferencia he can't tell the difference
verbo pronominal apreciarse
1 (notarse) to be noticed, be noticeable
pueden apreciarse grietas en las paredes one can see cracks in the walls
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verb
to appreciate, be fond of, value, esteem
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1. VT
1) (=tener cariño a) to be fond of, like

aprecio mucho a tu padre — I'm very fond of your father

2) (=valorar) to value

apreciar algo (en) mucho — to value sth highly

apreciar algo (en) poco — to attach little value to sth, set little value on sth

3) (=percibir) [+ comida, música] to appreciate

no sabe apreciar un buen vino — he doesn't know how to appreciate a good wine

4) (Econ) [+ moneda] to revalue
5) (=agradecer) to appreciate

aprecio mucho lo que han hecho por mí — I really appreciate what they've done for me

6) (=detectar) to notice, detect

no apreció el sarcasmo en sus palabras — he didn't notice o detect the sarcasm in her words

apreciaron una fractura en el hueso — they detected o found a bone fracture

este barómetro no aprecia cambios mínimos — this barometer doesn't detect o register very small changes

7) LAm (=realzar) to add value to, enhance, improve
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <persona> to be fond of

un amigo al que aprecio mucho — a very dear friend

2) <interés/ayuda/arte> to appreciate

sabe apreciar la buena comida — she appreciates good food

3) (percibir, observar) to see

en la foto se aprecian unas manchas oscuras — some dark areas are visible in the picture

para apreciar la magnitud de los daños — in order to appreciate the extent of the damage

2.
apreciarse v pron (frml) moneda to appreciate (frml)
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= appraise, appreciate, gain + an appreciation, have + a feeling about/for, cherish, relish, taste, prize [prise, -USA], take in, look up to, hold + Nombre + dear.
Ex. If one walks round a large general booskshop and carefully appraises the stock on display it becomes clear quite quickly that there are many types of books which seem to bear a strong similarity to each other.
Ex. Most users would appreciate disciplines placed adjacent to related disciplines.
Ex. The students have gained an appreciation of how their library skills can contribute to furthering knowledge about the culture of their country.
Ex. But if you have a certain feeling about language, then language ends up becoming very, very important.
Ex. The British Museum Reading Room is filled with cranks, hacks, poverty-stricken scholars who cherish their hobby.
Ex. They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
Ex. Professional skills are enhanced by the opportunity which IFLA provides to taste the cultures of other countries in a very accessible (dare I say privileged?) way.
Ex. She was so poor that she had nothing but one single hen, which she prized as the apple of her eye.
Ex. People like to browse the books and magazines, take in the ambiance, and be seen and perceived as a patron of the arts and literature.
Ex. No mattter how high I get, I'll still be looking up to you.
Ex. Cuts in Government agriculture spending are an attack on everything we hold dear in this country.
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* apreciar mejor = gain + an appreciation.
* apreciar muchísimo = treasure.
* capaz de apreciar = appreciative.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <persona> to be fond of

un amigo al que aprecio mucho — a very dear friend

2) <interés/ayuda/arte> to appreciate

sabe apreciar la buena comida — she appreciates good food

3) (percibir, observar) to see

en la foto se aprecian unas manchas oscuras — some dark areas are visible in the picture

para apreciar la magnitud de los daños — in order to appreciate the extent of the damage

2.
apreciarse v pron (frml) moneda to appreciate (frml)
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= appraise, appreciate, gain + an appreciation, have + a feeling about/for, cherish, relish, taste, prize [prise, -USA], take in, look up to, hold + Nombre + dear.

Ex: If one walks round a large general booskshop and carefully appraises the stock on display it becomes clear quite quickly that there are many types of books which seem to bear a strong similarity to each other.

Ex: Most users would appreciate disciplines placed adjacent to related disciplines.
Ex: The students have gained an appreciation of how their library skills can contribute to furthering knowledge about the culture of their country.
Ex: But if you have a certain feeling about language, then language ends up becoming very, very important.
Ex: The British Museum Reading Room is filled with cranks, hacks, poverty-stricken scholars who cherish their hobby.
Ex: They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
Ex: Professional skills are enhanced by the opportunity which IFLA provides to taste the cultures of other countries in a very accessible (dare I say privileged?) way.
Ex: She was so poor that she had nothing but one single hen, which she prized as the apple of her eye.
Ex: People like to browse the books and magazines, take in the ambiance, and be seen and perceived as a patron of the arts and literature.
Ex: No mattter how high I get, I'll still be looking up to you.
Ex: Cuts in Government agriculture spending are an attack on everything we hold dear in this country.
* apreciar mejor = gain + an appreciation.
* apreciar muchísimo = treasure.
* capaz de apreciar = appreciative.

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apreciar [A1 ]
vt
A ‹persona› to be fond of
un amigo al que aprecio mucho a very dear friend
B
1 ‹interés/ayuda› to appreciate
aprecio muchísimo todo lo que has hecho por mí I really appreciate everything you've done for me
2 ‹arte/música› to appreciate
sabe apreciar la buena comida she appreciates good food
un café para los que saben apreciar lo que es bueno a coffee for true connoisseurs, a coffee for people who appreciate the good things in life
C (percibir, observar) to see
en la radiografía se aprecian unas manchas oscuras some dark areas are visible o can be seen on the X-ray
fue difícil apreciar la magnitud de los daños it was difficult to appreciate the extent of the damage
este año se ha apreciado un ligero descenso en el número de accidentes there has been a slight drop in the number of accidents this year
apreciarse
v pron
(frml); «moneda» to appreciate (frml)
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apreciar (conjugate apreciar) verbo transitivo
1personato be fond of
2interés/ayuda/arteto appreciate
3 (percibir, observar) to see;
para apreciar la magnitud de los daños in order to appreciate the extent of the damage

apreciar verbo transitivo
1 to appreciate ➣ Ver nota en appreciate 2 (observar, ver) to notice, see
'apreciar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
distinguir
- gusto
English:
appreciate
- dear
- esteem
- kindly
- prize
- treasure
- appreciation
- cherish
- value
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apreciar
vt
1. [valorar] to appreciate, to value;
aprecio mucho tu ayuda I really appreciate your help;
aprecia demasiado las cosas materiales she puts too high a value on material things;
un plato muy apreciado por los turistas a dish that is very popular with tourists;
no sabe apreciar una buena obra de teatro he doesn't know how to appreciate a good play
2. [sentir afecto por]
aprecio mucho a tu hermana I think a lot of your sister, I'm very fond of your sister
3. [percibir] to detect, to notice;
han apreciado una mejora significativa they have detected o noticed a significant improvement;
acércate si quieres apreciar mejor los detalles come closer so you can see the detail better
See also the pronominal verb apreciarse
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apreciar
v/t
1 appreciate
2 (sentir afecto por) be fond of, think highly of
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apreciar vt
1) estimar: to appreciate, to value
2) evaluar: to appraise, to assess
See also the reflexive verb apreciarse
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apreciar vb
1. (valorar) to appreciate / to value
aprecio todo lo que has hecho por mí I appeciate all that you've done for me
2. (estimar) to be fond of
apreciamos a nuestros amigos we are fond of our friends
3. (percibir) to notice / to see [pt. saw; pp. seen]
a distancia no se aprecian los detalles de un cuadro you don't notice the details in a painting from a distance

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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