- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of appreciate.
“We should expect our new citizens to learn adequate English, which this Government appreciates is not an easy process but a vital one.”
“Jordin appreciates the outpouring of concern and well-wishes of her fans as she recuperates at home.”
“One trait that foreigners tend to exhibit that Guadarrama really appreciates is punctuality.”
“But now that I'm older, like you, my palate "appreciates" ingredients that were forbidden before and after looking at your recipe, I think I'll give it a try.”
“The reader or viewer "appreciates" the performance not as a passive spectator but by actively attending to the "shaping" that is the performance.”
“She "appreciates" the advice of her mentor, but Now the student becomes the Master!”
“In Tunis, Arafat declared that he "appreciates" Bush and Gorbachev's summit announcement.”
“Could it be he 'appreciates' the military, but would prefer that it not exist?”
“JOHN KING, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Anderson, no official reaction from the Bush administration as yet, but I just received an e-mail from a senior administration official, who calls this retreat by the Mexican government helpful, says the administration -- quote -- "appreciates" President Vicente Fox's decision to reconsider his position on this issue.”
“It’s called the Hotel Hoppa (yes, I know, it’s precious) and it will take me from Point A to Point B without forcing me to think about it too much, which my travel-addled brain appreciates.”
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