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to appreciate: to value, to esteem, to honor, to be grateful; to acknowledge, to recognize
We would appreciate it if you could reply as soon as possible. We would really value a quick response from you.
I greatly appreciate your efforts. I value the work you have done.

I would appreciate it (if you could do...): I would be very grateful (if you could do...)

(They did not) appreciate (the danger): (They did not) understand, comprehend (the danger), (they were not) aware of, conscious of (the danger)
Pronunciation examples
UK: I appreciate your advice: thank you so much.
US: I'd appreciate it if you would tidy up your bedroom, please.


  • "It's best way to appreciate city."
  • "I'm pleased you appreciate good wine"
  • "The important thing is that you appreciate this fine French delicacy."
  • "I don't appreciate these kind of calls."
  • "Glen doesn't appreciate your sophisticated American humor."
  • "Anyway, I really appreciate the opportunity to pursue this type of unorthodox training at the company's expense, and I heartily recommend to the rest of the staff to follow through and do something similar."
  • "It is appreciated."
  • "I appreciate it."
  • "Kwik-e-Market really appreciates your feedback."
  • "As I begin this new chapter in my life, substituting meaningless sexual encounters with meaningful brush strokes, I would appreciate the support of my colleagues as I reveal the fruits of my labor."

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