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appreciate的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [əˈpri:ʃi:ˌeit]
KK音标发音: [əˈpriʃiˌet]

appreciate的词性:
v.(动词)

appreciatedappreciatingappreciates

appreciate的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

1. To recognize the quality, significance, or magnitude of:
重视,赏识:认识到…的质量、显著性或重要性:

用法与例句:

appreciated their freedom.
重视他们的自由

2. To be fully aware of or sensitive to; realize:
意识到,察觉:对…的充分意识或领会;察觉:

用法与例句:

I appreciate your problems.
我充分意识到了你的问题

3. To be thankful or show gratitude for:
感谢,感激:感谢或对…表示感激:

用法与例句:

I really appreciate your help.
我真的很感激你的帮助

4. To admire greatly; value.
欣赏;重视

5. To raise in value or price, especially over time.
抬高…价格:尤指经过一段时间后提高价值或价格

appreciate的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

6. To increase in value or price, especially over time.
涨价,增值:尤指经过一段时期后价值或价格上涨

appreciate的词源:

7. Late Latin appreti3re appreti3t- [to appraise] * see appraise
后期拉丁语 appreti3re appreti3t- [评价] *参见 appraise

appreciate的词性:
n.(名词)

appreciate的音标和读音:

【近义词】

appreciatevalueprizeesteemtreasurecherish

8. These verbs mean to have a favorable opinion of someone or something.
这些动词都指对某人或某事赞许的观点。

9. Appreciate applies especially when high regard is based on critical assessment, comparison, and judgment:
Appreciate 一词尤指高度看重是以批评式的评价、比较和判断为基础的:

用法与例句:

“As students so far from home, we have learned to appreciate those of life's pleasures that are not readily available in the People's Republic of China” (Sports Illustrated).
“作为远离家乡的学子,我们已懂得如何欣赏那些在中国难以获得的生活中的乐趣” (运动图解)。

10. Value implies high regard for the importance or worth of the object:
Value 意指对事物重要性和价值的高度评价:

用法与例句:

“In principle, the modern university values nothing more than the free exchange of ideas necessary for the pursuit of knowledge” (Eloise Salholz).
“原则上,现代大学并不比追求知识所必需的概念的自由交换更有价值” (埃路易斯·萨尔荷斯)。

11. Prize often suggests pride of possession:
Prize 指拥有的骄傲:

用法与例句:

“the nonchalance prized by teen-agers” (Elaine Louie).
“青少年们所引以为傲的冷酷” (依莲·路易)。

12. Esteem implies respect of a formal sort:
Esteem 指正规方式的尊重:

用法与例句:

“If he had never esteemed my opinion before, he would have thought highly of me then” (Jane Austen).
“如果他先前从未看重我的意见的话,他早就该高看我一筹了” (简·奥斯汀)。

13. Treasure and
Treasure

14. cherish stress solicitous care for what is considered precious and often suggest affectionate regard:
cherish 强调对珍贵事物的焦虑的关切并常带有挚爱之情:

用法与例句:

We treasure our freedom.
我们珍视自由。

用法与例句:

“They seek out the Salish Indian woman for the wisdom of her 86 years, and to learn the traditions she cherishes” (Tamara Jones).
“他们因其八十六年来所积累的智慧,而把这个印第安萨利希妇女找来,想了解她所珍视的传统” (塔玛拉·琼斯)