appreciations1) N-SING: also no det, oft N of n Appreciation of something is the recognition and enjoyment of its good qualities.
...an investigation into children's understanding and appreciation of art...
Brian whistled in appreciation.2) N-SING: also no det, oft with poss, N for n Your appreciation for something that someone does for you is your gratitude for it.
He expressed his appreciation for what he called Saudi Arabia's moderate and realistic oil policies.
...the gifts presented to them in appreciation of their work.Syn:3) N-SING: also no det, with supp, oft N of n An appreciation of a situation or problem is an understanding of what it involves.
They have a stronger appreciation of the importance of economic incentives.Syn:4) N-UNCOUNT Appreciation in the value of something is an increase in its value over a period of time.
You have to take capital appreciation of the property into account.Ant:depreciation5) N-COUNT: usu N of n An appreciation of an artist or performer or of their work is a speech or piece of writing in which they are discussed and assessed.
I had written an appreciation of Hernandez for a magazine.Syn:review, critique
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appréciation — [ apresjasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1389; bas lat. appretiatio → apprécier 1 ♦ Action d apprécier, de déterminer le prix, la valeur de qqch. ⇒ estimation, évaluation. L appréciation du tableau par l expert. Par ext. Une fausse appréciation de la distance. 2… … Encyclopédie Universelle
appreciation — I (increased value) noun accrual, accruement, accumulation, added monetary worth, addition, advance in worth, gain, gain in worth, growth, growth in value, increase, increased price, increment, realization, rise, rise in value II (perception)… … Law dictionary
Appreciation — Ap*pre ci*a tion, n. [Cf. F. appr[ e]ciation.] 1. A just valuation or estimate of merit, worth, weight, etc.; recognition of excellence. [1913 Webster] 2. Accurate perception; true estimation; as, an appreciation of the difficulties before us; an … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Appreciation — is a term used in accounting relating to the increase in value of an asset. In this sense it is the reverse of depreciation, which measures the fall in value of assets over their normal life time.Appreciation is a rise of a currency in a floating … Wikipedia
appréciation — APPRÉCIATION. s. f. Estimation de la valeur d une chose. Appréciation juste, raisonnable. C est un tel qui en a fait l appréciation … Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798
appreciation — [n1] thankfulness acknowledgment, gratefulness, gratitude, indebtedness, obligation, recognition, testimonial, thanks, tribute; concepts 12,32 Ant. criticism, disparagement, disregard, neglect appreciation [n2] increase in worth enhancement, gain … New thesaurus
appreciation — Appreciation. s. f. Estimation de la valeur d une chose. Appreciation juste, raisonnable. c est un tel qui en a fait l appreciation … Dictionnaire de l'Académie française
appreciation — (n.) c.1600 (with an isolated use from c.1400), from Anglo Fr. appreciation, noun of action from O.Fr. apprécier (14c.), from L.L. appretiare estimate the quality of (see APPRECIATE (Cf. appreciate)). Generally with a sense of high estimation… … Etymology dictionary
appreciation — ► NOUN 1) recognition of the value or significance of something. 2) gratitude. 3) a favourable written assessment of a person or their work. 4) increase in monetary value … English terms dictionary
appreciation — [ə prē΄shē ā′shən] n. 1. the act or fact of appreciating; specif., a) proper estimation or enjoyment b) grateful recognition, as of a favor c) sensitive awareness or enjoyment, as of art 2. a judgment or evaluation ☆ 3. a rise in value or price:… … English World dictionary
appreciation — noun 1 understanding and enjoyment of sth ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, great, real ▪ aesthetic ▪ art, music ▪ new … Collocations dictionary