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appreciate

v. to increase in value over a period of time through the natural course of events, including inflation, greater rarity, or public acceptance. This can include real property, jewelry, rare books, art works or securities. (See: appreciation)

appreciate

(Comprehend), verb acknowledge, apprehend, be aware of, be cognizant of, be conscious of, conceive, discern, know, notice, perceive, realize, take into consideration, take notice, understand
Associated concepts: appreciate a risk, appreciate the danger

appreciate

(Increase), verb advance, become greater, become more numerous, become of greater value, enhance the degree of, gain in worth, grow in value, improve, increase the market price of, make of greater value, rise, rise in value
Associated concepts: appreciate in value

appreciate

(Value), verb adequately perceive, esteem, perceive the worth of, realize the worth of, recognize the worth of
See also: accrue, acknowledge, apprehend, comprehend, conceive, digest, discern, enhance, gauge, increase, note, notice, observe, perceive, pierce, realize, recognize, relish, understand
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Gillani also appreciated University Extension work of Team Agrihunt in UAF and he further asked Sir Dr.
Bank of Botswana said the Pula appreciated against the Rand by 0.
He appreciated the PM announcement for Youth Training Scheme for postgraduates and said that this scheme would help the literate youth to get practical training and secure job at home as well abroad.
John, who is 74 years old, has (in addition to other wealth that he uses to maintain his standard of living) three accounts: a $100,000 IRA, a $100,000 checking account, and $100,000 of ultra-long-term appreciated stock with a near-zero cost basis.
In the variation of the transaction focused on in the notice, the grantor creates a CRT and contributes appreciated assets to it.
As always, the deduction for gifts of appreciated capital-gain property that will pass to public charities is limited to 30 percent of the donor's adjusted gross income in the year of the donation, with a five-year carryover period for any excess deduction.
As president of the Pennsylvania Academy of Otolaryngology--Head & Neck Surgery and as an elected Republican committeeman, I would encourage generous support, but I have been surprised at how much even a little bit of support is recognized and appreciated.
Plainly, the strong-but-not-weighty quality of the material was recognized and appreciated even then.
I most appreciated the way in which Louisa views the world through a writer's eye, gleaning inspiration for future characters in Little Women.
As a producer of several series for HGTV, I appreciated your wit and insights.
The dispersal of Croker's voluminous papers and their very range made it difficult for biographers to present a revised portrait, and only students of Regency politics and a few scholars familiar with his writings on the French Revolution appreciated his abilities.
I appreciated the photograph of Governor General Adrienne Clarkson receiving communion from the Roman Catholic archbishop (March).