appreciate

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  • verb

Synonyms for appreciate

be aware of

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be grateful

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  • be ungrateful for

Synonyms for appreciate

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

to regard with great pleasure or approval

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Synonyms for appreciate

recognize with gratitude

be fully aware of

increase the value of

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The basic idea of disinterestedness is that "aesthetic appreciation requires appreciators to distance themselves from the object(s) of their appreciation as well as their own interests, such as the personal, the possessive, and the economic" (Carlson & Berleant 2004: 11).
His works go beyond the national culture and conquer new music arenas, new listeners and appreciators," the press service of the State Culture Agency said.
Perhaps the participants did not understand the implications of the camera obscura as an innovative technology for 16th-century art, but again, the participants were art appreciators, not art critics.
2 and Musicology, a musical event management group, saw an audience of music appreciators and a considerable number of foreigners.
Businesspeople are also parents, opera appreciators, football fans, followers of religions and passionate about numerous causes.
Ed's sculptures are collected by museums, institutions and art appreciators throughout the world.
But what does it mean to say that readers of one form are the best appreciators of a story apparently written in some entirely other form?
I think the crowd is mixed between serious art appreciators and those just passing by.
Not only is this a display which will be fascinating for anyone interested in local history but the art appreciators amongst us will not be disappointed either.
But we can imagine that posthuman appreciators of music may find it trite and so not value it at all.
We must be careful not to confuse this world with the world of La Grande Jatte itself, and in general not to confuse the worlds of games that appreciators play with representational works with the worlds of the works.
is a threat not only to the appreciators of masterpieces, who search for an ultimate meaning through the highest achievements and insights of human culture but, far more significantly, is a threat to the creators of these achievements.
For the first event, I was happy to see the galleries full of art appreciators.
35% of locals in the East Midland enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day, making them the greatest wine appreciators in the UK.