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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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recognize with gratitude

be fully aware of

increase the value of

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Appreciating the PM measures for giving opportunities to the youth to earn their livelihood by taking advantage of the schemes, they said that this announcement is in line with the PML-N manifesto.
LIVERPOOL consultancy Appreciating People has launched a new venture to help third sector organisations.
"Appreciating Dance: A guide to the World's Liveliest Art" serves as a scholarly introductory primer to give people the information they need to know to truly appreciate this ancient form of expression.
WHILE DISCUSSING WHAT IT MEANS to be an interfaith committee, the question of "appreciating" the specific faith traditions of Wiccans, pagans and other faith groups was ultimately voted down by the Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee at its February meeting.
First, the IRS indicated that in funding these trusts, the allocation of assets to each trust should be fairly representative, so that each side gets a representative share of appreciating and non-appreciating assets.
Although co-ops kept appreciating briskly, however, sales volume was off 17% from the prior year's first quarter.
My slowly improving steps have brought me a little closer to appreciating howl can extend an accommodating hand to the people who live at my facility.
Appreciating assets: If the transferor has assets that may appreciate significantly in value, a private annuity acts as a freezing technique, allowing the appreciation to inure to the benefit of a child.